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New Satpathy Photo Gallery

New Satpathy Photo Gallery

I finally found some time to revamp the Mo Chitra web site: http://photos.satpathy.in/ . It is still work in progress as I moved away from Coppermine and am now using ZenPhoto. Hope to complete the basic build out in a week from now. Then I will start posting all the photographs I have been taking with my new Canon EOS 550D. Do check it out!

The Social Crows

The Social Crows

The Trapped Crow Today I noticed a very large number of crows squaking in a tree in the building opposite our 3rd floor flat in Juhu. For some time I tuned out the noise and kept up a conversation with Padmaja over our morning tea. After a few minutes the thought slowly sunk in that there must be something going on. First I thought of a dead animal that they were fighting over. But there was no smell and our…

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New (Old) Photos Uploaded to Mo Chitra

New (Old) Photos Uploaded to Mo Chitra

I have uploaded a bunch of old photographs from my father’s collection that I scanned during my visit to Bhubaneswar in the first week of May. Mo Chitra -> Satpathy -> Family -> 1980s ->  The Satpathy Family In The 1980s Mo Chitra -> Satpathy -> Family -> 1990s -> 1990 Mo Chitra -> Satpathy -> Family -> 1990s -> 1991 Mo Chitra -> Satpathy -> Family -> 1990s -> 1992 Mo Chitra -> Satpathy -> Family -> 1990s ->…

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Gautam, Padmaja & Rohan – circa 1998 (After Marriage)

Gautam, Padmaja & Rohan – circa 1998 (After Marriage)

My latest project is scanning old photographs to upload to my photo site, Mo Chitra. I found the photo below in a stack at Bhubaneswar. It was taken by my father-in-law, Sudhakar Padhi in March 1998 near Rourkela. I am on the left of Padmaja, with Rohan, my brother-in-law, on her right. I just can’t believe how skinny we all were 🙂 Click for full size image

New Personal Photo Gallery with Coppermine

New Personal Photo Gallery with Coppermine

I completed the installation of a new personal image gallery using Coppermine. Took me all the weekend to get things up and running as I wanted. I ended up using the same theme as my other web sites, Mamli & Bablu and Gautam. Do visit and comment. Copermine is easy to use. Installation was straight forward and I was quickly able to figure out how to use Coppermine without too much trouble. I am also using ImageMagick to watermark all…

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