In response to WordPress Photo Challenge : Narrow
The narrow, winding village paths beckon me.
– Rabindranath Tagore
“Hey! Look Up!” said the Shark Balloon.
In response to Photo Challenge ‘Partners’ -Whether two of a kind or ten, give us subjects that are in sync with one another — show us partnerships.
Partners share secrets …..
Last night,when I saw the Photo Challenge theme-Weight(less): show us the effect of gravity in your photo this week – my imagination went on an over drive:I saw astronauts in white suits and helmets floating around in space;I visualized the terrified faces of people shouting ‘hooooo’ ,’squeee aiii eee’ as the roller coaster plunged down at a nerve-racking speed;I heard my physics teacher’s words ringing in my ears “you can experience weightlessness in a freely falling elevator”.
I decided to give this challenge a pass. I knew I did not have anything in my photo archive that would match the theme. I shut the laptop and went to bed.It was late -Husband was snoring and Junior was somewhere in his dreamland.
Then, this morning when I drew the window curtains and looked out, I found this:
Three little girls hanging upside down from a bench with the sun shining right on their face. They even flashed the victory sign when they saw the camera.
when you want something,
all the universe conspires in helping you
to achieve it
Jack and Jill went up the hill
Jack turned around
His balance was not sound
Oops! He fell and slid down
Thankfully !He did not break his crown
In response to WordPress Photo Challenge: Oops!
In response to Eye Spy
Those eyes, that pretty nose,
Although aside from these, she’s got so much of those!
Wide-eyed Betty Boop of the 1930s has fan following even today. Found this sticker on a motor bike a few years ago.
It is a very early morning on Pondicherry beach. Mr. Crow, perched on the promenade fence is watching the sunrise.
The Sun is still low on the horizon. Soft, pastel hues of red, orange and pink are slowly filling up the sky. The fishermen are already at work. They had gone out to the sea before dawn and spread their nets.Now, it is time to haul in the catch.
‘Caw,Caw,Caw!’ Mr. Crow is joined by three friends. They meet-and-greet.
‘Caw,Caw,Caw – Buddies, ready for Mrs.Iyer’s kitchen raid today?’ The trio plan and plot.
Mr. Crow moves away from the trio. At present, he prefers to watch the sunrise.
Do we take time out of our busy schedules to watch and appreciate nature?
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Victory.”
In a remote village of India
In a school with blue benches and stone floors
A teacher toils hard everyday
The message on the wall is his VICTORY