Everyday musings ….Life as I see it…….my space, my reflections and thoughts !!
Scabrous edges blend
chiseled emotions transform
grand creative art
Sri Krishna Temple, Udupi
The temple chariot
Sun Temple, Konark
Cholamandalam Art Village, Chennai
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Beautiful photos R! Nice words too!
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Thank u so much HS ❣️
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Black and White are more colourful and conveys lot of meaning, Nice Photos Radhika.
Yes, they bring in a sense of a unique charm to the picture. Thanks Sri!
Lovely photos !
You have showcased the best of our heritage, Radhika!👌🏼
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Thanks a lot Punam.
You are welcome.
Nice Collection of pictures Radhika! All historic, black and white suits them 👌
Many thanks Sureka!
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This is so beautiful 💜
Many thanks 😊
so beautiful 💛
Gratitude Era ❣️
Thank you Rajani!
Pictures look good in monochrome, Radhika!
Thank you Indira!
Wow! Mindblowing pictures Radhika and the words gel beautifully in the divine.
Thanks Vishal. Have a lovely Sunday evening!
Thanks so much 😀
Beautiful collections of pictures and brilliantly penned, Radhika❣️
Thanks a bunch Shruthi ♥️
Always my pleasure 😇
Good image: “chiseled emotions”
So beautiful Radhika, have a nice Sunday!!!
Awesome pictures so well taken, Radhika. Black and white too have such great emotions in them.
I agree. Thanks Kamal
Radhika, I enjoyed the perfect haiku and the beautiful historic photos! Thank you for sharing them. All the best! Cheryl
So very glad to hear that Cheryl. Many thanks. Have a lovely week ahead!
Oh what brilliant photos you have for us this week. Thanks so much for playing along 😀
Absolutely my pleasure Cee. Thank you 😊
Thank you Shreya 😊
The photographs are awesome.
Many thanks Kritika!
You are welcome 🙂
Beautiful pictures 😍👌
the architecture is so exquisite!
All are very rare seen and values teaching photographs
Beautiful images shared
Glad you liked them. Thanks Tanvir
Beautiful pictures and Haiku capturing architectural wonders. 🙂
Thank you Aishwarya!
Welcome, Ma’am. 🙂
Very nice pictures, beutiful details!
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I sure hope you have a wonderful weekend.
Thanks so much Cee. Honored 🤗. Wishing you a great weekend too.
😀 I shall have a great weekend 😀
Thank you Henry!
Excellent photos, R. And scabrous is such a perfect word to describe the rustic charm of the surfaces.
Thanks a lot N. 😊
I am so happy to say that I had been to Udupi Sri Krishna temple.. and that too last year July ❤
Thanks Nima. Wow! That’s nice. I am sure at that time of the year, the temple isn’t so crowded. Hope you had a good darshan. Udupi is so beautiful during the rains. 😇
It was not crowded when we visited. Have been waiting so long to visit the temple.. last year we could.. !! 🙂
Such beautiful sculptures… I am always awestruck by old Indian architecture…
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Woah. Those photos are amazing. I like the third photo the most. It’s so unique. Thank you for posting out! I hope I can see more photos like you posted!
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