Everyday musings ….Life as I see it…….my space, my reflections and thoughts !!
Clouds floating adrift
Sun casting shadows that shift
Fragrance in a whiff
Leaf washed ashore swift
Rainbow in the sky is a gift
All transient, yet beautiful!
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Fluffy clouds, the best!!
Beautiful pictures with apt lines, Radhika.👌
Thank you Sudalai 🙂
Thanks Shreya 🙂
Awesome lines appealing to all senses!
Thank you Shaloo 🙂
Wow! Those white flowers are my favourite. I love the fragrance. I recently asked Rekha what they are called,(forgot what she said 😛).
Beautiful pictures. 👍💙
Thanks. They are called Firangipani or Plumeria. Their fragrance smells heavenly. We have plenty of them in our complex.
If I may interject, the Indian name is ‘champa’
Kunal, just googled it. Both the names are right !
Thanks for letting me know 🙂
Welcome dear ☺️
Superb lines and photographs too
Thank you Meenakshi!
What a lovely assortment of clicks, all so apt to transient.
Thank you Daneel!
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Thank you ☺️
nature showers its bounties on us. We are busy with electronic gadgets ,political upheavals, or humdrum of social circles.
Thanks for reminding us of Gods gift of nature in such soulful words.
Such true words!!
I loved how you tied together the photos and the lines. Absolutely brilliant! ❤😊
Shweta, thanks a lot for the lovely comment 😇
It was an absolute pleasure to read 💕😊
A great selection of photos of transient things… 🙂
Beautiful they all are…loved the concept of the last one…. 🙂
Glad to hear that Mani. Thanks 😊
As always, every picture is like a story in itself. Lovely, Radhika!
Thanks for reminding us of Gods gift of nature in such soulful words. !
Glad that you liked it. Thank you so much ☺️
I am glad you liked it. Thank you so much!
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