Wow! 2016 and we have already finished two weekend jams for the current year. All the jammers and artists who took part in Chitra Santhe - I hope that you are happy with your participation and it was profitable.
I was waiting to go to this beautiful park - for a long while. With my mind set on drawing trees I set out early in the morning, only to realize that the park looked rather petite. Where were all the trees?
Yesterday morning saw a whole lot of eager fresh-faced jammers on two vans heading for Nrithyagram - something a lot of us had been looking forward to for the past week. The new and first time jammers outnumbered the old ones. It was a great tur
The Neralu Tree Festival is on at the NGMA for 2 days, the 7th and 8th Feb. 2015. Here are some shots from yesterdays activities. There was a story-telling session, how to start your tree journal, a film by David Attenborough, a talk on the 'Fou
The 28th of December, turned out to be a cold, cloudy day with a chilly wind blowing intermittently. It was the last jam of the year, and there was quite a turnout of old and new jammers. Smitha has already posted her pics on the PJ Bootcamp FB
The Military War Memorial park was cool, breezy and quite desolate by the time I reached on Sunday. No jammers that I could see, and a solitary walker doing the rounds. The tanks and missiles were taken over by the fauna - a raven, a couple of m