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Wordless Wednesday. (no.2)


This picture was clicked from my bedroom. I loved that wet rainy day while I sipped tea,standing at my window and gazing out,watching the world go by.

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  1. Great photo! happy WW!

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  2. thats an awesome view PS!

    Keshi.

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  3. ephemeral to me!

    nice new template and i changed my blogs name too..hope everythin's fine now!

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  4. Nice picture and I can nearly hear
    the rain. Also I am tagging you. I invite you to write 8 things about yourself. If you feel like it click my name and check out the rules.

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  5. I love a rainy day with a hot cuppa.

    Happy WW.

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  6. Wish I have such a view! Happy WW!

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  7. wow simply superb.... I tried seeing from my window..only concret jungle is seen

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  8. Wow.. the greenery, looks so serene. The first thoughts that come to my mind is.. wow, nice open space, would do good for my jogging :P

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  9. And a smashing new template ;) Nice nice!! The notepad layout.

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  10. Awesome view......so soothing to the eyes...the luvly green grass.Enjoy the rainy days!!!

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  11. Keshi, Toni: thank you!

    Wacko:Thats why its necessary to capture it! I can see u have been revising ur words ;-)

    Pai:Thanks!

    J:True.Many like to jog there.The army uses it for training their new recruits.Fun to watch ;-)

    cm-chap: :-)

    Eastcoast:Thanks!I too love it.

    Cablegirl:Me too!!

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  12. Those are the BEST days, aren't they?

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  13. What a serene setting. Good picture.

    Happy ww

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  14. Val: Oh yes--those are the best.

    Nanacy:Yep--you said it.Serene is what it conveys.

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  15. Hey..the pic reminds me of my wonderful vacation at pune....awesome weather!!!!! and nice template...u know wt..deres again a similarity i would like to point out here..yday i was changing the template of my brother's blog and i too wanted to use the one u have now...but somehow it did not fit with his blog..:-(

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  16. Nice pic! :)
    I hate rains! ugh! cuz u cant go out anywhere when it rains! :P
    lol

    peace & love
    Jeevy

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  17. hmmm..i like the pic. The first thing that attracted me is the greeneries and somehow i was drawn the smell of fresh greens. Beautiful pic. The wet grounds adds to its beauty.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  18. Akanksha: Yes--I loved it too (template and the weather!)

    Rajeev: :-) Thanks!

    Sweetsticky: Oh yes--i love the greenery too.

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  19. Sometimes the simplest of shots come out the best!
    Unique template!!
    Thanks for stoppin' by!

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  20. The world? It looks like one guy on a bike.

    Where is this?

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  21. Great photo. Looks like it could be in a magazine. You must have a great camera.

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  22. rain and tea.. the perfect combo!
    great shot!

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  23. Suzy:thank you!

    Diesel:Enlarge and look again! There's a small eatery,a truck and a two wheeler too :-) This is in India in a place called Pune which is about 160 kms from Mumbai(Bombay).

    Mama pajama:Thank you!

    Joyismygoal:This is in India in a place called Pune which is about 160 kms from Mumbai(Bombay).

    Halfpintpixie:Thank you!

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  24. hey u live in a very picturesque place.. cool.. n new template is quite appealing :)

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  25. Diya:Oh yes--its a lovely place.Satish didnt like the new template :( I thought it was really unique!

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  26. What a cool picture! Love those rainy days.

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  27. Wow! Your house is a very nice location! And the added perk of a tea shop right next to you! Do they have people who can can deliver tea to your home? :)

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  28. Anonymous4:54 AM

    Wow! a wonderful locality!
    where is ur house located?

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  29. I used to live on a street where the world walked by everyday and I used to try to imagine or make up what the people were doing or where they were going. Your photo is beautiful and could be a story :)

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  30. Happy Thursday now! :)

    Keshi.

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  31. Wowee! Cool view. Very India!
    I love it. Oh, and I love your new blog look btw...so you. Very cool.
    xo
    Blue

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  32. Anonymous1:21 PM

    Good pic! But I thought you stay in Delhi. Soemwhere you had said in your post...
    But the pic sure does't look like Delhi.

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  33. Mommy musings:Thanks!

    Twisted DNA:Oh yes--i just call out and they deliver it over my garden fence.Not kidding.

    Annonymous:Thanks!May i know who you are please?!!

    Jessie:Its great sometimes--just watching everything go by.

    keshi:You are right!

    Kulpreet:Thanks.No--I never said that anywhere.I stay in Pune.

    blue:Thanks!xoxo

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  34. bloody hell! here iam baking in the desert with my egg being cooked on the pavement and there u r enjoying the rain with tea...I can actually even hear the sound of tires on that wet road ....

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  35. I liked the little hillock at the back, ideal place to sit, read or just gaze at the stars at night, lovely location :)

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  36. You have a cool blog. :)

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  37. Oh P, do you get to see greenery in India also :-))BTW should be like a far awy from the mad city. Amazing place ththat showed us.

    I like that house of yours :D

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  38. I loved your notebook like new template!

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  39. What an amazing picture (and life!). Thank you for stopping by my blog - - I'll visit here again, for sure :)

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  40. It looks humid..

    The man on the bicycle..is he on the way home or off to work..maybe to visit a friend..maybe to go to the shop..maybe he's on the run from the police..maybe he's heard that a relative is sick and he's dashing to the hospital..maybe he's lost his memory and has been riding all over India looking for somewhere that seems familiar...or maybe he's a roadside sculpture......see what happens on 'Wordless Wednesday'?

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  41. PS, Amy is not my cuz :) She just made a comment on my post.

    will check ur Nekkid post now hehe.


    Keshi.

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  42. That is some pic. Makes me jealous I am not there and that I am leaving for a desert in some days is not making me happy at all!

    Where is that place?

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  43. Loved your window view! Very familiar, since it looks SO much like the landscape we have here in Brazil, even in the countryside around my city.
    And that pretty small bar/restaurant just across the window called my attention: isn't it noisy at night? Hope not! Here these bars may stay open till late and it's not unusual to see drunken people making trouble late at night.

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  44. Tys on ice: U can come down here!

    Misti:I second that!

    Bla:Thanks pal!

    Vikram:Oh--thank you! I tried to 'visit' you but you have denied access! :(

    Jonice:That makes two of us!

    Janine:I loved yours too.

    Niall:Your imagination is unmatched!

    Keshi:somehow I thought she was.

    Aditya: So fierce?! This is in pune.

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  45. Guto:I'd LOVE to visit Brazil.I definitely will, sometime. Pune city is quite crowded and like any other city.Luckily I live away from the maddening crowd on top of a hill! At nights, some people, sleep in front of that shop.It actually sells only tea and some snacks, not alcohol.So its pretty quiet at night.

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  46. OMG! Is that a view from your own bedroom? Where do you live PS? Its simply lovely...I am expecting a tea-invite at the same spot now. :)

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  47. Anonymous1:02 PM

    The shot is so natural & full of life...Beautifully Captured!

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  48. Oh you should be kidding :-( I don't even know how you can deny access to anyone...

    Mighty bad savior of human race help me find the reason why you cut me out of the race :-(

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  49. Adi Crazy: You are invited!I live in Pune.

    Kalyan:Thank you.have left comments for you at your blog.

    Vik:Sorry!I didnt get that!! Who is the saviour and what race have I cut you out of?Pls explain.

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