Sigh! Tell me bout it! What a lovely picture window, btw. And thats why I've taken to painting the rooms :D, a long overdue project. Its the only thing keeping me going through these drab winter weeks, ingests some much needed color.
Won't these leaves turn that brilliant red in autumn ? I love the color of autumn, and want to see it some day.
beautiful photograph. Here it's only summer that is marked with a riot of colours - never get to see these shades of fall/autumn.
A, tried that route when we first moved into this house, now changed the walls to shades of the same color. Well, just 3 more months. :)Banno, some remain yellow, some turn organge or red. The one in the pic turns yellow and then loses all its leaves. Here's a post from last year with one tree turned red - http://blogpourri.blogspot.com/2007/11/fall.htmlNM, I love spring too, in India. There were a lot of trees in Bangalore in old, leafy neighborhoods that had flowers in a riot of colors.
din't have your email id, so am putting this here, feel free to just delete -it's just that I was sorting stories for the guys at work to do, and I came on this and it reminded me of the washington post thingie on your blog, and then it reminded me of you.PTI says:Indian journalist appointed Washington Post's managing editor Washington, Jan 13 (PTI) A prominent Indian journalist has been appointed one of the managing editors of influential American daily The Washington Post. Raju Narisetti along with Elizabeth Spayd has been appointed managing editor, the second-ranking editorial position at the newspaper, to jointly oversee news gathering, editing and day-to-day production of the print edition of the newspaper, a press release issued here Tuesday said. Narisetti (42) was earlier the editor of Mint, the national business paper published by HT Media Ltd and a former deputy managing editor of The Wall Street Journal. He has been assigned to look after the Post's weekend magazine as well as video, design and photography and along with Spayd "will lead the integration of The Post's print and online newsrooms" and share responsibility for the journalism that appears both in print and online. Spayd (50) has been editor of washingtonpost.com since2007 and is with the newspaper since 1988.
Thanks so much for thinking of me NM. It was announced about a week ago on this end. Interesting times. :)
good poetry...even without the color:)
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what a beautiful picture. am in the same boat as you. starved for colour. and the trees are bare here.
Lovely photo, and surely gives a new meaning to the term 'picture window'.But I do find the monotones of winter restful too, after all the loudness of fall colors. Nothing like the diamonds glittering in snow under moonlight, or ice sparkling in tree tops against a very blue sky!
N'ville Mom, it's lovely how you feel the words. :)ILL, thanks a ton! You're such a sweetheart!Ra, that pic is from October. Now the trees are bare here too. :(Sujatha, we got a lot of the cold, but no snow yet! Would love some of those glittering diamonds myself.
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