I’ve always wanted wings. Some of my friends say I’ve always had them and no, they are not clipped. Yet I just can’t seem to take off. Imagine, I am even struggling to keep this blog afloat with just one post a week! Well, fresh off a vacation I did manage to put in two…
The crow does not hide its prey, but calls for others to share it; So wealth will be with those of a like disposition. Thiruvalluvar
Hummingbird, the smallest among all birds, symbolizes lightness of being, swiftness, independence, courage, sensitivity, determination, love, beauty, endurance, wisdom, vitality, hope, and enjoyment of life.
Some birds are not meant to be caged, that’s all. Their feathers are too bright, their songs too sweet and wild. So you let them go, or when you open the cage to feed them they somehow fly out past you. And the part of you that knows it was wrong to imprison them in…
More from the installation on crows that I spoke about yesterday. Hope you enjoy this one too!
While I have seen this scene with real crows too, this installation at the Kala Ghoda Art Festival was amazingly well recreated! It surely made me and my camera glad. What do you think? Did you realise this was fake too?
Do you ever think that you are aimlessly sleepwalking through life? Sometimes a soaring flight may not always have a direction, but it can be elegant and effortless, nonetheless.
Crows are a very standard feature in the city, and I find these winged-ravens very intriguing. Here the one in the foreground readies for take off! Let’s just hope that our hopes and dreams that take off too will have a safe and desirable landing!
On a personal and professional note, they year has had its highs and lows. However one thing I know is that I am glad that the year is coming to an end. As the Lord descends back to earth, I pray that he lets me soar high and achieve all that my heart desires and…
Thanks to fairy tales, most of us tend to like swans as compared to ducks. But its only when you see them together that you realize that the bias isn’t unjustified, swans do looks prettier than ducks. May be it is they pristine color, or gaiety movement, they do make for a pretty picture!