What is so special about this scenery that I want my audience to see?


These two pics are actually parts of the same Scenery. I just had a digi-cam at my disposal & this shot was too wide for the lens. I didn’t wanted a panorama pic either. So I decided to break it into two. Now how to break it. For this I asked a question to myself:

What is so special about this scenery that I want my audience to see?

So I neatly divided the pic into:

The beautiful bushes (frankly, I don’t know what they were) hanging over the water from high up.

The text-book pic involving an old bridge curving across the river.

Here it was, a beautiful pic to which I even got a compliment: “I will definitely paint these pictures.” That was a moment when I really valued my talent for photography!

Venue: Palace Of The Lost City, Suncity, South Africa

Twitter v/s Facebook, Ending it Once for All!


Ever since twitter came to existence there have been thousands of comments on which one is better. While millions sided with facebook because it was easy-to-understand & use, many sided with twitter saying it as more useful. I have been among the lot of people who have made an account on twitter but didn’t used it because a page filled with just texts was repelling! Twitter has been seen as the formal one.

I visited many websites to get the answer. But the right source was the people who made it. Continue reading “Twitter v/s Facebook, Ending it Once for All!”

Innovative Ways to publicize on #Twitter

Twitter is the best to publicize to the people unknown.

Twitter Blog

  1. To every tweet, add a trademark hashtag to it. For example, all of my tweets regarding my blog have the hashtag: #abhishek1point0. This is very useful, because whenever people find your tweet about any of your blogpost,firm etc., they are just a click away from the rest of the tweets because all they have to do is click on your “trademark” hashtag (in this case #abhishek1point0), & all the tweets are in front of them. Suppose you are organizing an event, then all the tweets could have  a common hastag #EventName & then all people had to do is click on it & all the tweets are their on one page. Continue reading “Innovative Ways to publicize on #Twitter”

I wish I had a DSLR for this Pic

I was in the biggest mall of the world – The Dubai Mall, when I took this pic. It was some 5 years ago, when the days-passed since I first held a Digicam could be counted on your hand. Continue reading “I wish I had a DSLR for this Pic”

Why is this Pic “Blurry”?

At once, you might say to me to thank the monkey to give such a beautiful pose, but it’s not as innocent as it looks. There’s a crazy story behind it.

Click to download the original High Resolution Pic. Continue reading “Why is this Pic “Blurry”?”

Windows8 might just kill Microsoft

Why windows 8 might begin something & just end itself? Microsoft telling to use PCs not in the Windows way!

image313I know the title sounds contradictory to my last blog post on Windows 8 (Windows 8: The Unseen Revolution). It’s not because Windows 8 is bad, but it’s because of something else, read on!

What you really get when you buy windows 8 is “the smartfone experience too” on a bigger screen. Basically, Microsoft has taken their Mobile OS, their apps, their signature theme (the tiles), their entire interface & merged with their Desktop OS “Windows 7”. Let me explain this step by step.

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It’s About the Angle at which you Aim at!

Sometimes it’s not about the aim but the “angle” at which you aim.

DSC00883~2Now what’s the great thing about this photo is that it’s not about the location, you can find it everywhere there’s a plant. What’s great is that how the flowers are seen at a correct angle to make a beautiful pic out of it. I wonder how beautiful things can be, when seen at a different angle.

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