I Love My soul and my Spirit

Daily Prompt :Publish a post in the style of a favorite author/blogger or photographer.


No need to do that. I have already mentioned it earlier, right?

Neither this form of flattery is my cup of tea nor my friends/readers will like it. They visit my blog to feel my soul and spirit, they won’t like that’s missing. Would they?

I keep appreciating what others do and post. At times I try to learn new techniques, art of photography as well as special effects from the blogs which I follow but then that is not flattery. I would call it inspiration. I thank them by saying, “Keep inspiring”. ( If you are reading you know what I mean )

I think we all are here because we are talented group of people.

Each one of us have his/her own distinctive style to convey their thoughts.

We are bloggers, photographers, authors, writers and poets but at the same time,

we are individuals who have unique style to present their creations.

So Cheers to our individuality ! To our talent ! Moreover our bonding with each other.

Here we all learn, grow and nurture our passions together and certainly not just cut, copy and paste post in style of others. 

By the way how did you like the pic of my new addition in my lotus pond?

 The photo above is also a result of learning from my well-wishers. Tiny steps to grow as a photographer,eh ! 

Keep inspiring ! 


  1. I don’t even have a pond and lotus is something from Siddhartha I think. We have something called water lillies, but it is really not the same thing. What I like here is not seeing the style of other’s writing. but learning about the daily life in other countries.

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    1. If you google blue lotus on google you will see the similar images. The most surprising part is the same images are shown in case of water lily but with a slight difference. In any case we call this variety “Neel Kamal” which is not very common.


  2. That looks great 🙂 You could use it as desktop wallpaper. Good choice of images too. The only thing I did differently was I worked in Photoshop and set them so they were edge to edge — but yours looks just as good and was probably a lot less work. I did all the aligning by hand and eye. There wasn’t any automated function that would do it.

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