Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Summer Solstice

I don’t know about anybody else, but Summers are a BIG deal for me here.

I behave like a squirrel during these three months of Summer, hurrying to do my bit, appearing very busy and stopping for nothing and nobody.

IMG_9093 IMG_9271 But I take my time to  capture in my camera Nature’s dance of happiness. I keep gazing at the blue sky through my sunglasses, get more tan than needed on my Indian skin, sit by the window and soak enough sun so that I don’t have to pop Vitamin D pills for the rest of the year.

IMG_9313 But that’s not all, I make jugfuls of nimbu paani (which P guzzles down after his eight kilometer daily runs) or aam panna and shakes and fruit smoothies. Oh and pickles too, to sit in the sun while I dress up my window sills and put all my plants in the balcony.

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There is lots to love about the summer landscape. Apart from obviously family visiting and bringing me gifts and goodies from India.
I am cherishing my golden days of Summer in Toronto and looking forward to getting my next crop of tangerines
IMG_5350Okay, I have a feeling I should make myself busy again.

Happy Canada Day, everyone!


GB said...

Loved this post Pree. You certainly have an eye for pretty things! :)

Kalyan Karmakar said...

What wonderful photos Pree. You have captured summer and its full glory wonderfully. Such a contrast from back home where we cringe from the heat and dusk run into air conditioned comfort

? said...

You have the Burmese-Mulla/ Burmese Jasmine creeper near your home! Itevokes so much of summer....spilling over old walls and trees and the shades of pink scattered all around.

Unknown said...

Thank you everyone! :-)

@ ?, you got me with that one. Which one if the Burmese Jasmine? (Which photo?)

Sharmila said...

Beautiful snaps Pree! When my kaku was in Manitoba I remember the huge fuss about summer they would make. :-)

Anonymous said...

You're a good photographer