Friday, December 15, 2006

Gently the snow falls...

(please click to enlarge - looks better that way - though, i admit, not a very good snap)


13 comments:

sattvicwarrior said...

beautiful shot. out here in california . we get rain along the coast this time of year .[ after a dry summer. we dont get snow. but the grass's are already starting to come up. most people will start winter on the solstice. but here[ along the coast] 2 days after the solstice spring seems to begin... . i was amazed to see snow on a "vine", in your pic. i thought your leaves fell off in the winter. ..such a wonderful planet. "theres NO place on EARTH like the WORLD!!!"
thanks for sharing:)

Sandeep said...

you will never see this in Bombay, for sure. for such a sight, you need trees, right?

Sharan Sharma said...

Hi SW,
Thanks for your comment.
> ..such a wonderful planet. "theres NO place on EARTH like the WORLD!!!"

So, so true! Pity we keep screwing it up.

Hi Sandeep,
> for such a sight, you need trees, right?

Now, c'mon - of course we have trees in bombay...remember during our four hour walks we used to get that tree with the pan shop under it? :) See, there's the proof...

aarshi said...

i've never seen snow in my life. :(
ice yes. frost yes. never snow.

Sharan Sharma said...

Hi Aarshi,
i can tell you - Snow is lovely!

xyz said...

your photographs are beautiful.

Ajith said...

brilliant sharan!

Sharan Sharma said...

Thanks xyz. Need a confidence booster :)

Sharan Sharma said...

Thanks Ajith. Brilliant bole to...:)

Ramachandran said...

Dear sharan sharma,

I see that Adi shankaracharya is one of your favorite films- I would like to get a DVD of this film (is this the one directed by GV Iyer?). Could you help?

Sharan Sharma said...

Hello Sri Ramachandran,
I myself am trying for a DVD of this. When i was in India i tried contacting NFDC but was not successful.

If you can give me your contact details, as soon as i get the DVD i can send it to you.

Till then, if you are interested in the audio and some of the (Sanskrit) dialogues, the website is udbhava.com where you can search for the film by name.

Thanks.

Sandeep said...

hi sharan,
the DVD is available at amazon:

http://www.amazon.com/Shankaracharya-National-Film-Development-Corporation/dp/B0002CSAIA/sr=11-1/qid=1167104457/ref=sr_11_1/102-6852950-7334562

Sharan Sharma said...

Thanks Sandeep! It's a great movie - must see for those interested in philosophy.
Sorry for the delayed response...was away and didn't have access to an internet connection