For Nancy Merrill’s A Photo a Week Challenge: Through Glass
If my room had windows like this, I wouldn’t mind not having a view of the outside!
Clicked at Sagrada Família, Spain.
Patch after patch of vivid colors are a feast to the eyes. If you peel your eyes away from this wondrous view, the faraway mountains and dreary sky paint a contrasting picture. And in between the two, the people, the buildings and the trees.
A collage of sceneries!
I’d mentioned a tiny container a while ago — it contained kumkuma powder in it. Now that the powder’s finally been used up, I’m using it to store tiny trinkets. (Yes, trinkets that are tinier than the tiny container.) From being a symbolic gesture at a religious ceremony to being used to store kumkuma to now — I’d say this container has had quite a ‘repurposeful’ journey.. 😉
This is the color version of the black-and-white that I’d published then. As always, I love the insightful contrasts between the two pictures!
To have a direction for the things we love to do — maybe continue onward in a familiar direction and finding new knowledge, maybe turn in an unknown direction and finding new adventure. To new horizons..
This picture is a processed layering of two pattern papers from my sister’s collection.
A double exposure using different results that I got while playing with the same lights on different occasions — a primitive light drawing, and a bokeh. Together, they’re magic! 🙂