” So what’s your muse — what subject do you turn to frequently, more inspired each time? ”
Nature inspires me the most, especially the Sun and how it changes with the passing of the day. These photos were taken early on the 28th morning.
Earlier walls in our rural places were built with laterite stones. They were not cut into a definite shape. They were just kept on top of each other to the required height. If they were not stable, a small stone was used to fill the gap. Now such walls are not built. But those which were built decades ago still survive and they look beautiful. The feeling of aging gracefully comes to mind when we see them:)
Symmetry (noun): the quality of something that has two sides or halves that are the same or very close in size, shape, and position; the quality of having symmetrical parts.
For this challenge, share an image of symmetry. Don’t limit yourself to architecture — you can bend this theme in any way you’d like.
A portrait of your twins? A window grille? The yellow lines of a busy road? A row of sharp points along a metal fence? Let the world inspire you.
Temples are a very important part of our lives. There is a feeling of serenity , peace and reflection. Everything is so symmetrical. Maybe that adds to the feeling.
“This week, play with scale. Insert something into a scene to highlight size: your two-year-old in a field of flowers. A dime next to the huge cinnamon roll you picked up at the bakery. Shoot the giant pile of laundry making your couch look tiny by comparison.* Snap a picture of naturally occurring elements, like a Great Dane and Chihuahua together at the dog run. Share a photo from an airplane window showing us the plane’s engine against the ant-like background of the ground below.”
We, human beings look so small in front of a tree:)
A small boy is so big with a very small toy 🙂
His great grandmother’s slippers are so big 🙂
Today, we challenge you to show us what “express yourself” means to you. It could be the delightful, gummy grin of a baby grand-nephew, a message of love written with a biplane in the sky, the clenched fist of anger and frustration, or even a lunch with an attitude. This topic is wide-open and I can’t wait to see what you do with it. Have fun!
I loved this photo of my father with my grandson in evening sunlight coming in.
And of our grandson playing with this small toy.
The waters of this lake in our place seem to be Serenity personified. This is a man- made lake in our place. Long back, mud was removed to make tiles. Over the years this lake took shape. Our rains start in June and buy two months, the lake is full, the depth is about 100 feet. By November the rains stop. Now the water level has decreased a lot, but it never dries up completely.
“Isn’t it nice to think that tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it yet?”
― L.M. Montgomery
We were out very early on January 1st and were happy to the sunrise on the first day of the NEW YEAR. A NEW DAY