Not long after I began blogging, my friend Kankana invited me for a lunch meet up. I had a chance meet two other bloggers and share the know-hows of blogging. Everyone there were exclusive food-bloggers, so you know… The food was exquisite! I can now say that I don’t just comment at their sites based on the appetizing photography. Pay a visit to their websites for recipes and importance of good food photography. Also, ping-backs are a great way to promote each others blogs!
Kankana – Sunshine and smile just like the name, the look and feel of her blog would make anyone smile!
Prerna – Indiansimmer, a dedicated food blogger and stylish photographer.
Vijitha – Spices and aroma, stop here for any authentic south indian recipes.
It was the week of karvachauth and henna, being a part of every indian festival, we decided to apply something simple. As usual I was so engrossed, enjoying the endless possibilities of doodling curves and lines with henna cone making wonderful designs.
Head out to Prerna’s post where she talks more about Karvachauth, and a recipe to make Phirni, an indian dessert.
I like the way this photo turned out. I usually stick to plain background to capture the hand filled with henna but we (Kankana and I) played around a little with the background.
Visit my henna page for more detailed henna designs. Oh! By the way… Thank you girls for being a beautiful hand model. 😉