Sunday, June 2, 2013

June Photo a Day 2: A Moment

She gave birth to her child in quietude. When pain decided to not leave her side, her solitude and her strength stood by her like pillars. She was never alone. Because when it comes to her Child, She-the Mother knows it all.




Here is a photo of a moment that I encountered on one mundane day. A moment that can surpass any other moment. Needless to say it was not a mundane day anymore.

But it pains to see that even during such a critical situation, her owners did not bother to take care of her. I do not know how did she enter that lonesome residential park to give birth to her child, all I know there was none near her other than few passerby just like me who halted there to experience this miracle called Childbirth.

I remember my nani used to take care of her cows and other pets like her own child. The pregnant animals in villages are still given every bit of extra care and attention that they deserve. I have seen people giving food and shelter to stray bitches and cats especially when they are in their pre and post delivery stages.But why the city people are wiping off the elements of compassion and humanity from their hearts?


12 comments:

  1. OMG! That is such a sweet pic,yet so sad..just like the moment.Thanks for sharing :)

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  2. A rare moment caught in camera. I remember we used to celebrate the birth of a calf during my grandmom's time. Sad case this is.

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    1. A rare moment indeed and i was lucky to experience and capture it.

      even i remember celebrating it too and my grandparents houses.

      and here it is indeed a sad case.

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  3. A priceless moment!
    City people may forget compassion, but Mother Nature won't... for she's also a mother.

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    1. You are so very right Chicky. :) Thanks a ton.

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  4. Aren't you backdating the Day 1 post too?

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    1. Thanks for reminding it to me. i have already posted it now.

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  5. That's truly a moment to capture. Thanks for sharing. I'm joining in with the June photo a day too.

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  6. Sad indeed :( It's almost celebration time in villages.
    Nothing short of a miracle it is!

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  7. This is a rare and a priceless moment indeed! In a small town or a village, people would take care of such stray animals during such a moment, but in a suburban residential area... rarely anybody would come upfront to help such an animal.

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  8. Touching post! My grandparent had many buffaloes and cows and I have witnessed few such moments… and during delivery they call the veterinarian but before he come the bulls take care quite everything on their own.
    I think someone should called the blue cross to take care the cow.

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plz.. open d white window :)