Somebody left the tomato eating spaghetti @ Rishikesh!

spaghetti on the wall

graffiti @ Rishikesh

This must probably be my fifth or sixth visit to the little town. Caught sight of this big-eyed happy tomato trying to eat spaghetti on the walls of Rishikesh not far from the Laxman Jhulla. It was a sunny day and the sunny colours of the graffiti echoed it. The graffiti is signed ‘Bianca Wolff, Australia, EW 15’. Someone sure left her mark!

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The red blossoms of Lam Nongmangkha

the red blossoms of lam nongmangkha; photo: ©Rekha Konsam

the red blossoms of lam nongmangkha; photo: ©Rekha Konsam

Not a very clear picture but nonetheless, this was my one and only sighting of lam nongmangkha – the cousin of orange blooms of nongmankha which I had posted earlier. I should mention that it might not be rare but that I am in fact a lazy explorer of plants. This was captured at Ita Fort, Arunachal Pradesh.

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Amaryllis Lily: Modollei

Amaryllis Lily: Modollei

These lovely deep red lilies bloom around the month of April in the northeast part of India as the climes turn warmer into a colorful spring. It is called modollei in Manipuri but because it generally blooms in April, it is also nicknamed the April Fool flower.
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