Melbourne’s weather is not showing any signs of getting warmer. The good thing was we got to celebrate Christmas in July — a Roberts Hall tradition.
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Wish Delhi was like Melbourne.
i'm sure if Prateek travels to Delhi we'll see a new Delhi, like we never saw before. it's just what we see
Aditya Anand said..
Abhishek, you wouldn't find a lot of people who don't wish the same. Well only now if Melbourne had nude beaches…
Rungta, you got a knack of capturing great shots of the skies. BTW, what happened to the EXIF data? Looked pretty cool on the site; even if half of it seemed Mermish.
I guess the dark weather has also had an effect on your blog…
It's an amazing change to see skyscrapers and tall buildings in metropolitan cities without their glitter of lighted windows!
Siavash, I'm flattered. I was actually in Delhi before I came here and I have posted a few pictures of Delhi earlier.
Aditya, thanks for pointing out about the EXIF data. I had a feeling something was wrong with my blog.
Varenya, dark effect in what sense?
Sumedh, it sure is a nice change. I was surprised myself when I saw how nice the shot turned out.
Souvik Das Gupta said..
nice…. nothing more to say!!
Rungta! I'm back! Lots to catch up on your blog.. and another awesome pic to come back to after my absence from the virtual world! the river the sky! love the twilight time of the day… perfect time to drift off to someother place.. and christmas in july!! even more awesome! :)
Good to see you back Rashmi!
love the picture..the sky is so beautiful..but it looks a little gloomy..
Bavani Sam said..
Pretty Pretty….Pretty…!!! Dark side of Melb City… hahahaha