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Pictures speak louder than words (post 25)



 Two pictures, both clicked by my son (who is 15).












I think he has a good eye---even if I may say so myself. Don't you think?
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  1. Nice One Preeti.
    Especially the first one sounds really great....
    Convey my regards to ur son....


    Cheers,
    Prabhu..

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  2. Wow! This is nothing less than professional photography. Kudos to your son! :)

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  3. Lovely pics both of them. He has an eye for photography. :-)

    http://meintheblogosphere.blogspot.in/2013/07/words-that-were-not-said-but-understood.html

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  4. Anonymous4:45 PM

    The first one is very good...

    On a side note, was checking out your previous blog marathons, and found that Satish had some guest posts to fill them up. I am a fan of his funny writing, so would request to have him participate in this marathon too!! I do not mind if they are more frequently too..
    All the best to both of you.. :)

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  5. Yeah! Photographing isn't just clicking, but to have that eye. These are wonderful clicks! :)

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  6. Very nyc pictures :-)...

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  7. Beautiful!!!..Loved that pen shot a lot!!!Perfect background defocus!

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  8. Wow! These are exceptionally awesome clicks.
    Your son's too good at this, Ma'am. :)

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