About Me

I am Suguna Ganeshan. I am a Photographer and Blogger. I love taking Travel, landscape, Macro, Night and Low light photography.  I have lots of photos sitting on my hard drive, which I have taken over several years and would like to share them through my web page and blog. I have a blog through WordPress, where I post my recent travels, Recipes, small stories etc. You could check my blog at www.sugunag.com. Please feel free to browse through my photo, share, buy prints and ask a question. I also have a website for my photographs http://www.sugunaganeshan.com.

I have handpicked my best pictures and have them on sale at https://suguna-ganeshan.pixels.com.By clicking the above link it will take you to the page. In this blog, I post my travel stories and stories around how I got to take the photographs. Please do check back or sign up to follow me in my journey.

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Lens Artists photo challenge- Splash

Splash

I took this picture in Hawaii, Big Island Beach. The sunset was so beautiful and colorful. It was a last minute decision to get to the beach, which I am ever grateful to my son. This was like the day before we were supposed to leave from Hawaii back home.

Holiday Lighting at Longwood Gardens

 I recently upgraded my camera to Sony A 7 R III, my dream camera.  I was so excited to try it out at the Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA. So along with my friend, we went to the Gardens. The Gardens had a lot of Holiday decorations. Its a place you must visit if you have not gone too. They had the whole park open with a lot of different amazing display pieces put together. 

  Longwood Gardens consist of 1077 acres of garden, woodlands, and meadow in Kennett Square, PA. If you want to plan your visit you could check this link at Longwood Gardens. 

 I have made 2 visits to the garden and each time, I have seen a completely different display. They were all so unique and beautiful. 

 Now coming to the pictures I got to take. As part of my camera, I got the Sony Fe 24-240mm lens. This is the first time I am using the Super Zoom lens which gives me 10x zoom.

Pink Flower
Library at Longwood gardens

The highlight of the Garden was the Library, where the whole room was set up with a lot of books. They have the Christmas tree and several other displays made out of books. I was so impressed with the room. There were several amazing and complex pieces of the artifact. Kudos to the Artists, they have done an amazing job.

Here are some photos with Holiday lighting. I was so happy to try a long exposure with my new camera. It was so easy to set up.

Holiday Lighting

To check out more pictures from my Longwood Garden trip, please click this link Christmas  

End of the day, I was so happy to try out my camera and several different techniques in the same day. I give a big thumbs up to Sony A 7 R III. 

Holiday Lighting

Holiday Lighting at Greenawalds in Allentown

As part of the Thanksgiving holiday Weekend, I along with my Photography club friends went to Lights in Greenawalds Kickoff show.  When we reached the location of the light show, it was a residential area. I had no idea what we were going to see. This was my first time going to see light show in a residential area. 

 Got all my gear set up in the front of the house, waiting for them to switch on the lights. There was a large gathering along with the local news channel waiting to see what was in store. Kids were waiting anxiously walking around with popcorn and hot chocolate. 

 Around 5 pm when it started becoming dark, the owner of the house came out and started welcoming all the people. With a countdown coming from children and adults the lights were revealed.

Lighting Show

They had several scenes and different characters put out and illuminated. It looked amazing they had about half million christmas lights. 

Light Zoom blur

I tried my hand at zoom blur. It was amazing to see the results. To check out more lights click this link Christmas. Light at Greenawalds was amazing .

Landscape photography, Travel photography, Macro photography

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