Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Distance



PADE Day 4 "Distance"

For me, the concept of distance is quite fascinating. I firmly believe each one of us has goals in our lives, either materialistic or emotional. We spend every moment, every juncture of our life to cross the distance toward that goal. And many times, the goal doesn’t matter. The journey matters.
How we crossed that distance matters.



I have taken the above snap outside my office in the morning. This road is the symbol of the distance that I cross daily to reach my goal. The goal of my independency. The goal of my self-sufficiency. I have taken this photo from my iPhone 4S. I hope you guys like this snap of mine.

This post is my entry for the PADE conducted by “Just a mom!!!!!

24 comments:

  1. I love the way you explain your photographs. Your words make the photographs extraordinary.

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  2. amazing thought !! A perfect post well defining the photograph !! Suppa Like !

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  3. Lovely entry Pankti...I love how you have correlated it with being independent!! :D

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  4. Loved it... especially the way you write about everything really!

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  5. wonderful..specially like the way you write!

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  6. Lovely Pankti, distance creates love

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  7. nice feeling associated with your shot...
    with reference to your last comment in my travel blog: you won't believe how versatile your mobile camera can be... keep exploring it buddy!

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    1. Yes AS, I am exploring it. In fact, today morning I just came to know that my iPhone is capable of capturing HDR snaps. :D

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  8. the Photo and thought speaks volume .. distance is part of our life .. well conceptualized ...

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  9. You can make any ordinary thing seem special with your words. It is such a gift!

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    1. Thanks Ritu..btw, it should tell you how bad of a clicker I am :P

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  10. Searching for better and bigger we generally chose to neglect the smaller yet beautiful details...No doubt, not just the destination and journey - but how we accomplished it - matters most!

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    1. Yes Punit. People treasure goal. I treasure my journey. Thanks for dropping by.

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  11. Superb click, and wonderfully described.

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  12. Once again wonderful write up! It has made a mundane image look interesting.

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