What’s better than a sunny Saturday

I began my walk with this shot. Does it tell the whole story? Are we satisfied with just one shot? “Yeah dil mange more” as we say in India. We look forward to capture more and enjoy more.

The early blooming Rhododendron/Azalea flowers are highlight of the park right now. The flowers are delightful, with fluffy double petals or even single petals. At least it didn’t rain yesterday but there were clouds and some times really dark clouds to hide the sun completely and disrupting the sunny setting. You will notice this while looking at various shots.

I am forever chasing light. Light turns the ordinary into the magical ~Trent Parke

Light makes photography. Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography~ George Eastman

 The story is not complete even with so many images. So here I present the overall picture.

Don’t forget – no one else sees the world the way you do, so no one else can tell the stories that you have to tell~Charles de Lint

I have exceeded the three of a kind setting. I hope you don’t mind.

For: Lens artists photo challenge

Jo’s Monday Walk

Six Word Saturday


I would like to thank all my readers for your support. The last Six Word Saturday in April was “When you love what you have” was the first scheduled post. I travelled to India to meet my Mother and opted not to be on social media. Now I am back to base.

70 thoughts on “What’s better than a sunny Saturday

      1. I’m just curious…when you go to Comments (where it shows them All, Mine, Pending, etc.) are there any pending comments on that particular post?
        I’ll try to leave a comment again and see what happens. 🙂

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    1. Thanks Diana. I would love to have a couple of sunny days but that’s a lot of asking, I guess. Our default weather is rain. We are having two sunny days for now and expecting rain from tomorrow 😁


    1. Thanks Denise. The weather is pleasant these days but is definitely on the colder side. Rhododendrons are blooming but it will be some time before we see roses.


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