Tuesday, 9 July 2013

PADE --- Sharp --- Day 9

            Just last week, I was invited by a close friend to attend an 'Old Classic Songs Music Concert' by Zorba Entertainment at the SiriFort Auditorium, New Delhi. Since listening to old classics is my favorite passtime, I was eager to reach Sharp on time.

          On the D-Day, I got ready in my choicest evening gown and adorned my favorite diamond rings which gave a striking Sharp lustre in the limelight.





            Just as I reached the venue, I was pleasantly surprised to be greeted by a Rose Garden Lawn full of multicolored roses. As I bent down to pluck one to adorn my tresses, Sharp thorns made their presence known to me as if refusing to part with the rose.


            As the concert progressed, I noticed the musicians who took to playing my favorite song - Jab Koi Baat Bigad Jaye from Jurm (1990), what a coincidence that the music piece was composed of all Sharp scale music notes... (# means Sharp in Musical notation.) Below is my daughter's casio and her audio rendition of this beautiful song.



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I couldn't have imagined more befitting interpretation(s) towards this theme of PADE.

       And just as my daughter reminded me of our visit to Baratang Stalactite & Stalagmite (sharp ended slivers seen clearly) Caves, Andaman, January 2013, I'm tempted to put those caves captured in my lens as a part of my interpretation too...


This post is my entry for PADE - Day 9 - Sharp by Sfurti JuztaMom and Ritu KT's ToRaveAbout.
All entries for PADE Day 9 can be found here and here.

6 comments:

  1. Lovely entry Poonam..so many sharp points :)

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  2. Class pics, especially diamond ones.

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    1. Thanks!
      I was sure of class diamonds guaranteeing class pics!
      Keep Visiting!

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  3. By reading your posts and looking at your pictures, I can see that you think deeply. You have presented the theme so beautifully and in so many ways it makes me go,"Why didn't I think of that?"

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    1. Thanks Ritu!
      My daughter and I always collaborate on the themes...
      You say this at a time when I am starting with today's theme.
      Thanks for appreciation!
      Keep Visiting! :)

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