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Smiley Saturdays - 13 (Old is Gold)

Already about 50days of the Year 2012 have passed, and such a lazy bum, me, couldn't be able to post a Single Saturday-Smile! Procrastination is the term, coined to define goodfellas like us!

Well, it's not that I didn't click this year; but it's all about the habit I am habituated with to delay the thing to nearest appropriate time, that I couldn't post the Smile. Writing, the above 30+ words long sentence, an interesting point popped up in to my mind. Accepting that it's one's fault generally appears that is another way to avoid the scenario otherwise!

Anyways, this picture I clicked on our first ride of the Year to Assisi Bhavan. I first thought not to post those pictures with that post, then I just couldn't control myself as those pictures were the soul of the post.

First picture is of Aunt Maggi who had a thousand stories to share with us. 2minutes is her nickname, eternal is though her charm.
Precious Charming Smile of Aunt Maggi
The second picture is of me with Aunt Rita, a passionate dancer since her young days. Ooops, sorry She's still young, certainly will be young at heart for the years to come! Thanks to Bison Deelux to capture this awesome moment for me....

Darling Aunt Rita
Don't feel to write about the accessories, with such charming ladies does it matter what Camera/lens I used? Except, that the clicks be serene as their hearts and soul are.....



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  1. Lovely pictures! Old is indeed gold. :)

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  2. Glad you liked it... Do visit again for more Smiles and rides too :)

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