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Mundane Monday #17

Lalbagh flower shows are always held in the glass house. Here’s how the glass house looks from inside.

Can you see pink, yellow and blue umbrellas hanging from the roof? 23 more words


San Rafael River Adventure

My family is looking forward for a short getaway every summer. Though rainy season officially begins, we took advantage of the long weekend. This year, my sister found San Rafael River Adventure. 575 more words


Living in a Glass House type economy

There is a saying that those who live in glass houses ought not to throw stones. Mea culpa.

I have had an opportunity to complete reading a book by Brian Alexander called; “Glass House: The 1% Economy and the Shattering of the All-American Town”. 120 more words


Living in a Glass House

The peak of any single success curve usually corresponds to the feeling that you’re suddenly known – that suddenly, you live in a glass house.  Sometimes you don’t even realize you’re living in a glass house until you shatter the floor and fall through; and the problem is everyone could see it happen. 232 more words

A Chain of Events on the Landscape

Yesterday, I visited the Philip Johnson Glass House

in New Canaan, Connecticut. Now owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, The Glass House was the home and on-going project of modern and post-modern architect… 406 more words


Beyond the Glass 

It’s weird how I can sense your presence, but you won’t reach out to me if I call. I guess right now I can compare you to God, but I’ve seen your presence. 583 more words


The Walled Nursery, Hawkhurst #4

Last week was the 4th visit to the beautiful Walled Nursery at Hawkhurst for my camera and I. It is such a pleasure to be able to go back and photograph this site regularly; we are in the manic throws of spring here and, what with the toils of Mother Nature and the progress of the greenhouse restoration, every week presents something new to record. 106 more words