Everyday musings ….Life as I see it…….my space, my reflections and thoughts !!
“The most important thing in communication is to hear what isn’t being said”. Peter Drucker.
Len’s Artists Challenge # 118 : Communication!
Pictures speak in volumes….loved all the pics…but i truly understood what the birds and coconuts spoke❤❤
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Thanks Roshni. Only a few understand nature ❤️
Wow..So beautiful, dear Radhika! You are so talented!
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Thanks a lot Ramya for the lovely compliment 🤗
Loved the captions for the excellent pics.
Thank you so much Punam!
All those captions suited the pictures perfectly well!
Coconut picture is my favourite!!❤️
Glad you liked the coconut Hema. Many thanks 💞
My pleasure, ma’am!💖
I will repeat the clichéd adage-A picture is worth a thousand words ! 🙂
I agree. Thanks Indira!
Beautiful pictures and pictures too speak volumes, Radhika. Great post.
Thanks so much Kamal!
You are welcome Radhika.
Lovely pictures! Ooh I love horses 💖
and the coconut one is so cute!
Thanks Prerna. Glad you connected with those pictures 💙
I love your captions, R. Beautiful pictures
Thanks HS 😊
Hello Radhika Human. Thank you for responding to my challenge with these photos from your part of the world. And I especially thank you for the photo of the two equines. They are my brothers in spirit! 🐴
Thank you Era 🙂
Absolutely stunning! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks so much ❤️
Loved the pictures and their captions.. great work Radhika❤️
Thank you Divya:)
I loveeeeeee your photography skills. I’m also trying to improve on that but you set to inspire me.,☺️☺️
Thanks so much Aarushi for your kind words. I am also learning the nuances of using the camera and light right 🙂
My pleasure.. I actually joined a course for smartphone photography. Hope it helps..🧐🧐
All your photos have a serene touch. They’re lovely and deep. ❤
Many thanks Anisha. Happy that you find them serene!
Such beautiful pictures, really lovely 👌👌👌 the cormorants picture especially is a classic 🙂
Thanks so much Deb. That pic was clicked in Ashthamudi!
Images that speak a million words…so many things can be conjured up!
Yup! Thanks Sunita
Exquisite post, Radhika! Love all of your photos… both informative and soul-stirring!
Thanks for sharing! Have a great day! Cheryl 🙂
Glad you liked them Cheryl. Many thanks. ❤ !
What a range of amazing communications, silent ones are so beautiful!
Beautiful post, Radhika. May I transfer Peter Drucker’s affirmation towards your post.” An important thing of pictures is demonstrating what hasn’t been seen”
Thank you so much Cornelia ❤ !
Starting from a wonderful quote, all the pictures are amazing. I love the mother and baby photo lovely thought and the news paper rare picture indeed. And love your love on Biasini
Thanks so much Meenakshi for the appreciation 💙
Excellent examples. Well done.
Thank you John
Well you have definitely covered a wide range of examples this week Radhika! The coconuts are the runaway favorites but I’m partial to your closing horse image myself! A lovely ode to biasini 🙂
Thank you so much Tina. I am so glad you liked them…yes the horse picture is close to my heart too 💙
Awesome pictures and captions Radhika !! 💕
The print media looks super cool. Olden times. Beautiful pictures and the quote.
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Beautifully expressed ❤👌
A totally lovely post – and love your tribute to Biasini!
Hi, Radhika. I especially love your image of the musician and the horses. I’m sure Biasini will appreciate their lovely gesture of love!
Thank you so much Patti. Have a lovely weekend 💖
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so pleased I found your site…love those images …love the photo of the Musician.
Cormorants stand for black is beautiful
Thank you Elvis!
Wow Ma’am!!! Loved all the clicks, especially the tender coconut. You are marvel. 🙂
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