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The above photos were found in a fwd email. I do not know the photographer's name. For a "LARGE" archive of fwd emails visit www.zeroin.co.in

3 comments:

saurav arya said...

simply superb KG!!!
tell me which camera hve u used ?
keep it up!! looking fwrd fr more innovative works frm yu..:)..

garhwalk said...

Dear Saurav

The photos posted on the USB Art post are not clicked by me, sorry I forgot to mention that they were found on a fwd email. Will do that now.

Anyways the most of the other photos on my blog are clicked by me. I use Kodak Digital Camera(s). I have also clicked pictures using a Nikon FM2 (SLR) - very gud camera.

Vivek said...

cool man...

its true, that all computer hardware is now USB enabled and hence, soon in the furture, all other things would get the same USB tag....

no doubt, this USB technology has captured the world...and the pics symbolise avenues where it can be found soon....

so just get ready to PLUG & PLAY!!