Bliss – The Words

Savannah grassland.  Favourite tent. Iincredible guiding. Lion cubs, leopards, elephants.  Bliss Heading home after a hard day’s work. Kicking off tight shoes. Simple food. A glass of wine. Comfortable bed.  Bliss. Walking barefoot… Continue reading

Developing The Eye – One – Bliss

The theme for day 4 of the Developing the eye – one course is Bliss. Cuddling up after a satisfying meal! Bliss! #developingyoureye    

Water – The Words

Recently, a joke on the internet ran thus – a child was asked by his teacher to spell “water”. The response was immediate, “h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o”. The puzzled… Continue reading

Developing The Eye – One – Water

The theme for day 3 of the Developing the eye – one course is Water. This wave just speaks to me! #developingyoureye

Street – The Words

Today’s theme for the Developing an eye course is “Street” . It seems to me a perfect follow up to yesterday’s theme – home. A street, according to Wikipedia, is a paved road.… Continue reading

Developing The Eye – One – Street

This is my choice for day 2 of the Developing the eye – one course. The theme is Street. The word “street” comes from Latin: “via strata” or paved road. This is perhaps,… Continue reading

Home – The Words

Home. A four letter word – of the happiest kind. To use the word as a theme for a photography course / writing challenge seemed to me a bit simplistic. Till I began… Continue reading

Developing The Eye – One – Home

This is a 10 day photography course I have enrolled in – with a photograph a day based on a theme suggested by WordPress!  I am going to use this as an opportunity… Continue reading

Crafting In Compassion

There ARE people in this world who care about wildlife, about the environment. People who, never having visited Africa or Asia, still feel the need to contribute towards the protection of the wildlife… Continue reading

The Pyjama Tale

I enjoyed reading a little story and forwarded it to some of my friends and family on WhatsApp. It went something like this (allowing for translation from Hindi to English where much of… Continue reading

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