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Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Quench


Linked to: ABC Wednesday
'Q' is for quench

PS: This post is dedicated to my blogger friend Namrata who inspired me to widen my horizon:)
Thank you dear!

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    1. Hope you liked:) Thank you Uppal:)

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  2. I am honored and delighted to see my name here. :) I see great people with great modesty, you're one among them. The blog's looking even better than before. :D

    About the photograph shared, it suffices the caption so well. And it speaks about several things like summer, scarcity of water, traditional water storage ways and so much... In short, it's great. :)

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    1. The pleasure is all mine:) Thank you Namrata:)

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  3. Nice shot! Pretty screen and pleasing light.

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  4. Very symbolic....and apt goes the title..

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  5. apt shot!!!

    http://www.myunfinishedlife.com

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  6. Love the new look!!
    And of course an apt summer post!!

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  7. Great symbolic photo!
    Have a happy day!
    Wil, ABCW Team

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  8. VITAL to be able to QUENCH one's thirst!

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  9. and that tooo coool cool water ...
    lovely picture sir

    But going on tangent how about Save water and Drink WINE :) cheeerssssssssssssssss he heh ehe

    Bikram

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    1. I'm all for this campaign;) Thank you Bikram:) Cheers!

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  10. Beautiful shot and a good Q word. Carver, ABC Wed. Team

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  11. Lovely, a necessity for summer.

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  12. Ahh water is life...most precious natural resource on mother earth..

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    1. Water IS life! Thank you Mousumi:)

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  13. Awesome post with the apt picture...

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  14. LOVE this shot!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  15. Insatiable for the one who is outside the locked grill... How can she/he quench?
    But great for the privileged ones who are at home...

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    1. Glad you noticed the lock and the mystery behind!
      Thank you Anita:)

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  16. a picture speaks a thousand word, it's one such picture

    Lamhat(Moments)

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  17. That's great :) I like the composition.

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  18. The widened horizon has given more space to your canvas, and awe to us. :)

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    1. Glad you liked:) Thank you Anshul:)

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  19. Yes, wonderful framing and pretty light, very interesting photo!

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  20. Very attractive and real capture

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  21. Excellent composition. The light is absolutely lovely.

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  22. Very interesting, Nice composition. Great in B&W.

    It reminds me of the time I lived in Brazil when we had to use water filters with a spout at the bottom for drinking water, after boiling it for 20 minutes. Most of us take water for granted. We don't realize how many people don't have easy access to clean water.

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  23. Evocative! That's what comes to mind as I view your photo. I like how you captured it with the light and shadows.
    Take 25 to Hollister

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  24. Oh yes - it reminds me of travelling in India. Such ordinary things but it speaks volumes! I miss India!

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  25. Wonderful photo in B&W with great light!

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  26. I like this! A very beautiful photo in b&w!

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  27. I love the contrast between the pattern of the gate and the shapes of the vessels. Great b&w!

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  28. The light in this shot is superb - and the gate is beautiful!

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  29. Love the composition and the light.

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