Look at all the vegetation on the building—I suppose they will be eventually removed, but well, there they are! From my photo archives a couple of months old.
As per Wiki, this building opened in 1890. Currently houses the South Indian Athletic Association Club.
A male and female koel have a literal face-off here—I mean, they have got on the same rod, but seem unable to see ey-to-eye! Why? I wonder… and did they make up their differences? Well, I didn’t get to see how it all ended!
Here are three walkers—birds I caught on camera at various times and locations. Simply loved their grace
- Little Egret, North Chennai Backwaters.
2. White-browed Wagtail, from a village (country side) in South Chennai.
Well, there is some cattle dung in the foreground. I didn’t want to edit it out, because I feel it lends a touch of reality to the bird’s habitat.
3. A pigeon along a parapet, Chennai cityscape.
Here is an afternoon scene from Beach Road, Chennai, India. A man rides by on a white horse, while a bunch of lads watch.
Usually, it is Prince Charming who comes astride white horses. Well, quite possibly, this person is someone’s Prince Charming and is trotting up to meet her!