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Little details (Wordless Wednesday no.10)


"It is the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen."
--John Wooden


Added as an afterthought--This little guy seems to be yelling "It is bad enough to be stuck in the kerb and walked over and now you've gone and frozen me forever in this image and everyone is looking at me, you crazy woman"

Wordless wednesday is now wordless all week long. If you want to play too, just click and click:)

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  1. Lovely words PS!!

    To me, the pic looks like an individual pulled on all sides...
    (I was looking for an opportunity to post my first comment on your blog. By the time I login to wordpress, someone will comment on..So, gmail:) How smart ;)

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  5. Nice pic! A smart little man trying to escape!Where did u find this?

    I wasn't around for some time..but feels nice to be back! Hope all is well at ur end!

    Take care

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  6. Pantomime! Nice looking .. :-)

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  7. Interesting Pic!Happy WW!

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  8. Amina: Thank you. Same to you :)

    Thoughtful train: :) Thanks

    Akanksha: Welcome back! Yes all well.How are u?

    Savitha: great!! Now I don't have to type your name backwards too :)

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  9. Your afterthought was hilarious :D
    But the picture reminds me of Superman about to launch himself ( up, up and away!)

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  10. :) nice interprettation :)

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  11. Good one, Preeti. Now I am wordless :))

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  12. The afterthought was the gem of the piece :)

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  13. Great shot. Someone looks like he does not want to be trodden on!

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  14. what a cute entry. Happy WW!

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  15. Nice afterthought :). Does the afterthought count towards 'wordless wednesday'?

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  16. yes little things is what makes our life and they do really matter :)
    very different picture!

    sri

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  17. Hi preeti,
    Onaashamsakal!! Unrelated to the post though :)

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  18. Loved this picture, and loved your interpretation even more...

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  19. Wish you and your family a cheerful and HAPPY ONAM...
    Cheers.

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  20. Somehow To me the people passing by seem to be more scared of the guy than him of them - he seemed to be ready to pop out and jump at the pedestrians any moment now !
    Happy Onam to you and your family!!

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  21. Somehow To me the people passing by seem to be more scared of the guy than him of them - he seemed to be ready to pop out and jump at the pedestrians any moment now !
    Happy Onam to you and your family!!

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  22. And you click him in nude! Tch, Preeti! :p

    P.S: Happy Onam!!!
    What's for lunch?

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  23. Nice one...to me also it seems like the man is about to take off.

    BTW, i could not post comment on your last post...explorer was behaving weird...

    The video was wonderful.

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  24. Hey guys, Thanks for the Onam wishes. I appreciate it. But I want to clarify--I'm NOT a mallu and I DON'T celebrate Onam! :) I do like being in Kerala at this time of the year though.

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  25. Life begins: thank you!

    Sparkling: See comment above :)
    And the exhibitionist--he just wouldn't wear his clothes! :)

    Ruch: See comment in bold above :)Yeah--the guy looks like he will jump out :)

    Nandagopan: See my comment in bold above.

    EM: don't know but it had to be said ,so i said it :)

    Prats:Thank you!

    Anusha; See my comment in bold above :)

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  26. Srivats: oh yes--they do.

    Life ramblings:Thank you!

    Jams O donnel: Thanks!!

    Tranquility: Thank you :)

    Gayathri: no words needed :)

    Shruti: thanks :)

    Regina:Thank you :)

    Logical thinking: Oh yes--now u mention it it does look like that.Thanks :)

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  27. oops !! I simply saw the happy Onam comments and didn’t want to be left out of wishing u :-) I read in your book or blog that ur parents lived in Kerala - so I sort of assumed ..........!!!!

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  28. Ruch: yes--many assume :) Only after your comment I realised it is in the book :P I have blogged about it. I do appreciate the wishes though :)

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  29. hey Preeti, how are you doing? I know you are not a "mallu" but still happy onam :)
    nice pic..that lil guy looks like he his trying to blast out of the encasement when you froze him forever!!

    whatever the wordless wednesday stuff is( i checked the site, din get what i meant, it just said lets play evryday of the week!!!) so culd you honor me here??

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  30. Shantharam: Ok--thanks :)(since u insist on wishing even though u know I don celebrate) Already explained :)

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  31. Seems like the man's yelling "Can somebody please get me out of here!!?" :)

    Poor guy!

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  32. Nice:-))....u knw if those shoes were not there, it wdnt have had the same effect....

    ...oh well ofcourse u knw;-P!!!!!

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  33. Nancy: Yes! Thats why i left the shoes there :)

    Varun: Yes :)

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  34. he's looking in awe at teh one person who DIDN't walk over him, but decided to SHOOT him! click!

    where was this?

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  35. ahaa! cool pic...and cool'er' words to go with it :)

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  36. Hello ma'am,
    cool pic :) this is sam relan, if you remember i wrote an email to you. I would like to let you know, that I have launched my website - http://samrelan.com and would like you to take a look :) and leave a comment if you like!
    Regards.
    Sam Relan

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  37. Oops.. I did not read the previous 'comments' that wished you Onam. I just wrote what I thought was you celebrated it - ok..ok.. a wrong assumption. My bad :-)
    And forget the question of being a "mallu" coz I do sometimes get 'Id wishes' from some of my good bohra muslim friends in Bombay and I reciprocate them. When I was there, they used to invite me for lunch.. and wah.. what tasty food items, they would have spread.. never can I forget the hospitality and their kindness.
    Cheers :-)

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  38. Nandu: yes--I do appreciate the wishes. Thank you :)

    sam: Will do. :)

    Pavi:Thanks!

    Suma: :) This was at a place called Lowestoft.

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