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New Horizon- Weekly Photo Challenge

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New Horizon-Get the jump on your New Year’s resolutions in this week’s photo challenge.

An early-morning walk is a blessing for the whole day. Henry David Thoreau


Whenever I go for a morning walk, while watching the rising sun, I make a resolution that from tomorrow I’ll practice this everyday. For some reasons I have to discontinue it, this happens again and again. This year again my resolution will be to get up early and go for the morning walk.

Relax- Weekly Photo Challenge

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This week, share a photo that relaxes you.

Rest day, no fishing today.



Tiny- Weekly Photo Challenge

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Tiny This week, appreciate the tiny things in life.

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Weekly Photo Challenge- Transmogrify

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Weekly Photo Challenge- Transmogrify– “To change in appearance or form, especially strangely or grotesquely; transform.”

Don’t know whether this is Transmogrifying or not but but the dog slowly transforms into a monster.

Shine- Weekly Photo Challenge

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Local- Weekly Photo Challenge

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Local- Weekly Photo Challenge– This week, share what “local” means to you, and show us where your heart is.

My heart and soul is in Visakhapatnam sea beach . I never get tired of visiting it daily.

Rare- The Daily post

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Rare- The Daily post


These black plums or Jamun fruits are available in abundance in may – June  in the market. What was rare, was the chance to get them  pick from the tree by myself.


Jamun tree

I have seen this type of flower for the time. can anyone tell me its name please?


Fun! The Daily Post

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Fun! The Daily Post


Weekly Photo Challenge- Morning

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Weekly Photo Challenge- morning

Morning at Visakhapatnam sea beach

Morning at Visakhapatnam sea beach

Weekly Photo Challenge- Look Up

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The Daily Post- Look Up 

This week is all about taking a moment to check out what’s going on above you.

Looking up a mango tree, full of green mangoes.

‘If you don’t eat mangoes that fall on the ground, be sure to be strong
enough to pick ones on the tree.’