Mrniji From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Posted (8 years 8 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 2301 times:
OK... a.net is an international site.. there were meetings in LHR, FRA, YYZ etc etc etc.. there even were meetings in BOM.. and now we had a mini meeting in DEL! OK, it was a mini-meet, as Vimanav and IndianFlyboy could not attend.. but as AirIndia came back for a visit, he and MrNiji met at the latter's residence.. pics included, and a small vid with a message to the fellows in BOM! Comments welcome
Here you can see AirIndia alias Guru:
Guru was on the way to a family dinner close to my place, so he decided to stop by here fo a couple of hours..
Here is whom he mel: MrNiji alias Subin, unphotogenic as usual
So, and now the group photos:
and now, MrNiji, unphotogenic as usual, not able to close his 'bright eyes'
And, exclusivly for airliners dot net: the first video appearance:
Mrniji From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Reply 10, posted (8 years 7 months 4 weeks 1 day 5 hours ago) and read 1968 times:
So, as promised... the second round of PICS!
This time, we met in East of Kailash at Guru's (AirIndia) place. From there, you have a fantastic view on DEL:
In the very back, you can see the Nehru Stadium (for those who know DEL..). Left of it, small, Humayuns Tomb in Nizamuddin
Now, this pic shows a Bisleri Truck, the yellow-green CNG autos, as well as these horrible DEL buses...
Now come the stars.. warning: MrNiji looks stupid, as usual, on pics.. he looks much, much better in reality
So, this was Guru alias AirIndia, phoning, doing business etc... now comes MrNiji alias Subin
Man, I just can't stand cameras, it was bright and the Dust was in the wind.. [The lyrics of that song are amazing, wah? I think it was made in my birthyear... ] Dust in the wind is a good description of DEL at the moment, it is dry, hot and dusty
The best is that these are resized dramatically.. you should see the full quality pigs (3 MB per pic)... wah! - the camera is great (Pentax just rocks, same with my other cam), and I got the battery problem under control with high capacity rechargable AA's from Germany..