Sunday, September 4, 2011

About "Leaving"

transitive verb
a. going away, departing, dis.associating

“You never really leave a place you love,
part of it you take with you,
leaving a part of yourself behind.”

Taken: Hoboken, NJ
Camera : Lumix GF1
Lens : 
Lumix G 20 mm f/1.7 Pancake 


  1. Nice photo with a nice imaginative title:lea-ving
    Very truly u have commented that you cannot really leave a place where you have lived; u do take away huge memories of it particularly when it happens to be USA and in USA, HOBOKEN ,a town with 150 years of history and a place in history in making USA WHAT IT IS TODAY N in Hoboken too when your aparment is on the edge of water park and pier park.
    We too cherish the pleasant memories of a quarter of year we spent at Hoboken with our younger daughter ,our son -in -law and the small kid.
    wishing u enjoy equally for change is a part of life;it is the spice of life

  2. My sentiments, precisely...

    Thanks for sharing, Sonia...

  3. Nice & emotional quote...Will pen it down in my dairy :))
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

  4. May this change bring Abundance of HAPPINESS in your life!Good Luck &God's Blessings.

  5. Wait a minute. I love the quote and pic and all but please tell me you arent leaving us? Please tell me this is not what this is about.I so thoroughly enjoy your recipes and posts!

  6. Thinking about you Sonia. Hope all is well with you and yours:)

  7. I'm overwhelmed with ur warm messages and love...! We've moved out of Hoboken, so was utterly busy with packing and unpacking our stuff. I'll be back in a short while for sure with umpteen recipes. Thank you so much for all ur support and concern.

    Best regards, Sonia !!!


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