The mobile phone camera is proving to be the best way to capture those fleeting moments of your life and store them away for posterity. This post is dedicated to bits from my life as seen through my iPhone’s eyes – and you probably need to just glance through them to realize how lip-smacking delicious a life I lead!! 🙂
My happy 30th! Celebrations courtesy my amazing sweetie-pie of a husband 😉
The photo calendar (done at Printo,Blore) I gifted my parents this year - memories from the best years of our lives. The cover features the two wonderful human beings that made me.
The tastiest things in the world are stuff our mother makes, right? This particular item is a mallu dish called 'sughiyan'.
Philadelphia Cream Cheese Cake, and Baklava @ Sunnys, Bangalore. Absolute nirvana.
IIMB in the afternoons; Something about this place makes me all sentimental.
The verdant glory that is Kerala. Captured on a train journey. Prakruthi ramaneeyam aaya Keralam.
Some of the prettiest ladies appear in my friends notebook, all of which she sketches within 10 min, while in class!! :O
Recognize this place? *Jahanpanah, tussi great ho, tohfa kabool karo* :D. Took it at 8 p.m. whilst running back home after a study session
The outcome of the study session mentioned above - My brilliant (*smug* ;)) theories of innovation sketched out. I love white boards.
Apple Crumble and Vanilla Icecream at Toscanos. Nothing short of sensory paradise. *Floats in mid-air*
The splendour of autumn. A loner that captured my eye and my heart.
Iced Tea. Dont you just love the colors on this one?
A wonderful cosy corner at The Only Place, Bangalore
Warm, fluffy pancakes from yours truly. Yeah, I know you are dying to have a bite 😉
The elixir of my life - tea. And this is the way I like it done - rich, hot and magnificently comforting
Haven’t you heard the saying “A picture is worth a thousand words”? For me, the above are probably worth a thousand lives on this earth! And so, I raise a toast to unbridled life, beautiful people and finding happiness in the smallest of things :).