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The Language of Angels!

Terracotta angels on sale at the Kala Ghoda Festival 2013 in Mumbai

“I have traveled more than any one else, and I have noticed that even the angels speak English with an accent”  ~ ~ Mark Twain


  1. Jana Jana April 8, 2013

    I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free;
    Michelangelo (or in a handful of clay) lovely image !

    • from7Eight from7Eight April 8, 2013

      Oh! I do love that quote, Jana. Thank you.

  2. Suzy Suzy April 8, 2013

    Very cute – I love angels.

    • from7Eight from7Eight April 8, 2013

      Have you ever been to the Kala Ghoda festival, Suzy? So much variety and colour.

      • Suzy Suzy April 8, 2013

        No haven’t been to one. this must’ve started after I left for NZ – perhaps next visit I’ll try and get there.

        • from7Eight from7Eight April 8, 2013

          I do think it’s some relatively new, Suzy. It’s held in February.

  3. Winnie Winnie April 7, 2013

    Hi Corinne! Thanks for the kind visit and comment on my card! It was a nice way to start the day! I love how you came up with your blog name, it is so fun and creative! Sounds like you and your husband have a great life in Mumbai, and it sounds so exciting to me. Love the terra cotta angels you featured today! So unique and expressive! Enjoy the day!

    • from7Eight from7Eight April 7, 2013

      Thanks for the visit back, Winnie. Your comment here just reinforced what I thought about you – you’re ever so thoughtful and kind. Looking forward to reading more of your posts. Have a great week ahead.

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