Sunday, July the 16th, 2006

Like I was trying to say, once you begin to explore, you’ll realise that there is a lot to see around here. These next few pictures are from the area abutting Pearl street, which is cordoned off to prevent automobiles from using it.

Dancing in the rain

Any place that allows kiddies to run around fearlessly and do their own thing is awesome. There also exist numerous interesting (to say the least) stores and stalls.

Hats on street

I mean, really quirky. And, in case you were wondering (from the first half of this post) whether metallic, “industrial” sorts of themes and textures were the only things I cared about, you would be wrong.

Hello kitty cloth

I quite enjoy the cuddly-wuddly kinds too.

With my talks done, I decided to trek up the mountains for a bit with a bunch of smart people. It was quite a drive to get there, but the drive and the view was gorgeous.

Rocky mountains

During this trek, we also came across some tranquil lakes.

Trees beside lake

And some more wonderful textures.

Dying textured tree

There was some creepy wildlife as well.

Freaky wildlife

Creepy as hell.

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3 Responses to “Mountainous college towns – II/II”

  1. hansel's nemesis says:

    oh wow….fantastic texture…and perfect composition…and light.

    and creepy? i think it looks (deliciously) edible… i being me ofcourse ;)

  2. Pramila says:

    amazing snaps..

  3. pundit says:

    Thanks you two!

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