Thursday, September 06, 2007

Flower Power

For us Mumbaikars garden is a luxury. For example I live in a typical working class Maharastrian society, have the luxury of a small patch of public garden bang opposite my society. Although it is rare that I step inside the place, I do like to go and take a walk when it is all empty. Some times I like to sit there early mornings and just watch the world around me jump start their day. I love to feel the wet grass under my feet and enjoy the early morning fresh air. In short greenery is a luxury for us Mumbaikars with the construction jungle spring up on every patch of earth in the city. Some of us find alternatives by setting up miniature garden in side small earthen pots and set it up on the edge of the balcony. I am one of them. It is not exactly a jungle but I have an aloe, a fern, a show plant and a money plant which I had flicked it from my neighbor who stays in the ground floor. (They say it brings in money if one flicks the plant).

Flower Power

Flower Power

Flower Power

Last weekend I realized that I need to add some color to my so called miniature garden and bought in these beauties. I don't think I can explain them any better but these beauties remind me of Bipasha Basu singing "Beedi Jalai le" in between a bunch of men.


The Bhandari's 8/9/07 6:48 AM  

nice flowers... loved them

ToOothlEss WOndeR! 10/9/07 2:43 AM  

loved the last picture.
The rust, the flower, the light and the water.. crisp and nice.

Viewer 10/9/07 4:14 AM  

@ The Bhandari's : Thnks Anjan

@ToOothlEss WOndeR! : Thnks but I aint even half as good as u :)

the rain tree 12/9/07 3:14 AM  

sweet you.

im not so fond of gardens maybe coz i had always stayed in a place with them. right from my house in kochin to the hostel to the lavish green present in my flat's complex.

n i had always wanted to have an aquarium.i had it while in college n my chooo chweeeet fishes died when my friends overfed dem in my absence out of love. hmph :(

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