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Vikram Chadaga


I finally bought the Canon EF 17-40mm F4.0 L Lens.

 I must say I’m in love with canon’s “L” lens. Saturday evening my friend Sachin and I went to the Stoney Creek Metro park.

Here are a few photos from my new lens:

This snap was just a few minutes before the sunset.

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View of the lake:

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View of the sky:

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Just after the sunset:

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More colours:

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Finally on the way back clicked the view of a freeway:

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 Overall I’m very impressed with the new lens. This is my second L lens. I must say the Canon “L” lenses ROCK!!!

This is my first venture started with Niara Ahmed and Swaroop C. H.

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It has been a wonderful experience for all 3 of us. The best way to learn about MBA in a practical way :). It has taught us right from design, manufacturing, testing, marketing, customer handling… anything that you can think about in an MBA.


Date: 21st May 2007

The whole trekware gang met up for the launch… it was a surprise for all of them. We had worked on it from January 2007.

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Date: 12th May 2007

Group: Manohar, Aravind, Sandeep, Manjunath, Rahul and his wife Rhujuta

We had been to Karwar for Milind’s wedding (Click here for the wedding photos).

Few snaps from the bus…


Snap from the moving bus…

We reached the beach in the late afternoon…

Karwar beach

Saw a few kingfisher birds, clicked them. I saw this one sitting on a boat. I loved the colour combination.

Blue bird!

Beautiful evening at Karwar beach

Evening at Karwar beach

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Date: 30th April 2007

Worked at Bosch India for 3.5 years. It was a little tough to say good bye.

Vikram's sendoff


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Place: Stuttgart, Germany

Date: 29th October 2006

I had never seen such a huge exhibition for hobby projects. Its mind blowing to see the power of engineering in Germany. The Mechanical designs, small engines, precision plastic molds for the toys, accuracy in designs. We are talking about toys and hobby projects!!! People have spent their whole life working on one project! When they do it… they do it their best!


You guys must have seen the huge construction machines, here we are talking about small versions of them and they exactly do the same thing!



This bike looks huge and like a real bike, but it is a small bike kept on a table with real engine may be a size of 10CC. It had real disc breaks!

small toy bike


Guy flying an Helicopter… its a small one made out of plastic but gives you control to fly in all directions.


Toy car…

This toy car has a real engine which runs on some alcohol based fuel and can go almost up to 40Kmph.

Toy car


Train station…

Its a complete train station with city around it. I could also spot small toy people made around it. The trains are very accurate and move around on the tracks, change tracks. Spoke to this guy with my broken german and found out that he has taken 10years to build it!!!

Train station


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We finally meet Sid to give his birthday present!

Sidhu bought a new air gun… we had a lot of fun with it, not to mention that I almost lost my cell phone! 😉 Lots of fun!!!

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