Most of us are afraid of adversity; we want life to be comfortable and easy, and not have to grapple with tough situations or stumbling blocks.
It was a great weekend for varied sightings at Bannerghatta; let me show you the few that I was able to get on my camera…I never, for example, got a pic of the Asian Paradise Flycatcher, though we saw both the male and the female quite a few times.
Can you imagine, me actually WORKING so hard that I could neither post, nor catch up with my friends’ list? It actually happened today; two articles were past what I had determined to be the deadline for them…and phone instruments had to be repaired, and broadband installed in the new office…
KM also decided to take the JLRNTP this time; and we had a wonderful time (I usually go and meet the members and take their details for the egroup.) Here are two of my favourite images from the weekend:
There was a time when we could just go and buy a “jhAdoo” (grass broom), paying some piddly amount. But no longer. Buying brooms is practically a hypermarket experience now. And to inviegle the buyer, let’s see how brooms are marketed: