Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Some Scenes Cannot Be Seen Everyday (Part 1 of 2)

Received in the email. Want to share with you all.










26 comments:

  1. Boy,its too good.

    Wonderful,scary,pity,weird,Crazy...all rolled into these pics.

    Cheers

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  2. Wow, Nice photos. Monastery , edge of the cliff.. really scary.

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  3. Amazing collection of photos SG, thanks for sharing... brought out all sorts of emotions in me. awe, inspiring, laughter, smiles, happiness, joy, shock, disbelief.. but the second one -- repulsive..a mobile phone in the earhole.. eeewww!! I'm glad I don't see that everyday.

    Part2 please :)

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  4. All the pictures are excellent. Lovely and amazing pictures.

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  5. as IP said it correctly, all kinda pics are there..good one :)

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  6. Wow...assorted pics and each one unique in its form.

    thanks for sharing :-)

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  7. That second pic makes me wince every time I look at it.....why would someone ever do something like that???

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  8. Thanks for your commens Indian Pundit. I am glad you liked these pictures. Please wait for Part 2.

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  9. Thanks for your comments Chitra. I am glad you liked these pictures.

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  10. Thanks for your comments lostworld. That mobile phone in the year is a good one. But I liked the exchange of a tray in a moving train.

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  11. Thanks for your comments Praseela.

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  12. Thanks for your comments Babli. I am glad you liked them.

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  13. Thanks for your comments Neha. I am glad you liked them. Please wait for Part 2.

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  14. Thanks for your comments Insignia. I am glad you liked them. Yes, each one is unique in its form.

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  15. Thanks for your comments Jayashree. I am glad you liked them. As for the second picture, you asked why would someone ever do something like that. That is a good question. (Do you remember my explanation for saying "good question" sometime ago?)

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  18. The Mother Focking SPAM POLICE!January 13, 2010 at 10:41 AM

    Hey Anonymous Spammer!!

    Get the fock outta here.
    Take your bullshiznit marketing schemes and go spam somewhere else you focking loser!
    This blog has no place and no patience for a person like YOU.
    By YOU - I mean a person whose mother and father are really brother and sister.
    Get outta here you inbred a$$hole.

    Yo SG, get rid of that idiot and his/her comments.

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  19. Regarding the guy who has the tiny flip out cell phone in his earloab, I wonder what he has in his other ear?
    Maybe a Blackberry? Or a fax machine?

    And for the daredevil motorcyclist who let go of the handlebars so he can fly with his bike…I don’t see anything special about that.

    Regards,
    Evil Knievel
    (from the grave so I can post on your blog)

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  20. Hey Spam Police,

    Whatever you want to say please say it forcefully. Don't be wishy washy. Speak your mind. Don't be bashful.

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  21. Thanks for your comments Evil. I am a fan of yours. Two of your jumps I will never forget.

    The first one is your successful jump of 151 feet across the fountains in front of Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas. The second one is your ill-fated jump over the Snake River Canyon in Idaho in a jet-powered “Sky-Cycle.”

    You have so many Guinness Book of World Records I lost count. But one of your records I will never forget. At one disastrous jump, you had 37 broken bones in your body. That also became a record.

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  22. Amazing pics.
    It was a visual treat.

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  23. Thanks for your comments Shas. I appreciate it.

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  24. Some were nice, some were scary and freaky and some were crazy but it definitely was interesting.

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  25. my favourite was the second one.. am using it for an inside joke..

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