Thursday, November 4, 2010

Thursday Challenge - CRAFTS (Supplies, Knitting, Crocheting, Woodworking, Pottery, Painting,...)

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Clay lamps crafted for the festival of lights - Deepavali which will be celebrated from the 3rd Nov to 5th Nov (both days inclusive :) ) Clicked with Nokia N8
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29 comments:

  1. This is enticing! Fascinating, how so many cultures have a festival of lights in late autumn.

    You captured the scene with all its "trinketry" and texture.

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  2. Terrific capture and it is enticing indeed! It's been fun watching the preparations for Deepavali on several blogs lately!

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  3. I love the little lamps! I wish I had thought to buy one when I was in Bengaluru back in 2009!

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  4. Fantastic!

    Wishing you and folks a very happy Diwali!

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  5. Perfect for the theme. Happy Diwali.

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  6. Nice shot....happy Diwali.

    check my challenge: http://jidhu.blogspot.com/2010/11/thursday-challenge-crafts.html

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  7. I love to see the patterns on those oil lamp, so pretty! Wishing you and your family a joyous Divali. Time for me to go to the Little India in Serangoon Road to check out the sales for Divali's need.

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  8. belle photo et beau patchwork de couleurs

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  9. Wow, very nice! What an apt image for the festive season! Happy Diwalito you and your family Deepak :)

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  10. Skillful! Happy Divalli to you and your family!

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  11. Hello, I am back ;)!

    Love these clay diyas.. We used to paint them in school in our hobby class, lovely vibrant colours..

    Nice shot, spirit of Diwali.

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  12. A lot of intricate designs. Happy Diwali to you.

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  13. So many adorable stuffs!Love the hearts!
    Léia

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  14. I love these clay lamps!
    Happy Diwali:)

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  15. Its that time of the year again :)

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  16. Your festival is getting a lot of press over here lately since our president is coming over with 3500 of his best friends at a cost of about $2,000,000,000 to the U.S. tax payer. I'll bet it is a beautiful site, and if you see mr. obama would you do us all a favor a keep him?

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  17. Pretty clay diyas.
    Deepak, I wish you a happy Diwali and good wishes for joy and prosperity.
    ~celine

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  18. the charms of diwali lies in the diyas :D
    well captured

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  19. Diyas!...people are getting very creative!

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  20. wonderful diya with beautiful carvings.

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  21. Very nice designs! I like the heart shaped one..

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  22. Very nice designs! I like the heart shaped one..

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  23. Pretty clay diyas.
    Deepak, I wish you a happy Diwali and good wishes for joy and prosperity.
    ~celine

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  24. Wow, very nice! What an apt image for the festive season! Happy Diwalito you and your family Deepak :)

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