Posted in Inspirational & Observations from Life

Silent September

For the month of September, I decided to remain silent as best as possible… from social media. At the end of August, I sensed God whispering these two words to me: Silent September.

So I obeyed. No Instagram and no WordPress!
The break was refreshing. But…
It’s funny and ANNOYING… how I spent more time on Facebook… sigh! (Choose your poison…)
Also an Youtube presence. But to be fair, that’s only when I’m having a meal. I watch clips during.

However, I did capture some pictures that I wanted to share.
(Okay, #GooglePhotos edited these 2 a bit.) But I just like them:


Autumn is a great time here. One can feel the crisp coolness in the air, hear the crunch of the fallen leaves beneath your feet and then see the incredible colours of sunset – all of that adding to the charm of the season.


I then liked capturing a part of this school. Swanbourne House. A few miles outside of Milton Keynes. I had the privilege of doing a chapel service there. I was awed by how the morning sun fell upon the wall and how the reddish creeper climbed it.
Non Edited:

Here are some other pics last month that I took… that I’d like to share with you:

Autumnal sunsets are stunning!


I like the light and shadows and busyness of this one.

Creativity needs to be shared. Ideas breed ideas.

I have always liked tables that are jotted outside coffee shops. Here, the morning sun invites the customers to stay…

This, in real life (photo doesn’t do justice) depicted a lot of life going on. Situated outside the Google Offices. What a great little green pocket with running water. A place to take a breather!

A meeting of seasons.

In their own way, all three look so pensive…


I am an aspiring and up and coming writer. Dubbed the wondering wanderer. Do come check out my stories.

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