CFFC: A Peek into my E-files

Hola all you beautiful people! How was your week? Great I hope 🙂 This week, Cee has a special (more than usual [which is like really a lot you know]) fun foto challenge – she wants Es. At least two. Now if only I had a photo of Cee 😉 Or maybe I could get creative and use a screenshot of her blog…would that do Cee? Oh well until she replies, let me see what I can excavate from my archives 😉

Here goes…

Sculptor

This one is from the streets of Delhi. A sculpture by Devi Prasad Roy representing Gandhi’s Dandi March of 1930 which sparked the beginning of the nonviolent civil disobedience movement in colonial India.

LawnA lush green lawn with a fountain in the middle. There are lots of trees too and oh they are green too 😉

FieldThe generous tree offers to share her colors with the lackluster lawn (thanks Ruma for the photo 🙂

BuidlingA green hatted building 😀

SteepGoing down the steep flight stairs is my lil sister loaded with shopping bags. I was busy clicking pics you see 😉 Psst would you care to see the loot?

ElegantElegant don’t you think?

SareeA A pink and green saree

BheemChota Bheem – part of my gift to her. Another story for another day 😉

ElenaWe didn’t buy this doll but we did buy a doll. Why didn’t I include that here? Oh but Khushi didn’t fit into the challenge you see, Elena did. She has beautiful eyes (eyelashes too) and sports a range of colors, white red pink yellow and green!

It time for Elena and me to say goodbye – have a super weekend 🙂

Cheers!

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20 thoughts on “CFFC: A Peek into my E-files”

  1. When I was in Delhi I saw the statue of Gandhiji’s Dandi March, I feel connected to Gandhiji’s salt March because My parents were born in Samapure, a village just before Dandi. Gandhiji walked to our village and my father (9 yrs old)told us he saw Gandhiji then.
    Why are most fountains devoid of water?
    Pink Datura looks lovely but do you know they are poisonous plants? Though it belongs to the same botanical family as potatoes, tomatoes, brinjal and Mirchi.
    Your lovely sister looks very happy .All the lovely and colourful presents and the diamonds. What is/was the occasion? Marriage? Baby?
    Lovely pictures. I hope you won’t mind my going askew instead of commenting on your challenge.
    Wishing you a good weekend celebrating Navratri festival.

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    1. Wow your father met Gandhiji and remembered too! No I didnt know about the Pink Dhatura (or that is was called so!) thanks for sharing that 🙂 Water and electricity crisis probably keeps the fountains dry or rather reserved for special occasions only. I read somewhere that for the first time in the Vatican the fountains were switched off in solidarity with the ongoing water crisis in Italy. We had gone birthday shopping and the ring is actually from another day 😉 And it is not even real 😀 Happy Navratri to you too 🙂

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    1. Oh yes! I remember that photo a favorite of mine 🙂 I always have a lot of fun with your challenges Cee and it is because you that my photos languishing in my archives have got a fresh breath of life – thank you so very much! 🙂

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