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Monday, November 16, 2015


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There are  some poor people in villages, who keep a flock of goats, and lambs born to them are taken care of, for a few months and then at the right time, sold to meat shops in the city. 
Below are two young urchins, carrying wooden sticks, out in the late afternoon - busy in an animated conversation-  to help the lambs, have some green bites on the roadside.

Designer pruning of the 'Ashoka' trees in the front of a house in our neighborhood, which attracted my attention.

Even though autumn is half way through here, this bush in one of our parks is green and resplendent with delicate marshmallow type flowers! Early morning shot today. Pure blue sky feels so peaceful!
Absent from the cyber world for more than a week, waiting for the creative juices to flow again. I'm back to share with you some of my 'KODAK' moments.

Friends,welcome here as always and thanks for the support!

This post is part of:
Our World,
Nature Notes
Wordless Wednesday 
Outdoor Wednesday 


  1. Beautiful post Love the photo of the boy with the lambs

  2. Nice recording of events around you.

  3. Hari om
    And Uppals clicks are beautiful!!! YAM xx

  4. Beautiful place to get away from the hustle and bustle, but I realize that I get antsy when I can't so online or use my SmartPhone. I don't think that is a good thing.
    Thanks for sharing at

  5. yes, there is beauty all around if we just notice it. :)

  6. Lovely images. The trees are beautiful. I like the shot of the boy with the goats. Have a happy day!

  7. So many images and so many stories to tell :)

    Indeed! This world is full of surprises. Being mindful is the key.

    Always a pleasure to have you on board, Uppaljee.

  8. I enjoy seeing what you see. Thank you for sharing.
    JM, IL-U.S.A.

  9. Well done thank you

  10. Those trees have interesting shapes, I can see why they got your attention! Wonderful shot of the boys with the goats.

  11. Wonderful photos from the world that side, and I like how the Ashoka tree was designed

  12. And I enjoyed your Kodak moments very much... Thank you... Michelle