Wordless Wednesday #4
Animals in Human Voices #6
When it is time to hit the hay, you say ‘lights out’. But here I am, half asleep when light is actually out spreading its rays.
In this regard, don’t judge my slumber time. I was in a shift, busy hunting rats yester night.
Wordless Wednesday #3
“You run the slideshow of your favourite photographs on the computer.
You forget the world on seeing you together with that special one, just like the time it was taken when you had lost yourself in her eyes.
I shut my eyes to pause the world, and when I open them back, the lost moments come alive. Continue reading
In your colours, we see love!
In your beauty, we make poems!
In your elegance, we paint art!
In your fragrance, we offer prayers!
LINK – Solution to Puzzle – SoCS
Thank you all for your patience! Those who don’t get a hold, kindly read the previous post for better understanding.
Loge – Iapetus – Narvi – Kari
These are the satellites of the planet Saturn. Had you noticed the word ‘satellite’ that was present in the previous post, the ‘connecting link‘ would have been a cakewalk. The hint wasn’t planned to be placed, but a mere coincidence. The word ‘satellite’ didn’t lead me to my line of thoughts. It was just a traceback.
Why did I choose Saturn?
I tried to frame a meaningful acrostic for LINK but couldn’t come up with any (without much planning; that’s a condition for the SoCS prompt). I started the previous post with technical jargon, which included uplinks and downlinks. That gave me the thought of space, and I got inspiration from a recent news article of planets visible to the naked eye. Continue reading
Human Photography Tales
Photo with someone tall?
Given a choice among all out there!
.. Unpaid selfie stick!
.. Kneel with kids!
.. Show just your face from behind!
Photo with someone fair?
Filters make them a daytime ghost! Continue reading
When you’re bored at night, throw some light.
Turning off lights on Earth Hour, I go to the terrace.
I admire the beauty of the full moon, thinking about the billion-year-old firefly that lights it, standing on Earth.
Earth Hour, organized by World Wide Fund for Nature, is a global grassroots movement uniting people to take action on environmental issues and protect the planet. Engaging a massive mainstream community, Earth Hour was famously started as a lights out event in Sydney, Australia in 2007.
It is an annual event held towards the end of March every year when people across the globe turn off their non-essential lights for one hour as a commitment towards a better future.
Yes, it makes a difference.
Syzygy isn’t something that’s related only to astronomy. I browsed to find details on the word’s origin and Continue reading
Birds in Human Voices #5
“Life or death, we’ll face together.
This plant is our relief shelter.
Only God knows,
if we’ll survive the cyclone tonight!
His existence was passive. He was ebbing away from pleasures and surrounded himself with the dark in a toneless residence.
He strongly believed that colours deceived.
But, he was active in capturing the lies, Continue reading
Animals in Human Voices #5
Will it only be humans, who enjoy coffee during rain?
This is entirely my territory and now, it’s my turn to irritate you with photographs.
Animals in Human Voices #4
Birds in Human Voices #4
I’m grateful that you’ve put my egg safely back into the nest, when I was busy searching for food. I gotta be more careful of my neighboring foes.
Animals in Human Voices #3
Stupid people have labelled me unlucky.
That’s why I’m running out without catching anyone’s attention.
Birds in Human Voices #3
Cake – Tuesday Photo Challenge
We don’t tend to forget the first.
This is one such sponge cake 🍰 .
This is a pic of the first ever cake I’ve baked on my dad’s birthday last year.
My sincere apologies to all those whose appetite is kindled at this odd hour.
This is a response post to Tuesday Photo Challenge prompt of this week by jansenphoto.
Animals in Human Voices #2
What gives you immense pleasure in destroying my home?
Don’t be extremely addicted to your taste buds.