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Torn Clothes.

By on November 30, 2018

My Master has gone away!

Tech Data: Focal Length 18mm, Aperture f/7.1, Shutter Speed 1/800 Sec, ISO 200, Nikon D3200.

I am fairly Young.

Tech Data: Focal Length 23mm, Aperture f/7.1, Shutter Speed 1/800, ISO 200, Nikon D 3200.

Give me either new clothes or let me be Nude only.

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History & Culture Photography

Pics, Incredible India!

By on November 21, 2018

Jodhpur, Rajasthan.

Port Blair (A&N)

Colourful People, Nagaland, NE.

Goa.

Lotus Temple, Delhi.

 

Guchi.

 

 

 

 

 


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A Full Moon.

By on October 24, 2018

Tech data, Focal Length 200mm, Aperture f/11. ISO 200, Shutter Speed 1/250, Nikon D 3200.


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History & Culture Positive Thought Series

Devadasis, Servant of Gods!

By on October 23, 2018

While “Metoo” campaign by the Indian film industry starlets is going strong, we often forget more terrible exploitation of women in India. In fact these lesser mortals have no say whatsoever. I am referring to Devadasis or Jogini in other words girls wedded to God.

There are over 90000 such…


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Morning Glory!

By on October 8, 2018

Nikon D3200.

Guchi.


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Sunday Golf, Nature Pics.

By on September 30, 2018

Waiting for the Caddy.

Measuring up the Shot.

Watch out the Hazard.

Sunshade is required.

Colors along the course

Concrete in the Background.

Have a fine Sunday.

Guchi.

 

 

 

 


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Photography Positive Thought Series

A Case Study, Purpose of My Life!

By on September 29, 2018

One day I requested my Face Book friends to answer the following question to analyse and explore an interesting insight. 

”What is the purpose of your Life?”

  I was to provide the first answer and thereafter the Respondents were requested to give their input based on what came to their…

GUCHIGEN

Hello this is  Gurcharan Aulakh.
(Retired Major General from Indian Army). I was commissioned in Corps of Signals in 1971 and retired in May 2009.

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