Humming a well remembered lyric Reading a good book A sweet dream The murmur of a brook Wind through the trees A solution to a nagging problem A phone call from a friend, I haven’t spoken to in some time Cooking a yummy meal from scratch Fitting into that old outfit A light drizzle Re… Continue reading Friday Listicles: 12 Things that make me Happy!
Posted in response to Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge.
One of Gustave Caillebotte’s best known works, the 1877 oil painting, ‘Paris Street; Rainy Day’ depicts a road intersection. The arrangement of roads and buildings is such that it allows him to use a ‘two-point perspective‘. A gaze at a landscape, a street, a crowded square can be meaningful if one uses different angles and… Continue reading Point of View
“Man is born free; and everywhere he is in chains”- Rousseau
I have noticed that man likes to put chains on his possessions as well.
Posted in response to PhoTrablogger’s Mundane Monday Challenge.
Being a voracious reader, I like to read book after book, with scarce a pause in between. I can be reading up to three different books at a time. When I am full of one, or overwhelmed with the thought thread in another, I only have to turn to yet another. Good books nourish the… Continue reading Friday Listicles: Top 5 Literary Fixes
I lost my white chopping board. And mislaid a spoon. Normally, in the clutter of my house, I wouldn’t notice if an entire basket of fruit disappeared-polished off by my children, of course. And dust lies so thick on everything else that the original colour of things cannot be ascertained, nor their shapes. Everything is… Continue reading Lost
Since childhood, I have read books, books and more books. Many a times, I am asked to talk about my favourite ones. Or put out a Must read list. Although everyone has a different experience while reading, based on their likes, leanings and perception of the world, there really are many books that appeal to… Continue reading My Recent Reads