November 14, 2009

Hi Pinochy Followers..

I am moving to a new blog All future posts will be in this new blog.




October 17, 2009

Bokeh – The etymology of this word is supposed to be from Japanese – meaning Blur. I recently joined photography forum who have weekly challenges/assignments ( This week’s assignment was Bokeh. I had tried a few snaps and finally settled down on the following as the final submission



Glimpses of San Francisco

June 8, 2008

San Francisco capture in pictures. San francisco, California is considered a photographers paradise by many who live in the San Francisco Bay area. Being a resident of this area, I have done my part of trying to capture this beautiful city with my camera. Even though I cannot do enough justice of portraying its beauty, I have tried to present some of the sights in San Francisco. Wherever possible, I have tried to add some blurb about these different places in San Francisco with help from

golden gate bridge


The Golden Gate Bridge is a suspension bridge spanning the “golden gate”, the opening of the San Francisco Bay onto the Pacific Ocean







golden gate from china beach



View of Golden Gate Bridge from China Beach at dusk



China Town Entrance


San Francisco China Town Entrance 





Alamo Square \


 Alamo Square “Six Sisters” (or) “postcard row” (or) “Painted Ladies”. Present at the intersection of Hayes and Steiner Streets.




Alcatraz Island – also called as “The Rock”,  this is a small island located in the middle of San Francisco Bay. It served as a lighthouse, then a military fortification, then a military prison followed by a federal prison until 1963.  


Transamerica Pyramid, the tallest building in San Francisco and the financial district of San francisco as seen from Coit Tower







Lombard Street – Considered as the crookedest street in the world, this street is full of hair pin bends lined by houses and filled with a nice garden along the way. This view of lombard street has been taken from Coit Tower







California Sea Lions taking a nap in Pier 39, San Francisco







Bay Bridge as seen from Treasure Island at sunset




San Francisco Downtown from Treasure Island




Coit Tower – This was built on top of telegraphy hill area of San Francisco in 1933 at the bequest of Lillie Hitchcock Coit to beautify the City of San Francisco 






 City of San Francisco behind golden gate bridge

Peeping Tom

April 26, 2008

Peeping Tom!

A pair of moaning doves made our backyard their home. They build their nest over the lamp and carefully tended their egg and here is their prize. Look at the peeping Tom peeping out of its nest while the mom watches over.



April 1, 2008


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