On top of a small hill in Gingee were a few monkeys. We thought they never meant any harm and got ourselves something to eat. That's when we realized we had infiltrated the Monkey Kingom. We were approached by the creatures from all sides and ransacked of all our food.
With the sun setting down, we were at the view point spending time talking about the entire universe. The view of the foothills with the sun setting behind the mountains that made the horizon was such a catch that never let us move.
It was mid summer, but then there was a surprise rain. Cloudy and grey outside. We stepped out of Moonrakers after some black coffee and omlettes. The lighting was just perfect. Dusk closing in, but enough darkness to make the lights beautiful. It was drizzling very little and I wasn't able to look up fearing the droplets on my lens. I took shelter under a small shop and got this beatiful picture.
At the usual deserted Beach X. It was on a mid summer afternoon, surprisingly cloudy. We had a few people around, which was disappointing. The climate though compensated it. I took a stroll around the houses, I was used to this place by now.
We were on the ECR on a usual Sunday evening, and this time I chose to ride pillion. I was learning to use the Aperture variation tricks, but unfortunately couldn't succeed. I managed to click a few picks of the hard to get cars. Here is one.
This is the not so famous KRP Dam in Krishnagiri. But ever since I visited that place and came back and made this HDR, my friends have been asking about it. It is however a nice place to relax and spend a few hours undisturbed by too much human infestation.
My brother had come from Pune. We took the car and drove from the city without much of a plan. Not far away from Chennai is a historical place called Gingee which is famous for forts. The tower seen in the picture is right at the entrance of the big fort.