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Give a follow please @mantis_photography (1/2)My favorite stretch of road in CT! 3 months ago I posted my first post. I like looking at my growth from then till now. I can see a huge difference. I stand by the only person Im competing against is the version of me that lived yesterday. I enjoy learning, getting better, for myself. I've met and talked to so many fantastic photographers. The advice and sharing of knowledge has been unreal and quite humbling. It creates a rare thought for me which is "hmmm social media is kinda nice." In this moment, I'm proud of where I am. Not as a photographer. But as a person. A person who in this short time has had a vision and stuck with it.
A version of myself not too long ago would weigh too heavily on the opinions of mere strangers. And maybe steer my ship trying to please. I've had high compliments of my work. I've also heard from the not so pleased with my work! "THAT WOLF WASN'T IN THE WILD....DOESN'T COUNT." (ummm pretty sure there aren't any points involved) "YOU'RE SPLIT-TONING TOO MUCH" (WTF is Split-toning?) or my personal favorite "YOU DIDN'T TAKE THESE PICTURES" (Ok, You're right, I have so much free time, I thought I'd start an Instagram account and steal peoples' pictures and say they are my own, cause that ends well.) What's been nice has been my response. I'm proud of that pause that I have, and the ability to respond. Respond vs React. And to move forward. I like what I do, and Im going to continue to chase what is pleasing to me. Maybe one day Ill be fortunate enough to capture a wolf in the wild, but for now I will continue to look for opportunities to see these beautiful animals at places like the Wolf Conservation Center in NY (by the way whilst supporting and amazing effort to help these endangered animals). Continued below.... .
"A samosa and a cup of tea makes the journey pleasant." Samosa is one of the best delicacies of India. This in particular is what I call South Indian samosa.
People who travel towards Kolar via Hoskote, do try the combo of cutting special tea and Samosa at a hotel named Sultans Hotel Eden Garden(close to terminal cafe).
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I've always imagined what it was like to set foot on a toll gate, with #nlextravel and #lakbaynorte9 , we got to experience it for ourselves!
We also got to see the traffic control room again where they can see everything going on the road.
Yes we did it again🙈🙈
Last month we tried the Shahi mutton Thaal and this time it was a combo of both mutton and chicken.
So basically the difference was starters were all made of chicken and mains considered of mutton preps.
My verdict is that, i loved the Shahi mutton thaal more over the combo. .
Quantity - Enough for 4-5 people(depends on each's consuming capacity though)