Jun 262013
 
Chayakriti 2013- A photography exhibition in Hyderabad by  TCPC members

  A Photography Exhibition by TCPC  or Twin Cities Photography Club at Ravindra Bharathi in Hyderabad   Our photography club Twin Cities Photography Club or TCPC started in 2011 with the aim to give a platform to budding photographers of twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad to hone their skills. The group is an open group and has presence both online on Facebook and offline in form or regular meetups both in Hyderabad and outstation locations like Tadoba Wildlife Sanctuary or Temples of Hampi. When I joined the club the idea was to both learn as well as to practice [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Sep 142012
 
Bus to Hampi With TCPC

Visit to Hampi in a Volvo Bus Travel and Photography are Siamese twins. I have not been able to figure out whether I started clicking pictures as I wanted to capture my travels or I started travelling so that I could capture pictures of distant lands. Anyways the debate is useless as you cannot separate the Siamese twins, and not that they want to be separated. The latest jaunt of desi Traveler was to the erstwhile capital of the Vijayanagaram empire in Hampi, in Karnataka a town that is more than 1000 years old on the banks of river Tungabhadra. The [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Jul 012012
 
Celebrating A Birthday

Birthday Celebration Of TCPC Well this was little different birthday celebration, some time back Desi Traveler joined an online meetup group called TCPC or Twin Cities Photography Club. The club aims to promote photography in the twin cities of Secundrabad and Hyderabad. I have been joining some of the photo walks for last some months, my first one being to the Botanical Garden in Kondapur, then to Golconda Fort and also to Old City Of Hyderabad.  Each of the Walk has been very memorable and a good learning experience for me. This walk today was to celebrate the first [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Aug 152011
 
Golconda Fort

Golconda Fort in Hyderabad I have been to Golconda fort in Hyderabad many times, but most of the times it will be with some visiting friends and relative to show them the grandeur of the birthplace of Kohinoor diamond as the legend goes. This last time I visited with some Hyderabadi friends with the sole purpose of taking some pictures Golconda has had a very interesting history. It started as a mud fort where shepherds used to come with cattle hence the name -Gwala Konda or Shepherd hill in the Telugu the local language. Stair Case To Nowhere One [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]