Friday, 9 July 2010

enjoy the weekend lovelies :)

12 comments:

GB said...

mouth watering deliciousness! Looks yum. :)

Megha Chhatbar said...

A gud capture! Is it unripe mango!?

Dithi said...

GB: it IS, my favourite and I get all nostalgic and homesick whenever I have a taste of it

Megha: yup, but these were yellow and soft- sweet inside

Kamini said...

Ahhh, we just wrapped up mango season here and I totally went berserk this season. Must have demolished at least 2-3 a day for the last 3 months!! Ripe or unripe mangoes with salt and chili powder...my mouth is watering at this moment! What a delicous photo! Thanks for stopping by my blog Dithi!

Ann said...

What a pretty pic!

charu said...

Got your link through Kamini. Lovely paintings. They have got something unique in them. Especially loved the one you put on the blog header. Keep going.. :)

Deepa Raman said...

glad i found your blog..Do u stay in US? In that case i write on indian products available in US.check out:) keep in touch..

Rupa said...

Dee, I hope you heard about the sketch book project. If not, please see http://arthousecoop.com/projects/sketchbookproject and hope you participate with your lovely sketches!

Strawberry Amma said...

Your blog is wonderfully structured, at the same time arty!

Shankari said...

I found your blog via Archana's entry in FB. I have been drooling over your panitings for the past 1/2 hour, mango takes a second place today!

Thanks for sharing all these lovelies with us!

Dithi said...

@Kamini: LOL! I can't say that I have done as much justice to 'mango season' this year, but when in India, I totally do the same thing. Sour or ripe, in every colour, size and taste, it is mangoes with breakfast, lunch and dinner.

@Ann: Thank you!

@Charu: Welcome on your first visit and many thanks for the feedback :)

@Deepa Raman: I stay in Geneva, Switzerland at the moment.

@Rupa: Thanks a ton Rupa for the link. I'm gonna take a look right away.

Dithi said...

@Strawberry Amma: I like your name, welcome and thank you.

@Shankari: thank you, glad you enjoyed!

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