People, Places, Politics and Photography

June 17, 2005

The Owl

Filed under: People — Singari Vijay @ 10:52 pm

Recently I was at the Mill Creek park again. Park rangers were showing these great owls there and I was able to take a couple of pictures.

The Owl

The Owl Show

June 10, 2005

Mill Creek Park

Filed under: Photography — Singari Vijay @ 10:11 pm

We moved to Boardman, Ohio a couple of years ago on my new job. When we moved here we didn’t know much about this place, we were living in Pittsburgh, PA at that time. In Boardman, we rented a condominium, which was very close to my work. The new place was great for us. It was a two bedrooms and two-storied house with a basement. The best thing was, it was very close to work: just about a mile!

To make the things better, a friend at work told me about Mill Creek MetroParks. He had told me lot of good things about the park, but I did not pay much attention at that time. After a month or so, on a Sunday, my wife and I went to the park. What a pleasant surprise we had! My friend was absolutely right. That was really a beautiful place. The park had everything there: creeks, rivers, flowers, birds, fish and more.

Since my first visit to the park, I have been taking pictures of the things I liked there. I would like to show you some of those pictures now.


Fall in Mill Creek Park

Fall in Mill Creek Park... Another Photo


Lanterman's Mill

Mill Creek

Coverd Bridge

A Creek


Spring Flowers

A Spring Flower


Water Lily

A Rose

Pioneer Pavilion

View From Fellows River side Garden

June 5, 2005

Two Pictures from Nandyala

Filed under: Places — Singari Vijay @ 12:36 am

These two are pictures from Nandyala. One is a view of sunset and the other is a view of always busy Byrumal Street during night. Both of these pictures are taken from the top floor of our house at Nandyala.

Nandyala Sunset
View of Sunset

Byrumal Street Night View
Byrumal Street During Night

June 1, 2005


Filed under: Photography — Singari Vijay @ 10:15 pm

Things that interest me are people, politics, culture, religion, history and photography. Among these photography fascinates me more than any other.


This is a picture of the shore temple at Mahabalipuram. This temple has always attracted me with its well-balanced and sophisticated architecture. This is not a huge construction like many other temples in Bharath and yet this shows the beautiful, creative and aesthetic imagination of the people who built it. I like this beauty and creativity very much and I would like to have it for myself. Photography allows me to do just that: I can capture the feeling and the mood of places and people, and can bring them with me. That is why photography fascinates me more than any other thing.

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