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My 0.002 MP Camera and me...

It seems like everybody is making a photography blog these days. I know i can't afford one.. cause you know, one has to be a real photographer to fill a whole blog !! So this is just a little of me and my 0.002 MP camera that I hope you would keep tolerating time and again in the times to come..

I found this idol lying carelessy in a well-populated area within my college. We were awestruck that we hadn't noticed it for a long time. It was well camouflaged in the background because of it's greyish discolouration similar to the tree-barch. I have changed the pic to black and white as the colours were quite dull but the shadows were looking awesome. And for the record.. I had actually taken it from a VGA camera in my phone (that's just 0.3 Mega-Pixels)


Mack said…
And just two days ago i happened to see that place again and the idol had been broken into pieces.. So, i guess it wasn't that camouflaged as i thought it was.
gretel said…
awww,yhu went on time sha.:D

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