Interesting subject.Makes me curious.
True Indrani, that brings my interest too...Something different to collect the memories of your loved ones..... Thank you dear...:)
Congress campaign :P Amazing pics. A 3D experience. Thanks Priyashi for sharing :)
hahahaha Certainly not a congress campaign Ravish...:D. I really like the style of keeping memory.... Thank you Ravish...:)
They remind me of the handprints we made in Kindergarten!
He he he thats really true....I too played with colors making handprints on various places....:D. Thank you Colleen. Its nice to see you on my blog.. Welcome...:)
You know something: the Aborigines in Australia painted their caves with hands of their children every year they printed their hands on the rocks. The hands became bigger each year . Thanks for this photo. Wil, ABCW Team.
Hey thats really Interesting and new to know about the Aboriginies. Thank you for sharing the informative piece. Its great to see you on my blog. Welcome Wil.....:)
I had similar ones of my grandchildern. :)
Oh thats really innovative.... I too loved spending time with colors and making handprints on walls when I was a kid....:D
Neat exhibit..It is a great museum to visit.
Yeah It is, Awesome place to go... Thank you Eilee..... :)
What fun - I've never been to Madame Tussaud's.
Oh you must visit some time.... Its worth spending time here.....thank you Al.....:)
I've never been to a Madame Tussaud's -- those handprints make a nice picture.
Its really a nice place to visit. You will have lots of places to click photos....:)
Lovely, Priyashi!Hand-prints on the sands of time :)
Yeah dear, I found it really interesting and an unique method of collecting memories.... Thank you Anita.....:)
Looks really interesting... :-)
Yeah it was dear..... something new for preserving precious memories.....Thank you Maniparna....:)
Thank you Divsi.....:)
Leaving an imprint ;) Good idea.
Yeah, something new to do..... Thank you Dawn...:)
Yeah, something creative....Thank you Rajesh..:)
Thank you dear.....:)
So lovely to see a serie of items from "Madame Tussauds Museum"... very creative and fascinating, indeed! A lovely autumn day!
Yeah, these were unique. Thank you Alexa for stoping by. Its good to see you on my blog...:)
Sad that such an incident happened. I never knew there are people who can demand money from a poor illiterate old man for filling up a form..!Sad times indeed.
oops..!my bad! wrong comment in the wrong post!