Rainy days

It is monsoon season and as usual, roads in Mumbai are waterlogged. But this time Delhi is also facing similar problems. And probably that’s why they are called rainy days…  at least in these two cities. At every possible opportunity people try to run away to some place where they can find some solace from potholes.
Nonetheless, rains are beautiful too. 🙂

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With sparkling droplets like shining stars, can you have anything more beautiful than this ?

P.S.- Tomorrow morning I am off to some place in Maharashtra. Monsoon and Maharashtra …. awesome combination. 😀
That also means I am fully okay now. If you follow me on Twitter, you’ll know where I am & what I am upto.

Now, don’t grumble and wish me happy journey ! 😛

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6 thoughts on “Rainy days

  1. Hi Nisha! Great shot!!

    Sorry for the rush!! I’ll be off for my official week holiday but Blogtrotter Two will be showing you the road to a wonderful setting: Costa Smeralda!! Enjoy, leave your comments and have a great weekend and week ahead!

  2. Two minds thinking alike… I just posted some pictures of the rain we’ve been having in Ottawa. It’s not the monsoon, but it feels like it! Rain is hard to capture, isn’t it?

    Happy travels 🙂

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