The light and life in Lalbagh

The morning sun shone through the trees as we entered Lalbagh today…

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The trees and the light together gave the effect of a painting!
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The light shone on these flowers…
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this little squirrel:

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this lady with her morning newspaper:
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It turned the sky blue as a backdrop for this magnificient Brahminy Kite:
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and in spite of this white Asian Paradise Flycatcher trying to hide in the foliage, shone enough for me to take a photograph!

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Truly, Lalbagh is a magical place of light and life….

It was a wonderful Christmas; we might not have celebrated the birth of the Son, but we certainly enjoyed the birth of the Sun!


  1. Ashwin Babu N says:

    Nice pictures…

    I have posted the pictures taken by me at the following link…

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