I Love You All!

Well what-a-bummer! I can’t find the post I would’ve dedicated to todays Daily Prompt. I just can’t find it. Damn you WordPress and damn my stress.

But I guess it’s good for me. I hate this practice anyway, of dedicating a post belatedly to a later event which in this case is the Daily Prompt. I notice so many bloggers doing it and they beat us, the regular wannabe writers to the daily post and sadly most of them are bloggers who post brilliantly manicured and pedicured images. All that they have to do is add a link to the Daily Prompt in any of their earlier published posts and there you have it, voilà! So when a new blogger reaches their post, they see 75 odd likes and they think why, how the hell does he have so many likes, remaining completely ignorant about the date they published that post!

Not that I’m complaining, and I have no reasons to, because my readers have been terrific and kind to have handed me their appreciation and love ever since I created this blog. Whether in its infancy or teenage, this blog gets dear readers who make it worthwhile to sit up straight for hours together and compose a post that tests my imagination and creativity. I love you all. And your trust and appreciation is what drives me. I’ve wanted to write a post thanking my readers ever since January when Views Splash went into overdrive. But one thing or the other always pushed this post to the rear but not today.

I’ll say it again – Thank You and Love You all! I, from my heart, appreciate all that you people give me everyday that most friends can’t. All my failures are a push for further excellence and all my success is a toast to you – My lovely readers!

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In pictures: Calcutta in the 1970s

BBC News – In pictures: Calcutta in the 1970s.

This really is a treasurable collection of old admirable pictures from the biggest city of eastern India. Complete nostalgia for people who would have gone through the era and a lot of visual general knowledge for people like me who were not even born then!

Minimalist posters explain complex philosophical concepts with basic shapes

Minimalist posters explain complex philosophical concepts with basic shapes.

I absolutely loved this concept. To eradicate the complexities and explain the human nature using basic geometric figures. Click on the link above to see more interesting posters.

Weddings – A Bunch of Happy Pictures!

 

Is this the most amazing thing that a man and a woman perform together? I doubt that!

But a bunch of really happy pictures… reminded me of my own wedding and the madness that surrounded it!