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Photo A Day Experiment (PADE) Day24 - Rain

Till a few hours ago, PADE was Picture A Day Experiment, and then it got rain-washed to make me realize that it has always been Photo A Day Experiment.

Anyways, Rain has always been my favorite season (of course after Winters), and living in Maharashtra it means a lot! Not just for the drought affected areas like Ahmednagar, but also as it paints just every region Green as soon as it reaches the state.

So, for the today's theme I would be posting three different pics..

This first pic was shot while descending from Naneghat by my Olympus mju waterproof camera. Our recent trek was the Best trek ever with waterfalls following the course made for general people :) You should see the rain drops in pic...

Trekking down Naneghat
On our recent  Lonavala-Karla trip, I found this drenched bottle-brush flower. It's a favorite flower and luckily with the P&S Olympus mju camera, I could capture the droplets! Mission accomplished :) 

Bottlebrush and the droplets
 And, this third pic was shot years back while we were driving to Lonavala for a tea and stuff. This is one most known type of rain photography, isn't it?
Drops on the other side of Window
These drops on the other side of Window are just good for Photography, real drops are to be felt :)


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  1. Punit second shot is breathtakingly pretty and I loved the write up also. Yes rain is to be felt, no words, no photographs can describe it and welcome to Photo a day experiment!! ROFL

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  2. Thanks for the Warm welcome :D Lol!
    I am in love with colors and in fact drier colors like Brown and Grey too interest me :) You know what, it's been raining for last 7days here - I am still not annoyed though facing problems every day :D

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  3. Wow Punit these shots are so awesome..Rainy Shots I must say.. Lovely.. :-)

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  4. Thanks @harsha bhuyan :) obliged that you liked those :D

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  5. Super Punit ..super duper clicks !! :) the flower is beyond excellence

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  6. aliasgarmukhtiar mukhtiar24 July 2013 at 17:40

    Amazing clicks

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  7. Thanks @aliasgarmukhtiar mukhtiar and @My Say! India. :) You guys rock :D

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  8. swaroop guggilam24 July 2013 at 21:37

    Really awesome pics man!. You really have an awesome camera and on that awesome click too :)

    And congrats too for bragging most Shutterbug of the day! :)

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  9. Thanks for stopping by and appreciating @swaroop guggilam :) And, obliged that you liked the pics...
    Well, it's not about the Camera, the first two pics in this post ain't clicked using that awesome DSLR camera :)

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  10. Shashiprakash saini24 July 2013 at 22:33

    बहोत बढ़िया गुरु
    एक दम सही फोटो खिचे हो

    फुल की तस्वीर तो एक दम ही शानदार आई हैं

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  11. बस आपका आशीर्वाद है मालिक :)

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  12. Great shots... Had a similar shot like the third one... http://www.ajeethboaz.com/2012/07/04/dew-drops/

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