Saturday, November 9, 2013

Photographs

This afternoon, I just broke into a restricted VIP area in Thimphu. The reason was simple – to take pictures inside that area. Coz I couldn’t stop myself from taking the pictures of those beautiful roads, apple orchards and maples in it.

So I jumped over the gate, run-rounded and took countless shots. Eh, I was scared of dogs, so I remained all vigilant. If dogs come, I would climb on this tree, I prepared myself, looking at a low tree.

But it was the policeman, oh god. He summoned me and interrogated why I got in the area. I gave him my statement and showed him the pictures I took in my camera.

“From next time, lopoen, don’t enter this area. It is restricted place,” the policeman cautioned me. I came out of there, saying, “Laso la, laso la.”

However, I was lucky that he didn’t ask me to delete the pictures. So here I offer you the pictures. 

23 comments:

  1. I could well feel your passion for photography. I am too getting inspired for photography. I loved all of your shots. Marvelous shot indeed. Thank you for sharing with us. Keeping updating more of your photos.

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    1. Yes, Monu, photography can really go along with blogging. And gud to know that you are also taking interest in shooting. Gud luck.

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    1. Thank you Rima. Have a great weekend.

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  3. Thank you for the beautiful photos. Really captured the moment.

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    1. For me, they are really beautiful. Thank you.

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  4. wow!!! indeed some great shots you captured there sir...

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  5. wow...wonderful shots sir. i too would also have loved to have shots along with you and even to run from dogs and climb the tree..:) hehe

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    1. Sure we can go around and shoot together. Photography is also about daring n risk-taking.

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  6. Wow...indeed a feast for my eyes. Thanks for sharing sir..:D

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    1. My pleasure to share of I take any beautiful shots. Thank you!

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  7. Great shots, worth all the risk you took :). Are those maple trees in the second last shots? They are very common here in Northeastern United States, but I didn't we had maple trees in Bhutan. By the way fall is almost over here with all the tree's almost bare.

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  8. Yes, maples are grown here in Thimphu, but not so common. To get its images you need to break into restricted areas.

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  9. Sir, You tempted me to take more risk and get more of those pieces you left unattended. hehe. Worth risking.

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    1. Much appreciated for the comment. Keep dropping by my blog la.

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  10. There's nothing as sweet as stolen kiss...eh! i mean stolen shots. Beautiful shots Riku and you are great!

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    1. Thank you Kinzang Sir. You also keep shooting and blogging.

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