It’s true – once you get behind it’s really hard to get back on track. This goes for personal life as well as blog posts. 🙂 Well I wanted to get out of the procrastination hole and get everything updated today.
I will be posting another baptism session fairly soon and hopefully will have my own little one’s in the near future. I was very excited to shoot this occasion for Ethan’s parents, and it’s always encouraging to hear back that they enjoyed the pics. Well Vibin & Princy if you are reading this I thank you for giving me the opportunity to share this precious moment with you, your family, and of course the star himself little Ethan! 🙂
Last month Suma and I took a trip to India and we also stopped over in Dubai for a few days. It was a lot of fun meeting family, friends and seeing new places. I decided to have multiple posts to break up the three week trip so that its easier to follow along. The first post will cover our short trip to Munnar in the state of Kerala, India. For those interested in reading more about Munnar, please follow up on this wikipedia post. To summarize, Munnar is a hilly region occupied with tea estates. The place is very scenic and cool in climate. Compared to to the hot and warm weather where I lived in Kerala this place was a joy to stay.
Some of the pics as we make our way to Munnar.
We also stopped over in Thekkady to see the Periyar lake but unfortunately we didn’t spot any elephants by the lake. The lake was formed from the construction of the Mullaperiyar Dam. However we did spot some deer, wild boar, foxes and bulls.
These trees were gone when the dam was constructed. All that remains are the tall branches that extends from the roots to provide a home to these birds.