Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Click of the day


Indian Bloggers

clicked in my home town Abhayapuri, Assam
Linking to Our World Tuesday

21 comments:

Lady Fi said...

What a pretty shot.

Prakash Hegade said...

That's a very nice click! :-)

The Untourists said...

Gorgeous, isnt it? I so love India's smaller towns.

rupam sarma said...

@Lady Fi Glad you like, Thank you :)

@Prakash Hegade Thank you :)

@The Untourists Thank you :)

magiceye said...

This is lovely!

NatureFootstep said...

last time I saw a palmtree it was covered in snow. Believe it, it was in Japan a year ago.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Nice, warm shot

Minoru Saito said...

Hi! Nice capture. Thanks for sharing.

Maitreni Mishra said...

lovely capture

Al said...

Pretty - palm trees always look so exotic to me.

Rajesh said...

Wonderful capture.

Ruth Rieckehoff said...

Colorful and tropical! Reminds me of my island.

Ranjana's craft blog said...

We, coastal people have special place for coconut tree in our heart. This is nice click.

Yogi Saraswat said...

One in all !!

rupam sarma said...

@magiceye Thanks a lot :)

@NatureFootstep wow :) Thank you :)

@Yogi Thanks a lot :)

@Minoru Saito Thanks a lot :)

@Maitreni Mishra Glad you like :)

@AI Thanks a lot :)

@Rajesh Thanks a lot :)

2travelling sisters said...

Gentle reminder of Indian village like!! :)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

That's what you call a palm tree Rupam! Wonder how long it's taken to get this tall?

Christine said...

It makes for a striking and beautiful photo!

Mridula said...

Wow and you call it home!

rupam sarma said...

@Ruth Rieckehoff Thanks a lot :)

@Ranjana's craft blog Glad you like:) Thanks :)

@Yogi Saraswat Dhanyabad :)

@2travelling sisters Thanks a lot :)

@PerthDailyPhoto Thank you :) I think 7-10 years.

@Christine Thank you :)

@Mridula Thank you :) :)

Shrinidhi Hande said...

So we get lots of tender coconut in Assam?