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Photography: Old & New

Everything in this world be it architecture, fashion, cityscapes and more all have their old and new aspects. It’s always fascinating to see how both the old and new go hand in hand with each other.

From the lovely resorts on Dead Sea to the old city of Petra, Jordan has some of the most beautiful sights you could ever see.

Photography: Old & New

Photography: Old & New

Marbella which is part of the Spanish Riviera has turned into one of the most happening destinations in Southern Europe. There are flashy cars and yachts lining up the coast along with parties galore. Add to that the beautiful old town with it’s colourful buildings and you have the perfect mix of old and new.

Photography: Old & New Photography: Old & New

Linking to Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #99 – Old and New

Six Word Story: Date

Six Word Story: Date

The date was for our good.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: For Our Good & Saturday Six Word Prompt: Date



He was an intrepid individual as far as I can remember. Whether it was going to the thrill rides in any amusement park or skydiving from a plane in Dubai, he had been an outdoor adrenaline junkie. And so, when he decided to scale Mount Kilimanjaro, I wasn’t the least bit surprised.

Linking to Sammi’s Weekend Prompt: Intrepid & Ragtag Daily Prompt: Outdoors

He had finally come back home

He had finally come back home

He stepped outdoors. Homecoming was complete.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Outdoors, Fandango One Word Challenge: Homecoming & Six Word Saturday

Ten Word Story: Resignation

Ten Word Story: Resignation

Being the leader, he accepted

defeat and decided to resign.

Linked to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Leadership and Fandango One Word Challenge: Resign

Frontline Workers

Frontline Workers

A challenge awaits them every second,

Fighting against unseen enemy,

They step out everyday,

In the hope that things can get better,

They wear all the protective gear,

Knowing fully well that any mistake can be disastrous,

They may sweat and get frustrated as the stress increases,

But they know that each life is as important as the next,

They do their job each day with utmost dedication,

To ensure that everyone else stays happy and contented,

Their families wait for their arrival,

Hoping that each day passes by without worry,

These are the frontline workers who ensure that so many of us can sleep happily every night even during this pandemic.

Linking to dVerse Challenge: OpenLink Night #267


100 word fiction: Holiday

100 word fiction: Holiday

PHOTO PROMPT © David Stewart

“This hotel is beautiful. We took the right decision when we chose this for our holiday. It caters to tourists of all ages.”

They were a family of four residing far up north away from the hustle and bustle of city life. But they knew that they had to ring in the New Year 2020 with the entire family in the capital amidst all the music and dance.

The food was finger licking good. The hotel staff treated them like royalty. The children were having fun. Little did they know that this would be their last holiday for a long time.

Written for the photo prompt and you can read the other entries here.

100 word story: Life

100 word story: Life

They sat there on the rocky outcrop wondering how their lives had changed. They both had rough childhoods and their notion of happiness was just to make more money and move out of their dingy homes.

Little did they know that more than a decade later they would have a house by the sea and a flourishing business which would put them among the creme de la creme in the city.

It was an idea which was enough to change their world and of those around them. Their life had taken a 360-degree turn like a circle in a spiral.

Linking to Sue Vincent’s Write Photo prompt, Ragtag Daily Prompt: Like a Circle in a Spiral and Fandango One Word Challenge: Notion

Photography: Harvard University Campus

Photography: Harvard University Campus


I had a chance to visit the Harvard University Campus in Cambridge last year. While we didn’t get a chance to go into the library or any of the other classrooms as such, we did take a stroll around the campus. And I must say it’s really green and beautiful.

Linking to Thursday Tree Love, Wordless Wednesdays & Skywatch Friday

Ten Word Story: Snag

Ten Word Story: Snag

The bridge encountered a snag

after opening for the boat.

Linking to Crimson’s Creative Challenge & Ragtag Daily Prompt: Snag


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