Uncommon shots #notonTripoto

17th Dec 2018
Photo of Uncommon shots #notonTripoto by Gautam Singh

Some of the shots shown in the post are clicked in potrait mode which preview doesn't show properly. Do check the photos by clicking on them for better understanding.

We were riding along the ghat section near Yercaud and then this view caught our eyes. It was a view point but instead of finding the usual view (grassland, clouds, etc.) we found mesmerizing city vibes. The image below is a mere a glimpse of what we were seeing.

Photo of Yercaud, Tamil Nadu, India by Gautam Singh

Anndddd... you might think that it was just a simple photo. No no no, in this contest.. usual things are not eligible. Actually image above is produced by joining 4 shots I clicked from the view point (see below).

Photo of Uncommon shots #notonTripoto by Gautam Singh

Next one is from an old Instagram feature (one of the feature I loved to use). I am pretty sure this is not something you might find among the stories here but I used it to assess which parts of India I covered. Similar feature is available here (on Tripoto, Yay!) but within a story (Hmm..!).

Photo of Uncommon shots #notonTripoto by Gautam Singh

Moving on... The following picture is a glimpse of how much we (Indian) enjoy our festivals specially when it comes to Ganapati festival and South India (Ganesh Chaturthi, IAST: Gaṇēśa Chaturthī). I was a bit late in capturing the photo because it looks like there were few more forms of Lord Ganesha.

Photo of Jakkasandra, HSR Layout 5th Sector, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India by Gautam Singh

Here is something where I have spent a lot of my childhood. The train of cloud (coined by me) was so unnatural and beautiful that it deserves to be here. I was casually roaming on the terrace of my house when my eyes (and camera) were forced to capture it.

Howrah Bridge (aka Rabindra Setu)

Photo of Howrah, West Bengal, India by Gautam Singh

Me and "one of my best friend + non-official elder brother were roaming around in Gachibowli area when we came across a government nursery. Guess what we found (being terrible at flower identification, I hope I was right about at least this):

A dandelion flower!

Photo of Gachibowli, Hyderabad, Telangana, India by Gautam Singh

This one is from one of my trip with friends. The moment was so perfect that I never needed any expensive camera/photo editing tool. The following picture was captured using my Lava Iris x8 phone. When in Wayanad, do trek down to this waterfall and enjoy it's enclosed beauty.

Soochipara falls - Wayanad, India

Photo of Soochipara Waterfalls, Wayanad, Kerala, India by Gautam Singh

When we were preparing ourselves for Chembra Peak trek in Wayanad, I was hungry for a nice shot. I took out my secret santa gift and this is what I captured by placing them on the window of my hotel room. Again, no expensive camera - just the angle and my Lava Iris X8 in HDR mode.

Hotwheels car in a whole different look.

Photo of Wayanad, Kerala, India by Gautam Singh

Going back to clouds.. this is what I saw from window of my rented flat on a fine lazy Sunday afternoon. In case it's getting hard to understand about why why it's unique, check the photo's caption.

There is a cloud, behind the cloud that you see in the photo. Shadow of that cloud is visible as black shades around the front cloud.

Photo of Bengaluru, Karnataka, India by Gautam Singh

This one is something which I am not sure about it's uniqueness now but when I saw it for the first time, I was awestruck by the concept. These structures were being used by the engineers who were working on nearby building's construction.

House created out of containers.

Photo of Bengaluru, Karnataka, India by Gautam Singh

After night out with my friends we came out of our "nests" and this is what I found. Looks like moon was also enjoying his "night out" and thus late!

Photo of Uncommon shots #notonTripoto by Gautam Singh

If you think about most beautiful things in the sky, you will never forget to include rising Sun and rainbows. Now imagine, if you see both of it in a single frame in not-so expected place! :)

Lalbagh - morning walk view

Photo of Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Mavalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India by Gautam Singh

How big lego character you can imagine? How about 7 Ft. tall lego built in a Landmark showroom!

Say Hi! to a beautiful pseudo-pixelated lego action figure.

Photo of Landmark Forum Mall, Hosur Road, Chikku Lakshmaiah Layout, Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India by Gautam Singh

It was a hectic day at work and by the time we were wrapping planned tasks, it was already early morning. From 9th floor of my office, this is what I was greeted with.

Photo of Electronic City, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India by Gautam Singh

Resonating the flow of the view, this is what I captured from the streets of Coimbatore during the time, Kerala was flooded in 2018.

Rays of sun through UFO-like clouds.

Photo of Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India by Gautam Singh

You would have heard about dirty beach, white/black sand beach, hidden beach, etc. but this beach in Kanyakumari (Tamil Nadu, India) is made of sea shells. When in Kanyakumari, visit sunset point and walk along the corners for an amazing experience for your foot.

The twin beach is least polluted when it comes to human pollution.

Photo of The Hidden Twin beach, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu by Gautam Singh

Ah! I think you'll be tired of going through so many things at a time. Follow my instagram profile for regular updates about such shots. All of them here is picked from my Instagram profile.

Also, the cover image (first one) is the sunrise view from Kanyakumari from the tip of the pier near sunrise point

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