Whenever I crossed the Hebbal flyover, which was almost every day for some seven years, I saw a small hillock with, what appeared to be, a temple on top. I always wondered what it was. Today, I decided to satisfy my curiosity. Google maps told me that the temple is called Anandalingeshwara temple.
I awoke at six and rode to the place on my motorbike, armed with two cameras - one my mobile and the other an apology for a camera by Sony that their service centre refused to service. Here are some of them.
The setting moon as I took my first look at the hillock
An uninvited guest who dropped in, quite literally, from the tree above me, to share the oats porridge.
The sun rises behind a rock
The view towards HebbalNagavara
Play of light on a door
This place is sixteen kilometers away from my place and it took just twenty minutes to reach it. An unthinkable time in normal traffic.
The best thing was that there was no other human on the hillock. The worst was that a nearby temple was playing loud pop devotional music.