Reporting Valentine’s Day Posted on February 15, 2013 by arjun Only two casualties to report. Their dates didn’t turn up. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
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Very sensitive !
I’m a journalist with a heart. I always carry a hip flask. For the victims, I mean!
Take their picture and give them a shoulder to cry on.
Yes but that didn’t comfort our guy in pink sweater. Lost in his thoughts of a worthless life that should end, he ran towards the pacing bus…………Your picture (Statue).
Ha Ha !
Valentine’s tragedies !
Thank you Utham. Always pleasure to hear from you.
That’s sad, but i think the pink vest is astonishingly cool.
I’m in awe!
It looks like plush carpet… and flamboyant pink! This young man might not know it, but he is a legend!
I want you to wear the vest!
Promise to post a picture of yours wearing that, you got one!
Very beautiful photos! 🙂
Thank you Cristian
you’re welcome, Arjun! 🙂
Love this post – beautiful photos!
Thank you Ana. A pat from you humbles my soul!
Valentine’s day – because love isn’t complicated enough 😀 Great photos!
Good Evening 😉
Che belle immagini….le prime due.
Ma poi che succede? non capisco….
les deux amants avaient mauvais jour, une Saint-Valentin. Les femmes, elles s’attendaient à sortir avec un dîner romantique, n’est pas venu.
Ah..ho capito. Le loro donne non si sono presentate e loro sono tristi… oh…..
Grazie per la spiegazione…
Fifty whacks with the frying pan!
No defense. I’m guilty from your point of view, fair view.
There is always a story! And you found it!
Afterthought. As a reporter, good story. A writer could have done better. Next year, perhaps!
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh those red balloons.
Should I look forward to a story?
Captured oh-so-perfectly…what sheer delight you offer. Thanks!! xo
Awww! Thank you so much 🙂
A wonderful narrative visually. What about a short prose poem, too? Maybe it does not need one.
Why not? let’s give it a try.
nice pics yaa………..:)
A picture can be worth a thousand tears. Great work, as usual
Thank you Greg!
Nice shots – at least the last two guys got to have their cool attire recorded. The trainers and the tank top are really something – I wish I could wear either. Difficult to pull off.
That’s my core dilemma. Every time, I think what can I pull off that no one has, startle the world. My ignorant brain assumes I’ll possibly fly someday but this…I take a bow!
wonderful photos, there are two sides to Valentines Day, hope the flask was helpful!
🙂 It has far outlived it’s duty to pacify many a hearts at fire!
Picture perfect! Shame on the women (or men) who stood these men up. They obviously gave the day a lot of thought. Their willingness to be vulnerable will surely attract the right person into their life soon.
There’s always someone out there for you. In fact you just inspired my next post.
Awesome! Glad I could help. 🙂
Thank you Anita 🙂
Can I ask you something out of context? Is there a post that tells about you, your life?
Hmm, the “About” page is probably the closest. There’s also a post called “Mom Ratted Me Out” (http://notedinnashville.com/2012/09/21/mom-ratted-me-out/) which talks a little about my mom, her battle with ovarian cancer, and her influence in my life.
Arjun-your photos tell such wonderful stories-especially the bottom two-wonderful work!
Thank you my friend!
So sad watching the gentleman ride off with his red balloons! I like the pink sweater! Definitely Valentine’s Day!! Wonderful interpretation with your photos Arjun! Love it 🙂
Thank you Judy 🙂
like your perspective