Me-Now-Views; Less Speak More Peek

What's in store today??? A completely random selection... having had the wettest (and coldest) July since 1940, there has been no venturing out and about for the Fudge, I fear. These all come from the archives over at TAKE blog.
































10 comments:

  1. Please enlighten us on Lesson 13!
    Cheers, Gail.

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    1. Hari OM
      PrayodashaH paattaH; anguliiyaka-darshanam.
      (Lesson 13; Seeing Anguliiyaka)
      (tattaH pravishashati naagarikaH shyaalaH, pashcaat baddhapuruShamaadaaya rakshaNau sa.)
      (On entering the town hall, at the rear is an attendant keeping watch.)

      "GUARD; Oi! Thief - what's your name? This belongs to the kingdom of Anguliiyaka, do you intend to reach the same?"

      ...this is Sanskrit Madhyama Varga (middle class)... the conversation between the guard and the man will be translated further only by popular request!
      Yxx

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  2. snap or jinx - we both posted about bridges today :)

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  3. Lesson Thirteen looks upside down for everything is underlined on the top. It is a silly thing but I love when grass or moss manages to grow between bricks it gives character to the setting and show endurance.
    Thanks for being a friend
    Sweet William The Scot

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  4. Hello, the weather is kind of weird lately. Sometimes it feels like summer other times it feel like it is Autumn. Nice collection of images. Enjoy your new week!

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  5. Aha, Mum remembers the bridge...been on that a few times she said!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  6. the plant looks supertasty... it reminds me of meltimng ice cream somehow :o)

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  7. What a beautiful selection! I love the buggle on the flower!!

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  8. What beautiful photos! We were also impressed with the buggy photo Dory liked!


    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  9. I head you've had some clod weather! Oops, slip... cold weather! Out west, in Calgary, there was flooding and huge hail stones. Amazing, if scary.
    We're dropping everything to get a break and go out to the west coast. We're going to visit the kids, married last year, with the new baby! I'm not good at travel, but need a change!!! I'll post fun photos!!!! xx

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