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Monday, September 28, 2009

Can you think of a suitable title for this image?

If you have to choose a name for this photo, what would it be?



A year ago, I asked this question from some of my friends in another blog that what they think about this photo and they all came out with different ideas.
Read the comments here.

The right side of the photo is rich with the big green tree, the mosque and all, but the left side is almost barren. And there is a pathway where the image completely ends up....
I know there is too much thinking involved in this photo. But I want to be aware of what do you think about it. Share your ideas and thoughts about this photo. I'd appreciate it.
Waiting for your response.
I'll prefer " A mud mosque near a tree".

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Dirt, trees, leaves and feathers

Today's Quote:
"Though a tree grows so high, the falling leaves return to the root."
Malay proverb

There lies a mango tree in a small corner of my backyard which provides shade not only for us but for all the birds that visited it.
This corner happens to be a favorite spot for the birds. Mainly because there is a grapevine just side by side with a mango tree where they like to spend most of their time. As this place remains undisturbed by us so it is also serve as a good hiding place for them.

I was planning to post these photos after my exams on November but love for trees grows stronger and stronger and finally I came out of my room in the wonderland of nature.
Today, I spent my afternoon under the shade of a mango tree and was surprise to discover the small wonders of nature under it.Sharing some photos...

... of leaves of mango tree and grapevines...


Some more grapevines leaves...I love the way they grab it...

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The wall is already occupied so this vine decided to land on the ground...


These dead leaves reminds me of the Autumn, not so far away...

And then I found an eggshell under a tree ...


Just think, why this place is good for hiding things...

tree trunk just give it away...

Dirt, some feathers and fallen leaves...



No doubt, termites have done their job very well ...


A bee hive on the grape vines...


Now comes a pomegranate tree...with lots of pomegranates...


and citrus...

".... if I wanted to have a happy garden,I must ally myself with my soil; study and help it to the utmost, untiringly. .... Always, the soil must come first."
- Marion Cran, If I Where Beginning Again

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