Thursday, April 17

Green - Roy G Biv 2014

Its that time of the month once again when the visual accompanying a number of blogs on my blog list will all be green and you know its time for Roy G Biv.

Here are my finds
A door with stickers stuck on it. There are layers, some have been torn off. The stickers have something in Chinese on them. This was in Hong Kong.

 Tea growing on the slopes of hills in Coonoor,Tamilnadu.

 Food in India is traditionally served on a banana leaf. Chow Chow Baath is available at restaurants in Karnataka for breakfast.You get a serving of sweet semolina and a serving of savoury semolina which has vegetables like tomato and peas in it.

 Syzygium samarangene is a fruit known by many names - bell fruit, love apple, water apple, mountain apple, cloud apple. Never known a fruit to have so many names.

The General Elections are underway in India and the people in Bangalore and the rest of the state of Karnataka go to the polls today.
Go forth and rock the vote or else don't crib about the government. Be the change you want to see in India!

Happy Easter to all who will be celebrating this weekend.


Thread Born said...

I always learn something new when you post for Roy! Thanks for playing along this month.

Sharmon Davidson said...

As usual, Maya, you have the most fascinating photos! The Indian food looks intrguing, and I have never seen or heard of this fruit with many names. I like what you say about voting - a point that would be well-taken by many of those complainers!

Charlton Stitcher said...

Wonderful range of greens - exotic as always! And may the elections in India go well for all.

Unknown said...

I would love to sample the food you show here, Maya. Such a fascinating collection of exotic greens!

Mail Art Dramas said...

Love your collection of photos. They are so different from my daily life. So great to peek into your world!

Maya Sara Matthew said...

Thank you for the comments.I visit your blogs and I find pictures of places and things far removed from what i see in my surroundings.Its great to take an exotic tour each month.

Arzigogolare said...

Your posts give us such a wonderful peak into a different world! I love the layers on the green metal door, and the tiny apples are absolutely intriguing...