A few memories, sentiments and tales of my travels mainly in India, an attempt at photography, and at times, some reflections on other topics.
C (imagining me shouting your name loudly on that hill),Awesome photo. Me planning for Leh this year if things work out.Internet's up. Back to blogging after eons.Yenjoy maadi :)
So serene an image !Great to view river Indus so leisurely flowing oblivious to her tremendous contribution towards a great civilisation...It's a meaningful sharing, Celine !
This was simply breathtaking!
BEAUTIFUL and very serene, i want to go there one day :)
this is too idyllic for words..
Oh! All the subtle colors and lots of textures in this photo.
wow so beautiful!Keshi.
Excellent photography, transported me to this place while sitting here in office!
I enlarged the photo, Celine, to feast on the textures and the expansiveness of it all. And then you took the BIG picture and compressed it into a few words, little more than a sigh. Whoever came up with the notion of haiku must have been a peaceful soul.
yes, and the blue sky :)
Loved it!The mysteries of Leh and Ladakh have always fascinated me no end.
Tejas,Hello there, thanks. Leh is great, go, go and enjoy lots.It's really been ages since I've seen you around. Welcome back to blogworld, my friend.:)
Saibal,Well said, thanks. Is it that nature is oblivious to human beings and their thoughts, and yet we are a part and parcel of that very same nature?
John,Thanks, and good to see you drop by again.:)
Kate,It is indeed. I hope you get a chance to, someday.:)
Lakshmi,That's a sweet comment. Thanks.:)
Chewy:An artistic interpretation of a picture. Thank you.:)
Keshi,It is, thank you.:)
Iona,Thank you. Delighted to know that.:)
San,Thank you. You have beautifully described the essence and commended the Haiku creators.If you ever reach India someday, you must pass by Leh, Ladakh. It is daringly different, and awesome.:)
Priyank,I tried to fit in the blue sky in the little Haiku in vain. Welcome back, my friend, and I shall visit your space shortly.:)
Sameera,Thank you. Leh, Ladakh is indeed enigmatic. I hope you get a chance to be there some day.:)
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