A Hundred Days of Feminist Joys
Thank you! :-)
the bird on the upper left - that trully completes this picture!!! :)p.s. All credit to the Camera! ;)
I don't think the picture is complete :-)
What exactly does that mean? And why comment from the dark, why not show yourself?
who is this 'anonymous'?
My maternal grandparents stayed in a town called Dibrugarh, also on the banks of the Brahmaputra. I spent many happy dusks, sitting on the banks and seeing grand scenes like this one.You brought back many wonderful memories.
I love your hometown...for more reasons than one actually...have only visited it twice, but it was enough for a life long love affair. Now if they could just stop turning it into a concrete grave yard...at times I feel selfish for thinking like this, as in why shouldnt little kids in GHY develop their own 'mall culture' because seasonal visitor (moi) wants her greens and blues...but I miss how the sleepy town I knew is becoming so steel and silver.
Aneela: I hear it is changing a lot, though I haven't visited in two years. Will look around on my next visit. I don't mind them building concrete towers if only they'd clean up the river banks!
Hey I had almost the exact picture.I stay in Kharghuli and the picture was taken from there.
lostonthestreet: It's an amazing view, isn't it? I wish I lived near enough to see it more often!
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