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Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Wordless Wednesday - September 19 - 2007


Streetlife in Nakodar - Punjab, India - 1998
Scanned from slide

13 comments:

Fleur de Lisa said...

Tor, this must have been quite the adventure. I admire all of the travels that you and Anna have been on and now I feel that I've seen many of these places too. Of course, I can't wait to get there in person some day also.

Queen of Wands said...

I would love to go to India one day! Y'all get to see soo many places! Your life seems very fulfilling. :-)

aka Sword Girl

mar said...

Although it is wordless I can imagine the scene wasn't precisely silent!
Great shot, TorAa, our friend just got back from India, he was there on business.

catsynth said...

Yes, I remember that busy-city-street vibe from my visits to India. Actually, it's changed a lot since 1998, at least in the cities that I visited. It would be interesting to see a then-and-now shot of the same street.

Thanks for stopping by, too.

Chris in Oxford said...

What a wonderful shot! Looks busy and exotic. Happy WW!

half pint pixie said...

great shot, i love everyday street scenes. India is on my list of places to go!

jams o donnell said...

Nice shot. Such an expressive photo. Happy WW

TopChamp said...

That's a great picture -full of interest.

C. R. Morris said...

A friend of mine was married in India. Since I've reconnected with her I've been very interested in it. Great pic! Happy WW.

blue thistle books said...

Love this shot of the busy street. Great photo and a lot to look at!

Mycrazylife

Raquel said...

Are you out of the country again dear? Hmmm, maybe that's why you are uninspired to write because you're busy.

Happy WW.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

That is a wonderful picture TorAa....What year was that? Were you there on business or pleasure? Did you like it?

Thanks for giving me a "heads-up" on this.

Lifecruiser said...

Oh, sorry I had missed this one - I'm having problem to get around to all the cruisers for the moment :-)

Wonderful photo! Really good quality considering it's from a slide! Quite impressive.

Makes us wanna scan Mr Lifecruiser's old slides too! One day...