Saturday, August 30, 2008

Simple treasures

Sometimes it's just the ordinary things in life...a lazy day on the beach, the sun, sky and sand, a good book to read and a fun place to explore...that make life worth living. The simple treasures of life.

~vagabond~ © 2008

This was supposed to be my entry to Cuckoo's photo competition of the month but I got too busy to put it up on time. Oh well, here it is now. I know, I know...Cuckoo, you can stop nagging me now. :P


Alok said...

Ah! That’s a beautifully captured moment. I wonder how we all are so different and giving completely different meanings to things that otherwise maybe something else …

Likewise, the treasure of life has its own meaning for individuals proving its worthiness for living this life.

Have a nice weekend.

P.S : Can you please remove this Word Verification thing while commenting?

Cuckoo said...

Haaaaw last time you said I should remind you & now you call it nagging ????????

I am not doing it anymore. Apun ka bhi saala koi ijjat hai ! :P

Now the photo. A different perception & beautifully captured moment. And I echo what ALok is saying, not repeating them.

Though I've read it, am yet to comment on ur other blog.


~vagabond~ said...

@ alok: Thanks. And so true...we all define our life's treasures in so many different ways.
I'll try to figure out how to get rid of the word verification thing. I'm still clumsy around blogger.
@ cuckoo: LOL! It's called reminding if you remind me and I remember. And it's called nagging if you remind me and I still procrastinate and then forget and then remember when it's too late. :P

Cuckoo said...

Glad to know some new definitions ! :P

Trisha said...

Besides she writes well, what you show is good but the way you show it is even superb. As I keep saying, nice eyes, would love to have you write some more too, bec I expect it wd be just like your photos - beautiful photoments in words.

~vagabond~ said...

^ Thanks, Trisha. I would like to write more too...but there are only so many hours in a lifetime to do everything I'd like to.