I generally don’t click pictures of People and for this I hear a lot from my Friends as well as Family Members,Whenever someone ask me to click their Pictures I silently hand over the Camera to someone else.. 😉
But there are certain situations when I like to Click People and the situations I am talking about is while Traveling–Many Times when we Travel,we find many People who help us to make our Travel fun-filled,confused of whom I am referring to–Well they might ranging from Our Travel Guide,to Our Cab Driver,to Eateries Holder to many more.. 😀
So,Here are some Captures of those People Who made my Travel Fun..A Great ‘Thank You‘ to them…And I literally said Thank You to each of them for Posing and for the Fun… 😀
The Ice-Cream Guy–Met him when I was in Lalbagh,Actually my friend had Ice-Creams from him..This Guys I feel is of my age,maybe smaller,So When I ask him to Pose,a shy smile came to his Lips and I knew he was happy.. 😀
The Ice-Cream Guy
I met them When I was in Mysore,These Guys take you for a I guess 5-6 minutes Horse-Ride,Unfortunately I was not able to Ride a Horse as of Time Constraint but ask them to Pose with their Horses.. 😀
The Horse Ride Man
Now I met this Guy When I was at the Bull Temple in Bangalore,He was playing the trumpet and it so added to the Religious Atmosphere. 😀
The Trumpet Man
Well You cannot miss to Thank them whatsoever,These are the Guys that take you for the Coracle Ride in Hogenakkal Water Falls on Cauvery River.. 😀
The Coracle Man
And Special Thank You to This Guy Below–He was our Coracle Driver for 2 hours we spend on Cauvery River,I asked him many a times for a Pose but he was busy with his Job,So I had to take his snaps from behind.. 😉
Our Coracle Driver
So Now since I own a Camera,I make it sure to get the Snap of the Person that make my Travel Fun.. 😀 and I guess everyone should.. 😀 😀
Mysore know as the Sandalwood City is located at a distance of around 145 km from Bangalore and is a great place to spend your weekend at-least that’s what I did.A City full of Historical Places,Colorful Festival like Dussehra and is also famous for Mysore Silk.
The third largest city of Karnataka and its main industry is tourism.
Here are the some of the Famous Places in Mysore that I captured and they are worth a visit.. 🙂
*Please click on the image for better view
Mysore Palace:-The Official Residence of the Royals of The Mysore Wodeyars.Mysore palace is now one of the most famous tourist attractions in India after Taj Mahal.The architecture of the place is a delight to watch and it look best on Sunday and Public Holidays when the Palace is illuminated with around 96,000 lights.Photography is not allowed inside the Palace(But some people still don’t get that and click pictures using Mobile Phones,as Cameras are not allowed inside and I guess that is not right).
St. Philomena’s Church:-A Gothic style church built in 1956 and is one of the largest church in India and is around 175 ft tall.The illuminated church in the evening is a wonderful site not to be missed.It is no longer just a religious place but has become a major tourist attraction in Mysore. Even here also Photography is not allowed inside the Church but again some people just can’t go by the rules….
Brindavan Garden:-My Personal Favorite,lies adjoining the Krishnarajasagara dam which is built across the river Kaveri. Located at a distance of around 25kms from Mysore city,The garden is enriched with innumerable fountains decorated with colored lighting. The illuminated running waters and fountains with changing colors of lights is an event that the tourists can look forward to in the evenings.
I have only mentioned the famous Places in Mysore but there is lot more to see and enjoy in Mysore,So for spending quality time in your weekends head towards Mysore and moreover Ooty is just 2 hours drive from Mysore… :