Thursday, October 29, 2015


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These words reflect my feelings about the magic above us!!!

The sky view (above) one of my favorites is taken from my archives,when I's visiting the US in 2013.

The house having a clean neat look presents a graceful gate and I found it worth capturing.

The fence around a public park in a nearby complex, where I often go for getting some good shots. 

Friends,welcome here as always! 

The post is part of:Good Fences, Sky Watch Friday

Tuesday, October 27, 2015


image: courtesy Internet

Love, Robert Frost's poetic treatise on the impermanence of all entities!

“Nature's first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf's a flower;
But only so an hour.
Then leaf subsides to leaf.
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes down to day.
Nothing gold can stay.”
Robert Frost

It's necessary to hunt for fresh images.
Yesterday, all of these pictures were clicked in the early afternoon, when i mustered up courage to step out in the sun to explore another residential area nearby. Armed with my camera, sunglasses and dupatta( veil) covering my head, i set out for the adventure. Mercifully, there were very few people on the road, otherwise they'd have taken me for a crazy specimen, taking pictures at that hour, God knows, for what? Hardly convincing, a lady of my age indulging in a weird hobby. However, I's not to be deterred.

 Red flowers in a park.

Flowery bushes and rows of trees alongside the main road of the area,

Pink bougainvillea flowers growing on the divider of the double entry road.

One of the parks at the entrance of our community.

A green landscaped vista which is lively but neglected!

I captured this nimble butterfly with  loads of patience.

 A row of bushes with tiny red flowers, in one of the green areas.

Friends, welcome here as always!

This post is part of:
Our World Tuesday
Nature Notes
Today's Flowers
ABC Wednesday ( 'P' is for potpourri)
Outdoor Wednesday
Wordless Wednesday

Friday, October 23, 2015


While foraging my archives, I hit upon this capture, as the right one for 'Good Fences.'
 In the midst of a pleasant drizzle, I caught the thin streak of water flowing through the spout from the roof shelter of the balcony.( From my hill series.)

Sky watch during a grey evening over 'Shivalik hills' in September 2015. 

Friends,welcome here as always!

This post is part of:Good FencesSky Watch Friday

Monday, October 19, 2015


       White twins in our front yard.

Shed no tear! O shed no tear!
The flower will bloom another year.
Weep no more! O weep no more!
Young buds sleep in the root's white core.  -    John Keats

image courtesy Internet

Our backyard has these purple blooms spreading their sunny radiance!

The golden yellow from the nearby park.

The luxuriant yellow spread along the roadside in our colony.

Embellishing our backyard with their joyful smiles!

Friends,welcome here as always!

The post is part of:Our World Tuesday, image-in-ing, Today's Flowers
Nature Notes, Outdoor Wednesday , Wordless Wednesday
ABC Wednesday   ( O is for 'our world')

Friday, October 16, 2015


 Two shots of the week!

Sunrise in the urban milieu. Shot taken from the backyard of our house at Patiala, yesterday.

The Neem stands as a sentinel behind the protective hedge of a house in our neighborhood.Early morning click.

Linking to: GOOD FENCESSky Watch Friday,
Nature Notes,Outdoor Wednesday , Trees and bushes 

Friends,welcome here as always!

Friday, October 9, 2015


Iron fence guarding the well maintained space beyond the boundary wall of a beautiful house in our neighborhood. Shot taken during an early morning outing last week.

Clear blue sky smiling at the green belt of trees and bushes. At 8'o clock in the morning, the mild sun spreading soft haze in the park, close by to our residence.

 Friends,welcome here as always!

Linking to:
Good Fences,    Sky Watch Friday .

Outdoor Wednesday, Nature Notes

Thursday, October 1, 2015


Challenge for October is: SHELTER

Here  is the shot of a shelter  in  our neighborhood meant for saving the vehicles  from the onslaught of inclement weather conditions!

Friends,welcome here as always!

Sharing with:  CDP Theme Day

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 The scene captured during my morning walk!

Twin gates  of the houses on the outer road of our community. The residents of  these houses have an advantage as they overlook a beautiful park, where i often go for a walk.

Sharing with: Good Fences

This sky watch refers to the cloudy weather conditions, prevailing more than a fortnight back, when monsoon rains were on the last leg of their tour for the season!

Sharing with: Sky Watch Friday

Friends, welcome here as always!