Just a couple of shots of two landmarks located a (comparatively) short distance from each other.
Ever since my return to Delhi 9 days ago, life has been anything but good. Bad news keeps floating in from everywhere. I don’t believe in coincidences, so something sinister has to be at play here. Oi, up there, if you are listening, dude, you have GOT TO STOP.
Meanwhile, I’ll curl up in a corner, listen to One Republic, remember the good times, and pretend it’s a good life.
When you’re happy like a fool
Let it take you over
When everything is out
You gotta take it in
Oh this has gotta be the good life
This has gotta be the good life
This could really be a good life, good life
– Good life by One Republic
Last night I posted about the squall that hit Delhi day before. A common summer occurence, it uprooted a few trees here and there, caused traffic jams, power-cuts and brought with it refreshing showers. Powerful winds flew my dustbin a couple of houses away, and I had to fetch it before it flew in the neighbouring plot. (Note to self: The dustbin is not made of gold and has no Harry Potter connection whatsoever. To put it simply, not worth venturing out in a storm.)
Later though, when the sky cleared a bit, Delhi witnessed a most beautiful sunset. Here are some photos from the same.
Which one did you like best?
Oh, also, if you know of a good watermarking software or site, please tell me. I’m quite sick of picmarkr.com. It is excruciatingly slow.
Above the hills, along the blue,
Round the bright air with footing true,
To please the child, to paint the rose,
The gardener of the World, he goes.
– Summer Sun; Robert Louis Stevenson
Wonder how long the rapture will last
How long young Sol its spell will cast
At crossroads, we await consequences.