This word reminds me of a favorite song ” Yellow” by the band Cold-play.
Here’s the link if you’re interested to be mesmerized with the lyrics – YELLOW by COLDPLAY
Coming back to our theme for today, i do have a lot to share.
1) Fruit Up:
What’s Fruit Up?
Well, it’s a fruit drink which we guys had developed.
A concept developed for a marketing project.
A lot of work has gone and the end result was just too good.
Above is a snapshot with my lovely team and our humongous sized Tetra pack.
2) Childhood revisited:
Now tell me haven’t you always wanted to do this?
Sometimes i wish i could do this without being conscious.
My friend just hopped on one of them machines in the mall and asked me to capture this moment.
I am always happy to oblige.
The staff though gave us a weird stare.
As it is, we don’t care.
( The last 2 lines rhymed 😛 )
3) Sunny Side Up:
Pictures of sunsets amaze me.
Always the same, but yet different captures.
Here is one which has a hint of Yellow and i just could not stop myself from sharing this.
4) My tryst with Desserts:
I hope it’s not tough to spot the yellow element 😛
People close to me know that i’m a foodie and i love to share pictures of what i eat.
Usually many people swear at me or get pissed as i upload a one too many sometimes ( evil smile )
But, i like what i do and i’m in no mood to stop.
5) Grandma’s 75th Birthday Cake:
I’ve kept this image for the main event.
My beautiful Grandma turned 75 recently, and that called for a huge celebration.
In times we live, living till 75 should be a huge achievement.
I’m sorry for such an incomplete image, but we all were so immersed in singing for her and being happy, that i could capture only post her cutting the cake.
Still, the snapshot is awesome.
Liked what you see? Let me know your thoughts too. Drop a comment and let’s get talking 🙂
This post is a part of Thursday Challenge. Thursday Challenge is a place for photographic fun and learning.
A theme is announced on this site each week. Theme for this week is “YELLOW” (Anything with the colour yellow in it,…)