We started our Book Club in 2009 and we meet once a month. We have great fun discussing the books we have read and also connecting so many other things happening in the world to what we had read. This month, we met on the 14th. We celebrate Nov 14th as Children’s day, it being… Continue reading Shared Moments
Yes, enduring love, my parents got married on 1st May, 1959 – 55 years , with its ups and downs. They have a great time together. This is their wedding photo. In 2013, with their great grandson 🙂 , my daughter’s son.
I love and enjoy reading 🙂 Books lead us to a world of imagination. I love stitching, I enjoyed every minute I spent stitching for my daughter, son and for myself. I remember with affection the frocks I had stitched for my daughter. My sewing machine has been a very faithful companion:) Both of us… Continue reading Cee’s Fun foto challenge : Joints and/or Things You Enjoy
Some time ago we had been to this beautiful, very old temple of Goddess Durgaparameshwari. It is in a small village called Mandarthi. Then this is a beautiful, very old temple to Lord Ganapati in a small village called Guddattu. The temple is set against a huge black boulder.
Our grandson and another little boy were playing in the playground, trying to catch each other. they were having a lot of fun. It was nice to see the anticipation on our grandson’s face 🙂
I am reading this very interesting book, The Difficulty of Being Good by Gurcharan Das. He talks about different characters in The Mahabharata and their characteristics. It is very easy to relate to most of them because human nature just does not change. What was true thousands of years ago is true for the present… Continue reading Keeping Quiet
In a small village, a little distance away from our home there is a beautiful temple of Lord Ganapati. This is the door of that temple. The next photo is of the room in Mahatma Gandhi’s home in Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad. A simple door and a simple house of a simple, great man. The next… Continue reading Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Doors, Door Knobs and Handles
There are achievements, big and small, significant and seemingly insignificant , but they are all so important and precious in our life. These photos are of our grandson, turning over for the first time, last year, after trying and trying. The first milestone and achievement of his life. Learning to climb steps , another important… Continue reading The daily Post photo Challenge : Achievement
A few years ago, in November, we had been in Aurangabad in the state of Maharashtra. It had been sugarcane season and we passed miles and miles of sugarcane fields. Sugarcane was being transported on ox-carts. Instead of regular wooden wheels, they had what looked like bus-wheels. And, in body of the cart, above the… Continue reading Cee’s Fun foto Challenge : Vehicle details
http://photography.tutsplus.com/articles/a-10-step-guide-to-superb-minimalist-photography–photo-4487 “We often hear the phrase ‘less is more’, and this couldn’t be more apt than when appreciating minimalism. When executed well, minimalist photography can be an extremely simple but dramatic way to capture images. Minimalism is a style employed by many 20th Century artists, using a minimum amount of components such as colour, shape,… Continue reading The Daily Post photo challenge- Minimalist