Photo Blog: The Saga Of Lost & Found

Swept away by 2011 Tsunami in Japan, this Harley Davidson bike along-with other articles in a container drift across the Pacific ocean. Finally, it was spotted after more than an year, 4000 miles away on a beach of Graham Island in British Columbia, Canada.

The bike origin was unveiled by its Japanese number plate which it carried along for the long time. Although Harley Davidson offered to restore and return the bike to the owner but he requested to preserve the bike in same condition as a memorial to the victims of Tsunami. Currently this bike is under display at Harley Davidson Museum, Milwaukee since Oct, 2012.

Photo: Sea Lion Of La Jolla Cove

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Located on Coast Blvd, La Jolla Cove, CA is a popular attraction offering some breathtaking views, activities and getting personal with sea lions relaxing on the rocks.

Photo: Mughal Garden & Sheesh Mahal, Amer Fort

 

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Photo: Gateway Arch At Sunrise

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Located on the bank of Mississippi River, Gateway of Arch is world’s tallest acrh. This picture has been taken on our trip to St Louis.

Photo-Artistic “Flamingo”midst of Windy City


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While walking down the street in Chicago Downtown experience “Flamingo” an abstract sculpture by Alexander Calder.

Photo: Street Performer In Chicago

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Photos:A Walk Through Shaw Garden

Shaw Garden popularly known as Missouri Botanical Garden is an ideal place to get tranquilized by amazing flora collection and some great sculptures..

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Photo Blog: Chandigarh-Bikaner-Delhi Road Trip

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Photos: Southern most end of India..

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Photos: Olbrich Botanical Garden & Lake Monona

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