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The best thing that ever happened to me…MY MOM…everything that i am…i owe it to her…!! The countless smiles…the robust support…the happiest of all my memories…all given by her…Love you Mom..u mean the world..n much more..thanks for giving me “myself”:)

Happy Mother’s Day…Love you Mom 🙂
@Shruti.

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Eat fruits, be healthy :)

It says... Eat fruits, be healthy 🙂

Happy St. Patrick’s Day 🙂 Wear green, glo green 🙂

-Shruti.

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Happy Valentines 2010

Happy Valentines Day..Xoxo 🙂

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Foliage

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Foliage . . .

Red and Orange Trees, a whisper in the wind saying that winter is near… Fall is here!!!

Foliage-2

Fall colors

A tree grew old or a bunch of marigold!

Enjoy the fall colors this season…

Cheers!!!

Shruti 🙂

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Happy Diwali !

Happy Diwali !

Wish you all a very Happy Diwali and prosperous New Year 🙂

@Shruti.

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The Gateway Arch, St. Louis is the tallest national monument in the United States at 630 feet. The Arch weighs 17,246 tons. Nine hundred tons of stainless steel was used to build the Arch, more than any other project in history.
 Gateway Arch, St. Louis

Gateway Arch, St. Louis

Gateway Arch - side view

Gateway Arch - side view

Downtown, St. Louis

Downtown, St. Louis

I took this pic from the top of the arch.

Tha Arch Shadow

The Arch Shadow

The Gateway Arch, St. Louis

The Gateway Arch, St. Louis

Ronald Wilson Reagan Memorial Bridge – behind the arch on Missouri river.

Overall it was a great experience to visit this monument.

@Shruti 🙂

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Recently I got a chance to visit America’s richest state “New York”.  I fell in love with the place while I was landing in the night…OMG millions of glittering lights everywhere, i felt as if it was Diwali for a while. It was a lifetime experience to witness the Skylines in the night. It was even more interesting and amazing when I started to explore it from the next day. I bet “If you haven’t seen New York, you haven’t seen America at all”

The Empire Sate Building

The Empire Sate Building

This magnificent architecture is NYC landmark and is a 102 story building, its visible from any corner of the city. Following the destruction of  World Trade Center in 2001, the Empire State Building once again became the tallest building in New York City and NY State.

Downtown Manhattan From the top of Empire State, NYC

Downtown Manhattan From the top of Empire State, NYC

Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty, NYC.

The Emperor of France gifted this monument to USA as a token of freedom. The Statue of Liberty conveys its message of freedom through a number of dramatic Symbols. The broken shackles at her feet signify escape from tyranny. In her left arm, she holds a tablet of law inscribed in Roman numerals the date of the American Declaration of the Independence, July 4, 1776.

The Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty

Her crown’s seven rays suggest the seven seas and seven continents. Most significant of all, however, her torch and frame symbolize truth and justice enlightening the world. Perhaps no poem brings these symbols to life more than “The New Colossus”, a sonet written by Emma Lazarus in 1883, as an attempt to raise funds for the pedestal’s completion.

NY Skyline from SOL

NY Skyline from SOL

Total bliss!

The Brooklyn Bridge - Nightlife of NY

The Brooklyn Bridge - Nightlife of NY

It looks extremely beautiful in the night with those colorful bright lights that add more charm to its beauty. Just for information, NY uses 90% of electricity to light up the skylines during night. A must see view in the night is the famous “BMW” bridges namely Brooklyn, Manhattan and Williamsburg bridges adjacent to each other. Remember these names as this is the common question asked in the qualifying round for “Who wants to be a Millionaire?” 😉

“The night tour of NY” is something you just can’t afford to miss! Brooklyn  Fulton Ferry, breathtaking views of the glittering necklace of the Manhattan Skyline, night time views and charm of Empire State Building, Times Square, Chinatown, Greenwich Village, SoHo, Little Italy and the lower east side…just amazing! 🙂

I loved this place and its truly said that “If I can make it here, I can make anywhere in the World” I love New York… 🙂

dd

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