Everyday musings ….Life as I see it…….my space, my reflections and thoughts !!
In response to Cee’s B&W photo challenge: Half circles,Arches and Domes.
the stories buried
Udaipur city palace
Museum @ Vatican
Ponte Vecchio , Florence
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Thank you Sangeetha 😊
Thanks Tanu. Good to see you after a long time!
Enjoyed this post.
You’re welcome my friend stay blessed
Thanks a lot Punam!
You are welcome, Radhika.
Beautiful, Very Nice Clicks.
Thank you Sri
I love ancient architecture
That’s nice. They have a kind of magical allure.
I can talk about these but the thread is not long enough. I have to ask if you’ve been to some of those places tho. Maybe I can see them through your eyes
Yes Jude. They were all clicked when we visited those places. For any photo challenge, I always put pics from my collection only.
The stories you can tell! I need to interview you sometime 😇
You are welcome 😊
I learnt a new word….Monolithic😊.
Are the pics clicked by you?
😊. Yes Chetna!
Oh what marvelous arches and domes for this week. Thanks so much for playing along 😀
Thanks Cee. My pleasure 😊
Oh, so many stories! 😀Radhika, you capture the wonder of these amazing architecture brilliantly. The photos are stunning and wonderfully atmospheric!
Thank you so much Annika.
Radhika, enjoyed the haiku and photos. Thank you for posting. A few of these places I have seen, and the rest I will enjoy online.
Stay well and happy!
Thanks Cheryl. Sadly for some time now, it’s going to be only virtual travel. Stay safe!!
Thank you Era 🙂
Pleasure is all mine 😊😊
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Splendid and fantastic pictures of beautiful places, Radhika.
Many thanks Kamal
You are always welcome dear Radhika 😊😊😊
Wow! This is so beautiful!
It’s my pleasure🤗
Thank you my friend 😊
You are quite welcome 🙂
Beautiful captures and places Radhika, I’ve been at those places too, except Udaipur, I was near (Jaipur)!!!
Wonderful Paulo. Which other places have you visited in India?
Delhi, Agra and naturally Goa (my ancestor’s land).
Yes: “the stories buried”. There’s so much that gets lost to time. So much we forget. So much we destroy, and even what we have we may become uncertain to the truth of it. You always pack a punch in short pieces.
Thanks a ton Benjamin. These monuments have withstood the vagaries of time for centuries. Just trying to imagine all the stories they hold within their walls gives me goosebumps!
Yes. If only walls could talk!
Beautiful shares of yours, Radhika, thank you so much. I have been to all of those amazing places, being European. Udaipur is on of my favorite places in India, I visited a few years ago. If I am not too nosy, may I ask where you live in India?
You seem to be an avid traveler Cornelia. That’s wonderful. I live in Hyderabad. Have you been here?
Thank you Radhika, yes I am a traveler, at least I used to be. I have not been in Hyderabad, mostly I travelled in places in Rajasthan, Ahemadabad and Haridwar, as a solo traveler. Thank you for your response.
Wonderful. Do write about your travel experiences. Would love to read about them. If you have already done so, please share the link. Have a nice weekend Cornelia!
Radhika, thank you, I have posted quite a lot, like over the last three or four years ago, it’s probably time consuming for your to scroll back in my blog. Enjoy your Sunday.
Oh ok. Will check it out. Thanks Cornelia. You too have a great Sunday!
Lovey pictures and the words complementing, R! The stories buried is so haunting – every time I visit one such monument, I cannot but help wonder about the times these edifices must have seen and the secrets they hold, which watered down versions we only read about and draw conjectures.
Thank you N. Yes agree. If only those walls could talk….. 🙂
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The clicks are amazing. The stories buried is the interesting part attached to the monuments.
I agree. Thanks Kritika!
My pleasure 🙂 🙂
The words attached with beautiful pictures transform the feel❤️👌🏻🙏🏻
Every such archaeological grandeur has numerous stories buried under it.
Lovely take, Radhika… 👍👍
Thank you Mani
Architecturel wonders and charming magic of black and white!
Yes,each monument might be having so many untold mystries.
I loved your photographs. ❣
Thank you Anisha ♥️
Mesmerising pictures shared
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