Did you watch the Super Blue Blood Moon this week? It was beautiful, wasn’t it? The teen and I took some time out to do moon watching that evening although we didn’t manage to get any decent phone captures that I could share over here. Continue reading
For those who love Nature, beauty is everywhere and although we humans are messing up with Mother Nature big time, there are moments when we all watch in awe the surreal and the ethereal happenings which the spectacles of Nature bring into our lives. Continue reading
This was the view we feasted our eyes on….when we first landed at Galle, Sri Lanka for the short weekend trip. I guess, mesmerized was an understatement…we were floored! The sky was clear and the clear view of the ocean in front of us portrayed a calmness that worked like a perfect charm on us, far from the clamour and din of city life. Continue reading
On a grey, overcast day, what else would you need but summer skies and glorious sunsets to bring in some light, back into your spirits and dispel the gloom all around? Especially on days when you wake up with a sore throat and fever and that not-so-good feeling about yourself! Continue reading
Hello folks! Another Friday and time for Skywatching from my part of the world. Well, this week, I bring you skyshots from a little further down from where I live.
To be precise, 5214.33 km or 3240 miles, which is the average travel distance between Singapore and Bangalore. They say, if you could walk at the speed of 3mph (4.8kph), it would take 33 days 17 hours. Continue reading
Today is Day 4 of the Write Tribe Festival of Words and the prompt today is to Feature a day in your life or someone else’s life. I am writing about a day – a typical weekday, to be precise, in my routine, regimented, humdrum life. Weekends are for relaxing and I break my tight schedule on those two days —taking things as they come! But hey! every day is a new day, and every new learning brings us something good to be thankful about. Let me warn you it is a long read, so read at your own peril, or better still, grab a cup of coffee or tea before you do, so you don’t fall asleep halfway through the post! 😀
(For Day One of the Festival of Words #5 hosted by Write Tribe between July 10 and July 16, 2016, I am writing a Haiku. As many of you already know, a Haiku (俳句 high-koo) is a three-line poem with seventeen syllables, written in a 5/7/5 syllable count. They are mainly inspired by an element of nature, a moment of beauty, or another poignant experience and emphasize simplicity, intensity, and directness of expression. Continue reading