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Description: Being a resident for a long time of that river-ghat, this dog used to pass its daily time by looking through these numerous mundane activities.
Author: Amitava Chandra, Kolkata, West Bengal
Location: Kolkata,West-Bengal
Year: 2001
Camera: Nikon F80

Dog, Kolkata, West Bengal

Dog, Kolkata, West Bengal

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2 Responses to “Legacy”

  1. ighosh says:


  2. Claudia says:

    I’ve had similar thgtohus before regarding books in general. There are a heck of a lot of books out there–more than anyone, even the fastest reader, could ever possibly read. Think of how many books have ever been written. Why do some become “classics” while others which are just as good or maybe better never even heard of, or in some cases never even published? I have a sister-in-law who has written several children’s books and has yet to get any published, and they’re good. I’ve read some of them, and they’re a lot better than a lot of the junk I’ve seen in libraries and bookstores. It makes no sense, really. How do such dumb books manage to get published and other really good ones don’t? I know this is more in reference to novels, but what do you know about publishing children’s books? I actually have 2 sisters-in-law trying to do that.Thanks.:-)Tami Gooch

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