I am back for another black and white Wednesday. This is another photo from grandma's village. I realized recently that it is an old habit of mine to carry my 'point and shoot' digital camera around ever since i bought my first digital camera about seven years ago. And the village folks are generally amused when they see a young woman walking around the village with a camera in her hand, clicking at everything she sees. It so happened that six years ago when i visited this village i clicked some photos of a mother hen with about a dozen new-born chicks. They were really cute to look at. Apparently the lady who owned them still asks grandma about me and every single time they talk about how i went around those chicken for good photos. Don't know where i lost those old photos now. At least this time around, i have this blog to preserve these memories and to share with you.
The above picture has two little pomegranates on the tree. There is also a guava tree growing right next to the pomegranate tree and there is one little 'not yet ripe' guava amidst the large guava leaves. Can you spot it?
Happy Dussehra friends :-)
Looks like a photo of my parent's backyard! Yes I can spot the guava :)ReplyDelete
yay! thanks :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful click..Guavas,wow missing it..ReplyDelete
absolutely fantastic clik..:)ReplyDelete
Julie, Priya, Jay - thank you kindlyReplyDelete
I can spot the guava too! Love the pomegranate danglingReplyDelete
lovely phto! i could't spot it. I so enjoy your writing La. So close to home.ReplyDelete
Anita, the guava is in the top 5th of the photo, at the centre approx :-)
thanks Kankana, thank you for stopping by.ReplyDelete
Ah, so this is what poms look like growing on the tree. A lovely naturally tangled garden composition - lots of character. Thanks for your BWW photo, La!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Susan, for the kind words.ReplyDelete