It's relaxing morning here and this flower made it more pleasant. This shot is also from Lalbagh Botanical Garden. Again, also don't know the name of this but it's color and shades are really vibrant.
This one is also strait from #HTCOneME.
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Brought my new smartphone last week, HTC One ME dual sim. It has excellent look and runs smoothly with 2.2 GHz octa-core and 3GB RAM. At have great sound quality thanks to HTC BoomSound with Dolby audio and front speakers, so the gaming experience is awesome. Unlike Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, it's MediaTek helio X10 processor doesn't heat up so much.
Lucky I had to travel to three different places in India immediately after buying my anyone smartphone. So I've bunch of nice shots taken by its camera which I'll share soon.
Can feel the perfection! :)
Hubble Space Telescope was launched into low earth orbit back in April 24, 1990. Since then, it started taking high-resolution images which helps astronomers to study the universe. To know more about its detail operation, visit - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hubble_Space_Telescope , http://www.nasa.gov/hubble
To celebrate this splendid moment, they are offering eBook with 25 significant images taken by Hubble Space Telescope and some other stuff too. And of course it’s free!
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Image - Cosmic Ice Sculptures Dust Pillars in the Carina Nebula, NASA
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Ello has re-designed its site and also brought some new features. To name a few, they have added full screen browsing, rich text support in comments, drag and drop editing, save drafts etc.
I was just checking out those new features which are quite good, yet not too impressive. They need more improvements. The text color is very dull; notification symbol is on the right side of the screen and notifications opens on the left side etc. They are soon launching their mobile app for iOS and Android.
So if you've also checked it, what do you think?
I was in Kolkata in last week. Didn't get much time for photography but took this panorama in early morning while heading to the airport. It was nice cold weather there as compared to Mumbai. This image is little bit processed with #snapseed.
Enjoying my Sunday and hole you too! :)
#moments #HTCOneME #naturephotography
This photo was taken at Lalbagh Botanical Garden two weeks ago while in Bangalore. The garden is very well maintained with lots of varieties of bonsai plants, flowers etc. Excellent and relaxing experience.
Photo is taken with my HTC One ME and is in unedited version!
Have a great day! :)
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Commonly seen bird in India as well as in some poems too! Took this shot few days back, will try to post some other shots too.
Also have a blissful Ashadhi Ekadashi!
Know more about Ashadhi Ekadashi - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shayani_Ekadashi
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If you know something then you should share your knowledge with others to pass it to next generation. Telling another person by mouth involves some snags as the content couldn’t be told or heard properly and some information may get lost. To beat this problem, the best way of handling information in safe way is to write it down somewhere so that it’ll last long for large period of time.
Since the ancient time human invented various way to do that. Prehistorically human uses sign languages to express their intentions. After that the journey took a step forward with cave paintings, then to writing on stones, followed by leaf, then papers and now today’s digital words. We live in a digital edition of writing and reading.
With innovations in tech world, people’s reading habits are also altered over the past 20 years. The main advantage of digital reading is that it is possible to read anywhere and anytime. From giant screen PCs to 15-22” laptops, from 7-10” tablets to 5” smartphones, technology made it possible to carry large amount of books in our pockets and access them anytime.
People who like to read a lot usually prefers to go with old classical paper book style, and have to admit that I’m from the same league. A nice book, a cup of coffee and raining outside is unbeatable scenario for me! Printed version has its unique pros for which people still love to read them. But it doesn’t mean that digital version losses its value. Digital versions of books are low cost, smaller in size and portable.
Many authors and publishers are now considering publishing soft copies of their books simultaneously with hard copies or solely publishing soft copies, depending on their target readers. Several companies are adapting to digital and online work environment with very less paperwork involved. A number of schools as well as universities are providing digital learning resources for their students.
Digital words brought revolutionary changes in many things. Digital words are clear, can be saved and edited anytime and never get older with time. Electrical energy and innovation brought the words on screen and thus when anything book or article gets publish on internet, people living in any corner of world can read them in no time.
Digital reading comes with ominous deal. Whether it is Kindle or iPad with retina display, continuous exposure of bright screen for long time adversely affects on eyes. In this modern world, tech addiction is very common and getting rid of it is a bit difficult task. That’s why, while using any gadget for digital reading or writing purpose, it’s good to define certain time limit for its use and spending some quality time without any of those gadgets.
With sharp growth in human knowledge, techniques that are being in use to spread it to others are also changing. Started with body gestures, it took form of digital era over long period of time. There was a time when hands were used to write down someone’s number, now they are busy in scrolling digital screen. Many people who usually gets repelled by books have started to read digital books only because of its easiness. Who knows where these digital words lead us or what new information system could be built superior than this. For present, digital words are invincible.
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