1,513 words by 7 writers in Milton Keynes, Gurgaon & elsewhere

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Architecture, photography, Haiku

Taj Mahal sunrise, 12-hour round-trip journey; Beauty unsurpassed.

by Dan Rubin

Agra — This morning at 2am, I left Le Meridien Delhi with a driver, guide, and security guard (just to be on the safe side, according to the hotel) to travel 3 hours to Agra for a chance to capture the Taj Mahal at sunrise. After spending another 3 hours at various points across the river from the Taj hunting for good angles, we turned around and headed right back. Kudos to my support team for making an...

Train Stations, Haiku, transportation

Milton Keynes station: Gateway to a Stepford world; Apocalyptic.

by Dan Rubin

Milton keynes — It was my first — and, as of this writing, only — visit to the town of Milton Keynes, one of a handful of ‘new towns’ created during the 1960s in an effort to relieve housing congestion in London. I ...

Cooking, Haiku, patience

early blossoms greet/ old towering evergreens/ back 2 work 4 me!  

by Chris DeBarr

Portland — Long ago and faraway, there was a chef who hit a dead end, injured, beat up, down to his last dollar…despite a glittering career as a head spinning artist of soul food, he couldn’t go on. Luckily, s...

inspiration, Haiku, urbex

The light

by Philippe Castelneau

Lasalle, gard — the brain electric ideas jostle the keyboard still missing the light

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