Some time ago we watched a news broadcast on television about a cargo ship carrying nearly 1000 Syrian migrants from Turkey. The ship had been abandoned by the people-smugglers near the Italian coast. All those people in the ship had fled from the destruction of their nation and homes in search of safety and a… Continue reading Moving Away
In our part of India, we have only two seasons- Summer and rainy season. Summer reaches its peak in June/ July. Fortunately the rains start and bring relief from the heat. Our agriculture depends so much on the rains. One of my favourite things is rain.
“Isn’t it nice to think that tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it yet?” ― L.M. Montgomery “It’s a new dawn It’s a new day It’s a new life for me And I’m feeling good” ― Leslie Bricusse, The Leslie Bricusse Songbook We were out very early on January 1st and were… Continue reading The Daily Post photo Challenge : New
Tile factories were set up in our region due to the availability of clay. These factories were a flourishing industry due to the the proximity of rivers and the Arabian sea. The tiles which were used for slanting roof came to be known as ‘ Mangalore tiles’. They were exported during the British period, my… Continue reading Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge : Industrial
This first photo is of a new day , sunrise on 1st January 2015 . The bud of the jasmine flower, a new flower the next day 🙂 Our grandson , an hour after he was born 🙂 new born 🙂