I asked the Man to skip stones for me, so that I can take some photographs. Instead, he collected multiple stones and flung them all together. That’s how he skipped skipping stones and created these artful ripples. I didn’t get what I wanted, yet I am delighted with […]
I got a call from one of my students of 2016 batch yesterday morning . Year 2020 had dealt another blow. We lost our friend, a 20 year old girl, her mother and her 15 year old brother in a car accident. The car rammed into a stationary […]
November Photo A Day Challenge, by City Sonnet, Day 23 What if you could eat all you want and still stay fit? These days everything I eat seems to gather around my face. Don’t you agree with Julia Child when she says People who love to eat are always the […]
I was jolted awake from my peaceful Sunday morning sleep by the sound of old Hindi Movie songs blaring outside my open window. Generally, waking up to loud music is a phenomenon which occurs on Independence Day and Republic Day . It was quite unusual for a regular […]
November Photo A Day Challenge, by City Sonnet, Day 22 “The World is a book and those who do not travel read only a page.” Saint Augustine So pack your bags and travel.
November Photo A Day Challenge, by City Sonnet, Day 21 Street There is a lot happening on streets. Oblivious to the rest of the world, the scripted and often unscripted play unfolds. And somewhere there is a person with a lens, probably a voyeur capturing that act , which is […]
Sun was fighting a losing battle today.He tried but the clouds were stronger and he couldn’t free himself from their hooded captivity. He was denied even a teeny glimpse of his ardent admirer who was waiting with the lens focused on him. Yet, he let me know that […]
November Photo A Day Challenge, by City Sonnet, Day 20 Old More than anything else, the word old, reminds me of old photographs. A moment frozen in colour or sepia. A portal to travel back in time to that moment . Fragments of memories that we leave behind for our […]
This post is for the good men in my life. Particularly to the one who changed my life. My family was statistically, a female dominated one; my Daddy being the only male member. Having a father who was conservative, protective and also who was a police officer; my […]
One liner Wednesday hosted by Linda . He conveyed everything unsaid, through that hug, hoping that she would feel the warmth of his love till they meet again.