Monochrome Madness – Sleep Little Darling

Sleep Pretty Darling

Sleep Pretty Darling

“Sleep Pretty Darling, do not cry

And I will sing a lullaby”

                             — Adapted from “Golden Slumbers”, the Abbey Road Album. The Beatles

The tears will flow and flow, and no lullaby can stem the flood.

Monochrome Madness. The Flower Seller

The Flower Seller

The Flower Seller

I have chosen this photo for this week’s edition of Monochrome Madness, which will be featured on Leanne Cole’s blog.

I shot this picture early in the morning, in Haridwar, India. Haridwar is one of the holiest places in India. The name, literally means, “Doorway To The Gods”. “Hari”, being God, and “Dwar” being doorway.

I don’t know if the old lady found God in Haridwar.

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