Fall colours|Notes and Thoughts

It’s been a long time that I haven’t written a blog post. The first reason for this post is only because of my friends Deepthy, Deepthy(actually there are 2 peoples) and Fidha. I’m so happy that I have found my lost friend, Fidha. Thanks to Facebook.

I was going through a rut phase just like everyone. Now in every way motivated and pumped.

So very much excited to go the Florida. I think it’s our real trip together after coming to the USA. I’m happy. I’m grateful for everything he does for me.

It’s that time of the year which is my favorite. The Christmas season. It’s twinkly lights everywhere. The real and fake Christmas trees. Ha,  just to get into that Christmasy mood I read Charles Dickens Christmas carol. It’s kind of a hymn for me. I don’t know.

This is the pictures where we went for the fall color ride. I have no idea where exactly this is. I’m so lazy to search all things on the internet right now.

Fall colours

The picture was taken back in October. I know it’s too late. It’s okay.

I hope it happens this time of every year as beautiful as it is now. 🙂


A day trip to the New York Chinese Scholars garden

on the way to the forest path

All we can hear is the sound of bamboo. The camera is not enough to capture it. Feel it hear it.

We were actually thinking of what to do on a Sunday morning. A walk in the garden was a much-needed thing. Scholars garden was one in my bucket list. The bucket list just goes on to visiting Italy, Japan, China and Korea. This place was a capsule form of the traditional Chinese house. I always have a thing for these cultures and traditions. Even though I don’t follow my traditions.  It’s good to see others.

The New York Chinese Scholar’s Garden features magnificent rockery that resembles mountains that inspired the poetry and paintings of Confucian, Buddhist and Taoist monks and other scholars. Visitors can explore eight pavilions, a bamboo forest path, waterfalls, a Koi-filled pond, Chinese calligraphy, and a variety of Ghongshi scholar’s rocks including a 15-foot formation that towers over the central courtyard.


is this place real? I really have a doubt. it’s like dream.

Thanks to the unknown photographer 🙂





oh yeah. This is the perfect spot for taking pictures.

See you soon Chinese scholars garden!

P.S : Informations got from http://snug-harbor.org/botanical-garden/new-york-chinese-scholars-garden/

NJ festival of ballooning

This will be the first post that I almost took 6 hours to write.

Just in a happy mood right now. Lots of creative thoughts happening. I’m grateful for a lot of things.

I’m so grateful for all the wonderful things happening around me.

Last week we went to the ballooning festival. A good memory to remember forever. I don’t want to be poetic.

Excuse me? Can you please pose for a picture? 😛

corn field

why are you so beautiful nature?.


It was so crowded. But I like it. But I hate the sun.

It’s scary. That lady in the picture was doing almost every tricks she could possibly do.

That one of a kind. I haven’t seen it anywhere.



It’s also a place where the business firms can actually give an advertisement in the hot air balloons. Look at the director Shankar’s upcoming movie Enthiran 2.0 advertised in one of the balloons. I was actually so excited to take this picture.

The sunset. It’s time to say bid-adieu to all the balloons.







Rockefeller centre|Notes and Thoughts

when you know that you don’t even get a penny for writing this blog post. Usually, there won’t be any motivation in writing anymore.

I have read somewhere even if you don’t get anything in return. Consistency is all that matters. Like a good rock is chiseled into a beautiful statue. It takes the time to achieve something.

the interior of St.patrick’s Church NYC

The first stop was at St.patrick’s cathedral. It took years to build this. I’m happy that I found a new place to roam around in NYC. It was crowded everywhere in NYC. The summer vibes were clearly visible all through the city.

Seated Ballerina by Jeff Koons at Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center is a large complex consisting of 19 high-rise commercial buildings covering 22 acres (89,000 m2) between 48th and 51 Street in New York City.

Entered into the building with a free gift from the NBC News shop (workers). Proudly put into my back pack thinking it will be a compliment for me to look good in my outfit :-P. There is a lot of shops for all the shopaholics to relieve their hunger. But there was a not a single shop to satisfy my current feeling. Got out as soon as possible.

The information I got today about Chicketerianism:

When on the way you stopped at McDonald’s to have anything over there and the person with you won’t eat beef, but will have chicken. No, definetely She is not vegan. Yeah, I got it. she is a (chick)eterian.

A photo of the shoe flower is mandatory these days. Because some people are driving me nuts. 😛



Bronx zoo|Nature Escape|New York city

It’s been several years that I wanted to escape into the lap of nature. There have been dreams that I even slept in some forests around the world. With the closest to all my sweethearts. To all the sweetheart creatures in the world.

The Bronx was not even closest to my nature dreams. it was well enough for my hungry nature-minded mind. I’m happy that I haven’t seen any animals with suffocating cages. Believe it or not, I used to be sad inside my mind for one those lions in a zoo(when I was young). Growing up I haven’t lost a bit of it. Compassion, love whatever madness the normal people call it. I’m a Tralfamodorian living in a Tralfamodore world. Sometimes I’m like Billy Pilgrim(one of the characters of Kurt Vonnegut in Slaughterhouse-Five).

Congo Gorilla Forest
I’m helpless  🙁

Look who is with me? The above post is for all the celibate peacocks that are especially found in India.


See from here onwards the above birds which are flamingos will be called flamis by me. They give me a silent promise that one day these non-migratory birds will come with me to travel around the world.

There is a lot to post. But this won’t be enough to post all my Tralfamodorian literature.



Follow me to the Times Square,NYC

Exchange Place

We started from here by light rail. Got down at Exchange Place. Enjoyed the amazing view of world trade center from there. It was scorching hot. That’s the thing I hate.

On the way, we got down at Washington Square Park in NYC. It was so nice to relax in mid of this beautiful greenery.

This is what happens when two beautiful peoples pose for the camera.

Washington Square Park


Washington Square Park (Drinking water)
Times Square

Times Square is one of the most crowded places in the entire United States. Even though it’s crowded I like to walk through all those peoples coming from different races, culture. We can see peoples who are covered in body tattoos and nobody even seem to bother.

World science festival which was conducted in Times Square. It was an awareness of the global warming.

When the city is this crowded, sigh  😀

And the day comes to an end  😛

PS- we had a sumptuous Thai food after this. 😀