He is one of the regulars at our balcony.
With a slight tilt of his head, he is waiting for me to go away so that he can peacefully pick from the bread pieces that we put out for him and others like him.
And the wait is over……. 🙂
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The Structure of an everyday thing:
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A corner portion of a quaint little temple beneath a huge tree: (Location: Suburb of Bangalore, India)
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Weekly Photo Challenge: Texture.
Rangoli is a colourful design created to decorate the floor (generally near the entrance) on auspicious occasions. The one in this picture is a Floral Rangoli, made with colourful flower petals.
This flower carpet was created at the entrance of a wedding venue, to welcome the bridal couple. What better way to enter a new phase of your life, than by walking on a carpet of flowers!
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Watching these pretty flowers blossom on the house-plant gives true Satisfaction.
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Old country-side is fast changing into modern constructions, especially on the outskirts of the metropolitan cities.
In the foreground is the Tulsi Katta or a special place for Holy Basil, which is often found in the courtyards of the old country-side houses. Just across the road are under-construction, tall, high-rise buildings – a sign of modernisation. This is the transition evident in the developing parts of the big cities.
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In and out of Focus:
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Rows of beautifully carved pillars standing in neat order.
Location: Temple of Lord Vishnu, Bangalore (India).
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Whether happiness, sorrow or anything else, everything in life is momentary — like a bubble.
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A small cannon that was used by the Maratha warriors to fight against the invaders.
Note the carving of an elephant head at its base.
Now this cannon is placed by the entrance of the palace of Raja Shivaji’s descendants.
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