” So what’s your muse — what subject do you turn to frequently, more inspired each time? ” Nature inspires me the most, especially the Sun and how it changes with the passing of the day. These photos were taken early on the 28th morning.
Recently, we had been to London and had been to Greenwich. While walking through the museum, we had to walk down these stairs. Each and every step was a little worn out in the middle and the colour had changed. Countless people over the years must have gone down. I just had to photograph the… Continue reading A Photo a Week Challenge: Uncategorized
A cruise on the Thames – the buildings, the river and cruise boat. Walking around the City of Westminster- the hedge, the flowers and the window. In Greenwich Royal Observatory, the sign board, the meteorite and my fingers:)
“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose. By any other name would smell as sweet.” Somehow I have never been able to agree with this quote by William Shakespeare. A name makes all the difference. When our grandson was born, the name given to him by his parents made a difference. It… Continue reading What is in a name?
Earlier such pulleys were used to draw water from the wells. In some places they are still used but have become old fashioned due to the use of electric motors.
Whether you opt for a single photo or seven, we want to see all the colors of the rainbow. A painting competition for children during one of our festivals:)
Our recent London trip was great fun. One of the afternoons, we joined a walking tour around Monument area. On the way, some very different Items:) The old and the new:) The bus which moves and the fixed post box:)
Our grandson, when the whole family was here 🙂
These are wild flowers. These plants grow by the hill side in our place.We collect these flowers and dry them in the sun and store them. Later we use them in our cooking:) Holarrhena pubescens – Herbarium JCB florakarnataka.ces.iisc.ernet.in/hjcb2/herbsheet.php?id=396&cat=1 Common name : Kurchi, Tellicherry bark; Vernacular name : Kutajah, Kalinga (San.); Kurci, Kudha (Hin.); Kodagasana… Continue reading Sunday Stills : Multiple Flowers
We were in London recently. It was fun to photograph the roads and lovely buildings on either side. Here there are two different types of buildings on either side. As I was taking the photo, the beautiful London double-decker bus came by and it is off-centre 🙂