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balachandar
I design human experiences. ps: You wouldn’t argue with every idiot who disagreed with you in real life, I don’t do it here either.
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balachandar Oct 21
Replying to @akaasi
👌🏼 Q: I’m not sure if your balcony is exposed to sun and rain. But will this sal wood work for outdoor garden benches? Do you have any recommendations ?
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balachandar Oct 4
Replying to @Shalinii_
Looks appetising. The shrimp 👌🏼. What dish is that ?
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balachandar Sep 17
Replying to @jboogie
Tweaked and Used a service like Mentimeter.
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balachandar Sep 15
Replying to @pauldatta
I got a 2011 model. Still works.
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balachandar Aug 31
Replying to @krishashok
Happy onam. South side city center’ku delivery undengil, gnyaaan pick up seyyum. 😬
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balachandar Aug 17
Replying to @athisha
Many say that this photo is not from 2020.
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balachandar Jul 21
Replying to @amabirdman
Oh wow. This is surreal.
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balachandar Jul 21
Replying to @amabirdman
I'm not sure about what I'm seeing. But do you think that this is the one I need to zoom in, may be tomm?
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balachandar Jul 20
Replying to @threadreaderapp
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balachandar Jul 20
Replying to @amabirdman @krishashok
Absolutely. You’re doing great with sharing all this birdy things. It’s only after watching your videos via tweet, I started noticing the bird life around my house.
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balachandar Jul 19
Replying to @amabirdman
Thanks to for the beginner birdwatchers videos and in general to kindle the interest in birds. 🙏
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balachandar Jul 19
Replying to @balachandar
A day later, they all came flying, stopped by for a few secs, taking a look at their home base and roaring up back in the sky-high. I close this thread with some weirdy looks that the parents gave me while I was photographing. The End.
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balachandar Jul 19
Replying to @balachandar
The next day early morning, I could see all five of them out. The young birds with little or no tail, but I wasn't prepared for a photo this time. Little did I know that they were going to abandon the nest and getting ready for a new life out in the urban wilderness. 19/n
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balachandar Jul 19
Replying to @balachandar
It looks like the training ground was a little away, and the parents are busy watching over from the top and raising them, training them, guarding them all day. The young birds did come back to the nest in the evening. 18/n
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balachandar Jul 19
Replying to @balachandar
Day 12, It was drizzling. And I can already see the chicks are out in the land and hopping around. A couple of hours later, the nest was empty. 17/n
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balachandar Jul 19
Replying to @balachandar
Day 10, the chicks are reasonable size now with feathers and smaller but stretchable wings. They are full of life but constrained in a small space. 16/n
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balachandar Jul 19
Replying to @balachandar
Meanwhile, the monsoons are picking pace, and my daughter was hell-bent that we have to protect the baby birds from rain. So we have to put up a makeshift polythene bag tent. 15/n
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balachandar Jul 19
Replying to @balachandar
Day 8, Nestlings can see now, and the body is partially covered with feathers. 14/n
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balachandar Jul 19
Replying to @balachandar
Some old iPhones got converted into bird cams, and the daughter is busy now watching the birdbath all day. 13/n
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balachandar Jul 19
Replying to @balachandar
But as the nestlings grew, the portion varied. Dry fish and more giant insects were all on the menu. 12/n
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