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"Thone Strowing" is actually "Stone Throwing". The name originated thanks to a slip of tongue by John Paul, the first time we went there.

The location is a dead end, over looking the Durgam Cheruvu (Secret Lake). At the foot of the cliff is a broken bathroom. The objective of a thone strowing session is to make sure everyone manages to launch a stone into the bathroom at least once. Else, no one leaves.

The main reason we come here is to abuse and let loose the frustration.

These are the Thone Strowers. From left to right: Rahul Rishi, Daniel Peddity, John Paul and Mukesh Mukhi.

Exposure: 1/3200 sec
Aperture: f 1.8
Date/Time Clicked: 2010-04-26 14:54:38
Focal Length: 50 mm
Camera: Canon, Canon EOS 1000D

Photo Tags: dead end, durgam-cheruvu, lake, secret-lake, stone, throw,

  • ek dum number one.. too good dood
    john paul @ 2010-04-28 09:17:50