Ok, that's me again. :)
Ok, that's me again. :)
Where is the picture taken? At work?
Nice one, Igor :wave:
No, at customer site (have been visiting them on troubleshooting). It's Tel Aviv. :)Quote:
Originally Posted by cilu
Yeah, those letters on the background should have told me something. ;)Quote:
Originally Posted by Igor Vartanov
Just messing around with my torches.
Stop by and say g'day if you're going to be in Sydney :thumb:Quote:
Originally Posted by wildfrog
Love the wedding pics and all the rest. :)
Paul, it seems you love messing around with the torches... ;)
Lookin' all snazzy for bfore a fancypants party.
I'm gonna get my halloween costume photos. You should too.
Me and my little nephew (one of them) playing around..
I can't want to see my nephews this Christmas. One was born the week of my wedding so I still have not meet him yet.
At the beginning of this week I was in Bucharest for some business, and here is me in front of the third largest building in the world, The Palace of Parliament.
Nice pic... :)
BTW, "The Palace of Parlament" holds a distinction that is greater than that of being the World's Third Largest Building - it is the World's Heaviest Building... :D
Nice ones, HanneSThEGreaT and cilu :thumb:
Just came back from a month's vacation. This time around, I got to do some touring of India, apart from the routine visit-home-and-relatives thingy. Some of the snaps from the tour I took of the lovely, royal state Rajasthan.
- On a camel safari in Sam Dunes in the heart of Thar desert, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India.
- Inside a Jain temple in Ranakpur, Rajasthan, India.
- In front of Sheesh Mahal ( palace of mirrors ) within the palace in Amer fort ( Jaipur, Rajasthan, India ).
- A newly built marble structure used for replacing some of the ones broken during the various invasions on temples by Mughal rulers like Ghori, Khilji ( Osiyan, Rajasthan, India ).
- Jain temple, wholly built with sandstone and marble ( Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India ).
- The structure is in fact a tomb of the ministers of the erstwhile Jaisalmer emperors ( Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India ).
- Inside Patwon Ki Haveli. It is a five-storeyed building, full with intricate carvings on sandstone. This is no royal place. Just one of the kinds of houses the rich could afford to live in ;) Apparently, the whole structure is made of panels which can be taken apart and re-assembled again, if needed ( Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India ).
- Inside another haveli, with a difference though. In this, the whole place is filled with paintings ( walls, ceilings , pillars etc ) instead of carvings ( Nawalgarh, Rajasthan, India ).