On dry leaves.
Isn’t it pretty :D
Courtesy: Daily Times
It is pretty indeed. A good photograph !!
Is this the constitution avenue?
Good Photo !!
School Kid with no Bag ??
Fall umm when of the best times to be in Islamabad. The picture reminds me of the good old days at school…
yeah i think so in fact i think its near "Awami Markaz".
really nice :)
more trees wud have made it better
@ ersalan on November 16th
By the way the Constitution Avenue has now been renamed as PCO Avenue!!
Thanks you all for your wonderful sentiments about Isloo :o)
keep visiting and sharing the views.
Nice shot! And i am thinking the kid must be enjoying the sound of crunching leaves under his feet. Whenever i am walking and find a dry leaf, i make it a point to step on it. I don’t know about the rest, but i sure do like the ‘crunch’. :-D
Love the CRUNCH me too :D
Beautiful shot – this young fellow is wondering in his own thoughts, he will part from the leaves and later yearn for them – and so it goes..
@ anwar on November 18th
And who knows what does the future hold for him and what will his life experiences be. He may well one day be humming the lyrics of the most sung song by many country and jazz singers which run as follows:
The falling leaves drift by the window
The autumn leaves of red and gold
I see your lips, the summer kisses
The sun-burned hands I used to hold
Since you went away the days grow long
And soon Ill hear old winters song
But I miss you most of all my darling
When autumn leaves start to fall
that’s so pretty! great photography.
this time last week i was there! :(
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