Dear Twilight, You might be a little surprised at hearing from me. Even worst, you might find my letter as part of a pile and not even glance at it with interest, for you it may be just another adulatory missive. But, at the risk of sounding similar to many, many others, let me confess… Continue reading Grateful and Guilty
Sometimes, even a couple of kids at home can be a handful. They may be doing their own thing and still drive you up the wall. Fighting amongst themselves, playing musical toys with only one key being pushed insistently, making a grand mess with blocks, soft toys and other assorted entertaining contraptions that you bought… Continue reading Sometimes I clutch my head…
This is a landscape I love, for I gaze at it many times during the day. I take my morning coffee overlooking this scene, read the paper, looking up to drink in the scene and simply spend a few moments with nature.
Here is a swarm of schoolchildren coming out from school, discussing the exam they had just taken.
I took many pictures and in some the crowd was considerably larger to qualify as a swarm but the background was better in this one.
Assignment for Photography 101: Swarm
“My salad days. When I was green in judgement: cold in blood.” Said Cleopatra, the words put in her mouth by the bard Shakespeare. In language, the phrase denotes a time of youthfulness, inexperience and innocence, enthusiasm or even idealism. So, I thought hard about my own salad days. When was it all? Youth, ages… Continue reading Salad Days
Just a few days back, it seems (maybe a month and a half), I was jubilant at getting followers. I promised my friend a huge party when I got 10 followers. I started my blog because I wanted to write; because I wanted to share. Sure, once you start, you find what things you are… Continue reading Followers, followers everywhere…