PADE–Picture a Day Experiment

“It isn’t surprising when we want to touch the clouds of sky, we all do that. But it is, when we see those mighty clouds escape through the spaces between our fingers…

There is a strange thing about distance- often, the more distant it is, the more likely it is to attract, and when we actually diminish it into a hand’s reach distance, we find out that all we had been chasing so long was nothing but smokes of illusion aboding within our imagination, just like these clouds….”

I took this picture last year in a place better known as the Scotland of India- Meghalaya ; and truly is, the abode of clouds. The smokes seen in the picture are actually clouds, and that thin trail of white is a fountain.
Enchanting truly!

This post is a part of PADE, a 31 day photo challenge wherein each participant will post an image according to the theme of the day. To know more about is, click here.


this click won me the “Shutterbug of the day badge !!!!” yeayy!!A-PADE-Shutterbug-badge.jpg

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16 responses to this post.

  1. […] Day 3: Candle Punit Dubey – Day 15: Bokeh, Poonam – Day 20: Cartoon Priyam Saikia – Day 5: Fresh Sini Rachel – Day 9: Sharp Geetashree Chatterjee – Day 17: Bliss Pravin Chavre – […]

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  2. Congrats Priyam…Love your entry. Don’t forget to copy the shutterbug badge and display on your blog 😀 😀

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  3. Superb indeed. Both the capture and the writeup. Very well deserved and very philosophical.

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  4. […] Shutterbug” of Day 5 – Distance is Priyam Saikya. Read the winning entry. Special mention to the beautiful sunset by Punit and something special from yesterday’s […]

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    • yeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!! thank you so much 😀 😀 😀 Seriously, it is so overwhelming and precious…! thank you very much 😀

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  5. Beautiful, Meghalaya has been on my list of places to travel for a long while…may be coming January I visit the state…
    Nice click 🙂

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    • Thank you Punit 🙂
      Really it is an awesome place! But if possible do try to visit when it’s warmer. Otherwise it’s so foggy nothing is clearly visible… I am not sure, but I think August-September is the best time. 🙂

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  6. Beautiful photo accompanied by beautiful words. Really admire your first entry to PADE. We are glad to have you onboard with us on PADE, Priyam!

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    • Thank you so very much RituKT, I really appreciate you and Sfurti mum for coming up with such an awesome idea as PADE. I had almost forgotten my love for the lenses, but it now feels like I am reviving it 😉 🙂 Thanks to you both 🙂

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      • Glad we played a part in reigniting your passion. I’m also picking up my camera more because of PADE, always thinking of how I can present something I see for PADE. I’m loving it too.
        And hey thanks for participating, an idea would have remained dull without such encouraging participants. Glad to have you onboard!

      • thank you very much 🙂 🙂 it is more my pleasure to be a part of PADE 🙂

      • 🙂

  7. Hey Priyam..wow amazing imagery and lovely description. Love your post!

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