Thinly sliced melon pieces that I enjoyed for breakfast today 🙂
This post consist of a few of my favorite snaps that I had taken with my iPhone. If any of you follow me on Instagram you might have already seen these pics.
I was going through my old photograph folder form 2012 and I came across these beautiful photos from Colorado. I had picked them and saved them for writing a travel blog long back but I never had the time for that last year. I do not have the time for that even now so I thought I will just post them as photographs and may be write the blog later if I ever have time (rather if I ever overcome my writers block).
Colorado is the most beautiful of all the places I have been to so far… The Rocky mountains are serene, calm, magnificent and so peaceful… It’s heaven for nature lovers like me… I’ve decide if I ever want to settle down after my retirement it will be near the Estes National Park 🙂 Now I will stop rambling and leave you all with the pics…
View from Pikes Peak:
On the way to the Estes National Park:
A silvery road:
Nature at its best:
Cloud on the road:
Moments when you feel if your friend takes a wrong turn you are all going to die! Specially if you are sitting on the front seat beside the driver 🙂
Snake roads?!! 😀
We were very lucky to have experienced this beautiful rainbow @ the top of the Rockies:
Play of the shadows and the light:
See those little people on the top? 🙂
Hope you liked the snaps and if you haven’t been to the Rockies yet, you should definitely go there!
So in this blog I will be showing you a few snaps of my recent trip to Chicago. Big cities always fill me with a sense of awe. It happened when I visited Seattle last year, and again when I visited Chicago last week. Well, I’m from a big city myself, Kolkata is the 15th largest city in the world w.r.t. its population! But yeah we have less of these towering high-rises, the concrete-steel jungle! So here are the snaps 🙂
And finally I part with a fun snap! At the awesome Field Museum, Chicago I learnt that my forearm is bigger in size than that of a T-rex!! Yay!! 😀