In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Grid.”
HISTORY SPEAKS FOR ITSELF
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Monochromatic.”
THOSE ARE THE GOOD DAYS OF MY LIFE!
A good day is a day that has a little of everything and everyone I like and love. Art, history and culture is a part of this. I love visiting new places and seeing the historical monuments and paintings of the city or town.
A good day is also a calm day. A time when I am alone and just absorbed in the calmness and peace of nature. It brings inner peace and closure in many ways. Whether it is just watching misty mountains or watching the incessant beach waves, the feeling is unparalleled.
A good day is a day well spent with family and friends who you appreciate and whose company you love. They can make you smile in a jiffy and your problems are no longer existent.
Finally, a good day is when you are at a job doing what you love. A day filled with colour. A day filled with a little of everything that makes you happy. These pictures simply show the days I felt really happy, visiting new places and living each moment as it came.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Today Was a Good Day.”
THE DAKSHINACHITRA LIBRARY: A TREASURE TROVE FOR ART LOVERS
I climbed up the staircase. On my way up, I saw a lovely set of yellow lampshades decorating the white wall on my left. A beautiful lady dressed in hues of kumkum red, holding an instrument in her hand, adorned with traditional jewellery lent the lampshade an ethnic tinge. There was something about the decor that made me like the place at once.
As I climbed further, I reached a corridor. I turned left and found the glass door that opened into the world where I believe I belonged. I pushed the door and entered. Wooden cabinets with glass doors were lined in a row. One glimpse at what they housed was enough to tell me that the next hour was going to be spent there. Continue reading
INTRICATE WONDERS BROUGHT TO LIFE BY SKILLED FINGERS
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Intricate.”