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  1. Nice clicks Ammu! Read your other posts too and they are nice. Keep writing and Happy blogging 🙂

    Best Regards,
    Laxmy
    http://laxmyiyer.blogspot.com/

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  2. Oh my goodness, this is absolutely beautiful.
    And you posted it on my birthday, what a great coincidence!
    Thanks for the birthday wishes, btw.
    You’re a great photographer.

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  3. Wow, how did you get that picture!?!

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  4. Absolutely lovely pictures.

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  5. Ammusree! Welcome to the world of blogging! You are off to a great start. Such a nice tribute to your Father. Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. Come on back and join in the fun. I will certainly be back here to visit you. Beware, having a blog is addicting, LOL! Margie

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  6. Great shots! The butterfly is very nice!

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  7. Hey thanks for liking my posts
    liked the title

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  8. your photos are superb, your blog beautifully set up, and just wanted to send you a personal thanks for liking my blog post. where do you live? The scenes are lovely and so peaceful, and of course the butterfly shot is amazing
    with love light and JOY

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    • Hi Jane,

      Thanks. I am from India , now living in Shanghai. From your blog I got to know about “weeping willow” , here I can find that tree all around .I have been searching for its name ,but couldn’t name yet.I am glad that I found your blog

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      • well then, you might also enjoy seeing my India Journal blogs, one of them right here on wordpress from 2008-2012 travels in india

        http://janesindiajournals.wordpress.com

        much love light and JOY

      • Ok. I will have a look at them. Are you at which place in India now? I come from a beautiful state in south India called “Kerala”. Have you been there?

      • Kerala is of course “god’s country”, but I spend most of my time in the North. Lived for a few years, several months each time, in Dharamsala, and since 2007 have been spending most of my time living Rishikesh. I have traveled south India a little as well…mainly Tamil Nadu, and do hope to get back one of these trips for a more leisurely stay

  9. I am always thrilled to see a female photographer. There is this myth that women are bad with cameras (and I fulfill the image most promptly!). Way to go girl 🙂

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