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Old Mar 25, 2010, 11:07 AM   #1
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Not anything extra-ordinary, but interesting enough. I had been to a craft-place where this gentleman was explaining how to shape glass. A few shots:













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Old Mar 25, 2010, 11:19 AM   #2
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Raghu, these are great! You are on fire.
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Raghu, sure did... liked them very much. Many thanks for these interesting pictures.
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Raghu, kind of wondering where you got time to take such nice pictures on your busy work schedule !?

All of them looks great..

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Very well done
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Nice tour of the craftsmanship of glass work.
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Very nice series! Thanks for sharing them.
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Raghu-

Another great series of interesting photos. They are very well done.

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Old Mar 31, 2010, 3:59 AM   #9
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Thank you all for looking up. I am glad you liked the photos. Siva - unless we find the time at least during week ends to do what we really like, life will be very boring, isn't it? These were taken at Dakshinachitra, about 30km from Chennai along the East Coast Road to Mamallapuram/Pondicherry, where the Madras Craft Foundation has built replicas of houses of South India as a showcase of our cultural heritage.
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Awesome photos Raghu...very rich depth and detail on the first to place you there and then shallow depth to help appreciate the true uniqueness of Glass Craftsmanship...thanks
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