Tuesday, July 29, 2008

A windy evening

A windy evening

A windy evening

7 comments:

gaizabonts said...

indeed! look at the leaves! :)

Darshan Chande said...

The colors and shades are beautiful. Trees look like a couple enjoying rain. So romantic ;-)

Arnold said...

... or "Trees Doing the Disco!" Either way, nice.

Gauri Gharpure said...

Atul, Darshan-- thanks... :)

Arnold-- Welcome to the blog.. Interesting take-- doing disco?? looked so when I saw again after reading the comment.. :)

Endevourme said...

taare zamin par haa?
nice work :D

Jyoti said...

Hi Gauri, glad to be on your blog - I think my google search on keywords 'life in gurgaon' got me to it and haven't quite understood why - are you in Gurgaon?

Have read some of your posts - like the way you reminisce in words...I don't do it that well. Liked the post on Naggar - I covered the place recently and wrote a bit about it on http://jdesignlab.com/travel/recent-travels-manali-naggar-and-goa.html and found it interesting that your photos of it on flickr should have the Roerich ampitheatre clay murals as my husband Kishore's clicks on http://kishorebhargava.com/v/travel/manali062008?g2_page=18 do.

Quite liked your trees painting for its impressionistic and simple depiction. What sized is this painting? If I can afford it, I'd like to own it.

Am amazed that you should pressure-cook pasta. Never heard of it before. Would be easy to overcook it but the penne in your photo looks fine - you've perfected the art of pressure-cooking!

Will keep in touch with your musings :)

Gauri Gharpure said...

Prasad-- Thanks! :)

Jyoti-- Welcome! You flatter me with the detailed comment you have made...

1)Google must have directed you to my blog for I wrote an article about Gurgaon shootouts, the one in which school student killed another..
2)I visited both the links you have given and enjoyed the posts and photos a lot.
3)the painting is a paintbrush one I did on comp!! :)
4) Pasta does get cooked pretty well in cooker. I myself tried it after reading it somewhere, perhaps on a food blog! But you can't afford to wait till the steam is let off on its own sweet pace. I tamper with the whistle with a spoon and blow the steam off and stuff, which is incidentally a strict no-no in my grandma's kitchen :)
5) Do keep in touch, YEs!