Archive | August 2015

Chasing a busy bee in different angles ( WPC: “From Every angle”)

Birds Eyeview

“Look at situations from all angles, and you will become more open” -Dalai Lama-


“Cock your hat, Angles are attitudes” – Frank Sinatra –


” Imaginary time is a new dimension, at right angles to ordinary, real time.” – Stephen Hawkins


Side view of a bee, carrying pollen on his foot

Is it why that the Beauty is said to  be in the eye of the beholder?

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “From Every Angle.”

Quotes credit to :  Brainy quotes


A beautiful story from India

A female travelling alone in India has become a No -No in the past few years.

But the story of this driver of the three wheeler give hope for the women of India.

It is also interesting to note that he was oblivious to the sensation he made on the social media.

“As we were all sitting together and drinking tea, he said, “Madamji, I don’t even know why I’m famous. I hear it’s because of Facebook. I know what Facebook is… But what is a ‘Like’?”

Ghasamfar Ali K. and his wife, with Ranjani Shanker photocredit: Hindiu

Ghasamfar Ali K. and his wife, with Ranjani Shanker photocredit: Hindu

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G’day From Down Under! (WPC: “Today was a good day” )

When the Northern Hemisphere is getting ready to brave the winter, Continue reading

World Photography Day 2015

Marguerite Daisy In The Rain  #worldphotographyday2015

Marguerite Daisy in the Rain    #worldphotographyday2015

True blue Aussie! (Friday Funnies)

A Chinese citizen decides to migrate to Australia at the age of 50.

He bought a small piece of land near Mt Isa in the region of Queensland.

A few days after moving in, a friendly Aussie neighbour decided to go across and greet the new neighbour.

On his way up the drive-way he saw the oriental man running around in his front yard chasing a few hens.

Not wanting to interrupt the Chinese customs, he decided to put the welcome on hold for another day.

Next day the neighbour decided to visit again and as he was about to ring the door bell he saw the newcomer urinate into a glass and then drinking it.

The astonished Aussie not wanting to disturb yet another Chinese custom decided to postpone his welcome for another day.

A week later the neighbour decides to try his luck again.

But as he was walking up the driveway he saw his new neighbour leading a bull down the drive way, pauses and then put an ear next to the bull’s bum.

The Aussie who couldn’t handle this goes up to the Chinese and queried,

“Common mate, what the hell is it with your oriental customs?

One day you are running around the yard after chooks, next day you are pissing in a glass and now you had your head close to that bull’s arse.

The chinese man was taken back and said

“Sorry sir! These are no Chinese customs and I am learning the new Australian customs!”

“What do you mean mate?” said the Aussie “Those are not Australian customs”

“Yes they are!”

The travel agent man said to become a true blue Aussie , I must learn to chase chicks drink piss and listen to bull shit”

(source arrived in a mail)

Brilliant Cricket Cartoon from Daily Mail, United Kingdom

UK  Immigration  Office (Via Dailymail.

“Witticiism over flowing” (Via Dailymail.

Amazing talent of a prodigy!

Check this  child’s amazing talent at this tender age!

The beautiful vine over our fence ( Orange Trumpet Vine)

During the months of May &  September our fence are covered with beautiful bloom of flame vines (pyrostegia venusta).  The vines are a pretty sight  and every visitor to our backyard  envy the carpet of orange. The creeper is well looked after by our neighbour and we reap the beefit of it (no compalin at all)

The orange  trumpet vine or flame vine  is a native creeper of  South American countries such as Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia and Parguay but it also  thrives in Perth Australia.

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Music Fusion of East & West

Sitar ,Saxophone, Percussion and Tabla memorisisng together to create Bhava Raaga Thaala -Thillana

Lyrics and Composition by Dr.Arunthathy Sriranganathan
Sitar – Sarangan Sriranganathan
Saxophone – Sandy Evans
Tabla – Bobby Singh
Percussions / Drums – Ben Walsh

Australia’s Ashes Innings at Trent Bridge (Friday Funnies)

Election Analyst Antony Green from ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) is a great number cruncher during the Australian state and Federal elections. I have watched him over the years on the TV screen during election nights with his predictions and prophecies calling the elections. I  also  recollect  that the young Green having a great crown of hair to slowly loosing it over the years.

This time Green has analysed a different set of numbers with the cricket score of Ashes 2015. As cricket lovers know that the Ashes series between Australia and the mother island England is a highly fought battle.

2015 series is not looking good for the Aussies at the old enemies’ turf.  The first day of the fourth test match started at Trent Bridge yesterday the 6th of August.   Day one of the five day match turned out to be disastrous for the Aussies. In their first innings Aussies were all out for embarrassing 60 runs in 18.3 overs in ninety four minutes.

Analyst Green has brilliantly converted the first innings timeline of disaster to a single tweet.(See below ).

Aussies timeline score for the disastrous first innings.

Aussies timeline score for the disastrous first innings.

And a photo of the day goes to ……

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