WPC: All-time Favorites

I know this week’s WPC says all-time favourites, but I am going to go with something different as this is the final post of WPC. It is sad that it is coming to an end but as my favourite author Agatha Christie says (even though it was said  in a different context 😉 ):

“Sometimes what you think is an end is only a beginning. ”

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WPC as a concept has triggered other bloggers to start their own series and I have been part of a few for some time. Even when I moved away from all the other series due to the lack of time I still did look forward to WPC every week and how to map the challenge to my photographs. Sometimes some photos click right away and sometimes I have to think for a while, which was a challenge in itself 🙂 It was also fun to see how others interpret the challenge.

I am sure we all will find some other new beginnings for our weekly fun challenges.

 

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WPC: Twist

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WPC :Liquid

Mother Nature is the greatest artist and water is one of her favorite brushes.

Rico Besserdich

WPC: Place in the World

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“You only are free when you realize you belong no place — you belong every place — no place at all.” ― Maya Angelou.

I belong to that category of people because that is how I have felt, wherever I have been.

WPC: Unlikely

Mahatma Gandhi is the most well known Indian and his statute is almost everywhere. There is one near Euston Station in a park. It is highly unlikely to see a Tamil Scholar’s statue anywhere other than predominantly Tamil speaking areas like Singapore, Malaysia etc. So, it was a surprise for me when I saw Thiruvalluvar near SOAS Institute in London. They also run a Tamil Speaking course.