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Wordless Wednesday No.5

Doing a Wordless Wednesday after very long.

Clicked at a small lane somewhere in Mumbai.(click to enlarge)

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  1. beautiful - I miss Mumbai :)

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  2. What a pretty display. God bless.

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  3. You can't beat a good drum picture!

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  4. Very pretty!

    Have a nice Wednesday!

    SUE

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  5. what's a wordless wednesday? is it for a wednesday post with no words but only pics?

    the pic reminded of the latest sony or panasonic bravia ad i saw recently where thousands of colored thread reels are thrown down the side of a pyramid and the effect is awesome! you seen that one?

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  6. i ask because the wordlesswednesday.com url didn't work. so i am curious.

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  7. Colourful, just like Carnival ;)

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  8. thats so beautiful.. vivid colors.

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  9. aah! and they ask me why i miss India so much.

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  10. I liked it. So colourful and festive!

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  11. I LOVE DRUMS!

    Keshi.

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  12. dum da deee dum da da.. and so the music goes :P

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  13. thats so beautiful and colorful. By the way....i thought i;d tag you yet again...

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  14. wow! Lots of drums! When my son saw this picture he screamed and said he wants one of those lol! Happy WW!
    Totally Worn Out
    The Future Pianist

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  15. Hi, I got motivated to post one Wordless Wednesday after seeing yours. Do visit mine.
    Thanks,
    Indrani.

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  16. Wonderful display. Happy WW!

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  17. Very colourful display. Its always good to see you update posts. Keep it going !

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  18. Nice pic!! How many of the city kids actually play wid these drums now? isnt it only pc games n foen games for them?

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  19. nice colurful pic der;)

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  20. I get this urge to drum a beat on everyone of them!!!...and clorful and a nice pic too!!!

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  21. Reminds me of fun and carefree enjoyment , something I might not be having for another 2 months

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  22. Wonderful!! Simply wonderful pic!

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  23. What a wonderful picture. It transported me straight back to India.

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  24. i totally loved this shot

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