A Visual Ode to Bookends

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Old friends Sat on their park bench Like bookends

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7 thoughts on “A Visual Ode to Bookends

  1. Even I didnt think you would do a series on benches! :p

    and oh yes, I met William Dalrymple in person and got a pic clicked with him too. I am even hoping to be able to call on him some day since he stays in gurgaon :).

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  2. Teri har woh baat yaad agayi aaj,woh din muskurahat ke,woh din gum ke,kabhi dard ki khamoshi,kabhi sapno bhari muskurahat,woh din saat ke,woh din sapno ke,woh sham jab hum mil bhaite isi jagah,woh dhaltha suraj,woh yaadein fir laut aayi aaj,teri yaad agayi aaj,woh jagah yaad ayi,dost mere,aaj teri yaad agayi fir se,woh lamhe fir jeene ko dil chahatha hain,gar mere haat mein ho,do woh pal waapis laane ke chahat hain,dost,aaj teri yaad agayi..

    Felt like writing that after seeing that picture:)

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  3. Benches, they really make wonderful pics. I recently clicked a few.

    A suggestion: Why don’t you post a photo tribute to the Best of Simon & Garfunkel. That would be great.

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  4. –TF: Enough! 😛 If you do meet him again – tell him that he has a huge admirer in me – especially for the White Mughals

    –Sagar: Thank you!

    –Alaps: very nice thought!

    –soumya: that’s a thought yes @ tribute to S&G. I have a few, i need to get a few more. 🙂

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  5. WOW..is really all I can say.I have just seen the series.Totally loved your vision, and ability to make some thing so ordinary look so beautiful.Looking forward to a lot more in the time to come.

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