Sunday, November 30, 2008

Camera Critters



The pictures make me think how innocent people have been slaughtered by the terrorists in Mumbai last week. I was in no mood to post, until I saw the pictures that were taken in a small village called Chikeyelshetti in Bandipur , near Bangalore in Karnataka .

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Some interesting posts that I found this week. There is Deepak'spost on Mahabaleshwar in CLAY . I would also recommend a post by Sandeep on Kabini where two tuskers are fighting and his sighting of a leopard published in Jungle Lodge's blog . My stories have been published. There is a story on Bandipur has been published in Bangalore Mirror today and also in JLR blog.The Inside Story in Metro Plus,The Hindu is about a small village called Kolanupaka.Click here to read it.

27 comments:

bobbie said...

Your photo of the children with the goats is charming. I'm glad it took your mind away from the horror in Mumbai, if only for a while.

fishing guy said...

Lakshima: What beautiful little goats, how nice.

Aileni said...

We used to keep goats and know how endearing kids are.

Our thoughts are with you - I reland has had her Troubles in the past. May they stay that way and may your pass quickly, enough pain will linger as it is.

Phivos Nicolaides said...

Namaste from Cyprus. Your blog is just excellent! Philip

Fida said...

I feel with you. I wasn't in the mood to post either... but than I looked at a picuture of my best friend like you did at this children... We keep going, despite...

Norm said...

I love goats! I have many goats in the Philippines. My friends care for them...

June said...

A tragic week indeed, but as your photos show, there's more good than bad in this world...

i beati said...

they are tiny love the shot Sandy

magiceye said...

..this is so representative of what you say...beautiful..

will check out your story on bandipur in the JLR blog too.. would definitely be interesting reading!

thank you for the plug.

Wendy said...

Thanks for sharing the photos and kudos on the story. Your blogging comrade sends moral support from this side of the earth during these difficult times.

humanobserver said...

Your presentation is superb....the kids as well as goats look so innocent....Thank you very much for leaving a comment on my blog.

AJEYA RAO said...

Nice Pics Lakshmi. I am reading couple of your articles on the newspaper.

Indrani said...

We are so terrorized, even innocent shots are thought provoking.

vishesh said...

:)

Vamsee said...

Totally apologize for commenting out of context, but did you see the moon tonight. I hope you did, because it was the first thing that made me smile in the last few days. I took a picture and put it up on my blog
http://letsgoforavacation.blogspot.com/

Sue said...

Beautiful pics :) And you are right, for all that is horrible in this world I personally believe there is far more good! I did cry when I heard the news from Mumbai.

My entry is here

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog earlier, and hope you have a good week ahead :)

Kelly said...

I am so glad that you wrote a post especially this past week! We have all been thinking and praying for you and your country! The atrocity has been horrific! Also, you might want to check out a friend of mines blog who lives over there too. His name is Anil and a link to his blog is on my blog roll on the sidebar. The name of his blog is Windy Skies.

I am so sorry that you all have had to go through all of this horror.

Peace to you my friend!!!

Cecelia---Sis---Mom said...

There is so much bad in the world that we have to make sure and take the time to find the good. It is there, much more good is there... we just have to open our eyes. I find myself dwelling on the horrible things around myself every day, which I am sure so many of us do. Thank you for sharing such innocent sweet photos. I have developed a love for goats lately, they are so cute.

Cece

Nomadic Matt said...

the incident in Mumbai was such a tragedy. I hope cooler heads prevail and India begins to work with pakistan on terror issues...it is in both your interests....

Stephanie said...

We do have to keep putting the good images out there, lovely photos, I'm going to check your links...

ramblingwoods said...

What a sweet photo after recent events...

Jeevan said...

The goat picture was lovely; I would like to try the camera-critters also. Let’s see. I read already about the spell harder kolanupaka and wonder at its structures design, ur interest on exploring this unknown village.

~vagabond~ said...

Aww...the photos are so very cute!

Kamini said...

The photo of the children with the little goats cheered me up immensely. Like you, I have been in no mood to post anything, but decided that moping around did not do anyone any good, and whipped out something!
Thanks!

Anu said...

Thanks for pics Lakshmi, made me smile after a very long while..will check out all the other links too!

R. Ramesh said...

the beauty in the pix is the display of innocence..great going..BoL

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