Another night shot, part of the powercut series. As I have mentioned in my earlier posts, we have powercuts during the peak consumption time. Today the regulatory commision have granded permission to continue powercut for a indefinite period of time and has changed the time slot from 6 to 10 PM against the previous 6:30 to 10:30 PM.
So the stone style of life should continue for more months. In a matter the powercuts are convinient it gives us some quality time to be spend with family. Without TV and other distractions its the 30 minutes Kithu gets undistracted from us.
Behind the scene series continues
Karthika the celebration of light
Our neighbour cooks food for feasts, he takes catering order for wedding and other ceremonies. Sunday night I was with them a nd took some behind the scene shots.
Feast in Indian wedding is a wonderful affair. There will be around 10 to 15 vegetarian dishes and payasams.
The South Indian feast will be served on banana leaves and is eaten with hand (no forks, spoons knifes).
Lens: Minolta MD Rokkor 50mm F1.7
Camera: NEX-3, ISO-1600, 1/40, f/1.7, raw
Junior in his spiderman costume, this costume is very hot and junior sweat like any thing, but he will not remove this costume…
He wants to be spiderman spinning web across the city..
Lens : MInolta MD W.Rokkor 35mm F2.8
Camera: NEX-3, ISO-200, 1/80, F5.6, raw (obviously processed)
The candy, the colorful jelly softies with sugar sprinkled over. Each color Jelly is of different taste and is Kithu’s favorite.
He was impatiently waiting for his candy while I was tring to find a good angle for the shot, finally settled for this angle.
Just once this shot was taken the spiderman swished away with the cand.
Spiderman !!!?? eah you will know more about it tomarrow.
Lens :Minolta MD W.Rokkor 35mm F2.8
Camera ; NEX-3, ISO-200, 1/30, f/4.5, raw
This is parippu vada one of the favorite snaks in Kerala, India.
This snak has a long lasting relationship with revolutionary organizations in Kerala nad is part of many related Jokes.
Very crispy and midium spicy parippuvada tastes best with black tea.
This one is from our office canteen and is very tasty.
Lens: Minolta MD W.Rokkor 35mm F2.8
Camera: NEX-3, ISO-800, 1/60, F/4.5, raw