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And He Wrote… – VI

And He Wrote…

Winter was about to over… I felt rejuvenated.
May be it was chilling air or warm beach water,
but may be it was because you were half-walking-half-talking to me;
We watched marble white water and felt it’s warmness;
We watched dolphin playing with water from far and you smiled;
your smile was like first ray of sun, your voice was like beautiful music;
it was you who made me feel rejuvenated;

And He Wrote… – [Part I] [Part II] [Part III] [Part IV] [Part V] [Part VI]


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Tuesday Musing : Fellow Blogger

Every Tuesday, I share my interesting-fellow-favorite blogger’s details. They are blogging on various topics starting from poem to book to movie to fashion to photography to anything interesting.

Dakshi – Back in 2011, I was wandering around from blog to blog and looking for something fresh to read and I landed @ Dakshi’s blog – The Wanderer’s Thoughts. It was Spell-bounded and still it is. I was unable to control myself to read each post. Her writing is so captivating that everyday, I wait for new post. I must say, she is truly gifted Poet. As of now, her blog is consist of more than 1000 poems (I guess so).

I thought I was living for a long time but till I found that special person I never knew I was just existing, waiting for a miracle to happen. And then… You happened… And now I feel that I’m alive, thanks to you now I breathe. You are the only soul that made my life complete. For that I cannot thank you enough. Be with me, in every step I take, Holding Me close to your heart, I know you will, Because of you I’m alive now, My Love… – Dakshi

Blog Link – http://loveamongotherthings.wordpress.com/

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Bacardi NH7 Weekender

WeekenderThis year, It was scheduled on 21-23 Nov in Pune with around 55 different bands. The festival started back in 2010 with idea behind that people who love different genres of music or love all can come together at one festival. My Bad, I was unable to attend it but definitely next year, I will be there.

There couldn’t have been a more emotionally charged ending to the fifth edition of the Pune Weekender. The Vaccines played to a raving audience at the Bacardi Arena — an audience which they won over by throwing one career highlight after another. Their hardcore-gone-pop sound resonated well with an audience eager for something new. As their set came to a close with a shower of confetti, everyone was either shouting, crying or hugging.” – Weekender Live

Bacardi NH7 WeekenderKnow more @
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I am SORRY…

…for being in-active since long time. I was in hibernation mode and now, it’s over. In spite of hibernation mode, I have written reviews of some novels and series which are staring me from Draft list. My draft count reached to 10 and very soon, I will start publishing all those.

 

 

Keep Visiting…

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Tuesday Musing : Fellow Blogger

Every Tuesday, I share my interesting-fellow-favorite blogger’s details. They are blogging on various topics starting from poem to book to movie to fashion to photography to anything interesting.

Slinkachu He is a British Street Artists. He started “The Little People” project in 2006. In an aim to encourage people to be more aware of their surroundings, he created mini installations using remodeled and painted miniature model train set characters. The characters are then placed on the streets in different situations that are captured in photographs. I am following him since 2009 and big fan of his art-work. He started with “The Little People“(more than 1 lac viewer) and now also working on “Inner City Snail” Project.

The ‘Little People Project’ started in 2006. It involves the remodelling and painting of miniature model train set characters, which I then place, photograph and leave on the street. It is both a street art installation project and a photography project. The street-based side of my work plays with the notion of surprise and I aim to encourage city-dwellers to be more aware of their surroundings. The scenes I set up, more evident through the photography and the titles I give these scenes, aim to reflect the loneliness and melancholy of living in a big city, almost being lost and overwhelmed. But underneath this, there is always some humour. I want people to be able to empathise with the tiny people in my works. – Slinkachu

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Tuesday Musing : Fellow Blogger

Every Tuesday, I share my interesting-fellow-favorite blogger details. They are blogging on various topics starting from poem to book to movie to fashion to photography to anything interesting.

Tracy Zhang - Tracy’s blog started around in 2010 and I am following her since then. She is an amazing photographer. Every click of her will remind you a fragrance of nature. A catalogue of all her travels comprise of 30 countries and still continue. She is an author of 2 blogs – Just-in-Time and Tracy Zhang Photography.

“I’m a Canadian travel and lifestyle photographer currently lived in San Francisco. I had a brief stint as a portrait and fashion photographer before trading in beauty dishes and wardrobes for my travel suitcase.

I picked up my first camera at 16 years-old, and have been playing with them since. My first photography gig happened by accident when a talent scout saw my work and asked me to shoot headshots for her agency.

The travel bug came later. I was born in Beijing China and raised in Vancouver Canada, yet I never really went on big trips until my college years. In 2010, I went to live and study in Europe for a year. It was there that I realized I wanted to pursue travel and lifestyle photography. To date, I have lived on 3 different continents and travelled to 30+ countries. I have hitchhiked from France to Spain, celebrated St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin, and swam in caves in Cuba.” – Tracy Zhang

You can follow her on Instagram tracyzhangphoto

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