December 6, 2010

What a wonderful world...

I'm singing the
Louis Armstrong
version of this track
as I put up this post for




I see trees of green, red roses too
My room with a view

I see them bloom, for me and you

And I think to myself...
What a wonderful world!

I see skies of blue, and clouds of white
Camel Back's Road

The bright blessed day, the dark sacred night
A late evening moon

And I think to myself...
What a wonderful world!

The colors in the rainblow, so pretty in the sky
Sunset in the Himalayas

And also on the faces of people going by
Children residing near Company Bagh

I see friends shaking hands, saying: How do you do?
They are really saying: I love you.

Watching the world go by from the window!

I hear babies cry, I watch them grow
They'll know
much more, than I'll ever know
And I think to myself...
What a wonderful world!

~ All photographs from my archives of:


Mridula said...

Lovely set of pictures and the kids look super cute!

Y. Ikeda said...

Your world is absolutely wonderful!!! Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful day in a wonderful world:)

chitra said...

Lovely flowers and the sky pics are awesome.

Nature Rambles said...

I sang along as I went through your awesome images. What wonderful views...I'll need to come back and sing some more!:)

Photo Cache said...

I sang along with you too. Did you hear how great our harmony was?

This is one lovely post. It is a wonderful world.

Nisha said...

Beautiful photos.

One question.. I think I have asked you this earlier too.

Why have you decided to give short feed since last few months ? It is very difficult for people to go to site on every update. People always prefer to read posts through reader and wherever they think they have something to say, they come & comment.

Of course, you are free to do what you want with your blog but people think you are in a way 'forcing' them to come to your blog by giving short feeds. :)

I would be interested to know if you noticed any changes in visitor's pattern since you shifted to short feed?

Keep travelling.

Rosadimaggio63 said...

Bellissime immagini, come sempre.
Buona serata... i bimbi sono meravigliosi !
Myriam :))

Sylvia K said...

Oh, yes! You had me singing too! What a lovely world you have indeed and you've captured it so beautifully! We should all get together and sing! What fun that would be! Have a great week!


Al said...

That is certainly a wonderful part of the world! Louis Armstrong is one of my favorite musicians, in fact now I'm going to have to pull out one of his albums to listen to.

I'd love to see your 4,500 m elevation photos!

SandyCarlson said...

A stunningly beautiful world, to be sure. Thank you, friend.

J Bar said...

Terrific shots.

Indrani said...

Beautiful captures.

Bhupesh said...

It make me miss my Shimla days!

beautiful pictures


Randi said...

Yes, this is a wonderland! Your beautiful shots proofs it!

BraCom (Bram) said...

Beautiful My World Tuesday posting

Have a nice week,
Greetings, Bram

Link to My Word Tuesday post!

Seen on My World Tuesday

Tarun Mitra said...

wonderful indeed :)

Anonymous said...

What gorgeous photos of a wonderful world!

cyclopseven said...

Soul filling pictures. What a wonderful world.

Serline said...

What an awesome sunset shot! Excellent tribute and choice of song ;-)

magiceye said...


shooting star said...

lovely pictures....especially of the blooming flowers and the sunset!!!.....
i have been couple of times to mussorie...didnt find it amazing..but charming it is....

Carver said...

Fantastic shots of a beautiful place. I've always loved that song and have Louis Armstrong singing it on an album.

Gattina said...

Luis Armstrong is right ! what a wonderful world you are living in !

NatureFootstep said...

you live in a fantastic world. To have such a view from your window.

Is it clouds or mist in that first photo?

Hooked on Memes said...

I have heard of the beauty of Mussoorie and your pictures prove the claims are not exaggerated! Thanks for sharing these beautiful sights.

Patsi said...

Amazing views !!!
Having trouble reading your header..but still get the idea of what you're saying.

I see some very interesting labels that I must take a look at...poetry,parks and words I have yet to learn...sorry.

Love finding new bloggers.

Rajesh said...

Terrific shots. Each one of them unique and lovely.

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

I love this post. I could hear ol' Louis singing the song as I viewed the photos. Thank you so much. Very beautifully done.

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Tammie Lee said...

I could hear the song as I looked at your wonderful photos~