Today I saw brief glimpses of beautiful crocuses of this season but have already set my mind on this image for Wednesday. Crocuses have to wait for a day or two.
Wordless Wednesday 7-23
Hope you don’t mind multiple images.
Jo’s Monday Walk
Shadows and Reflections in Monochrome
Time spent in self-reflection is never wasted – it is an intimate date with yourself.~ Dr Paul TP Wong
Don’t look for things to be easier, look for you to be better ~Jim Rohn
I love capturing reflections and always looking for interesting settings. On the other hand monochrome photography is my weak side. I am hardly satisfied with a result. I feel like something is lacking in my images. Anyways, I decided to come up with a post before it’s too late.
Adding a little to ordinary moments
There isn’t any such thing as an ordinary life.~ L.M. Montgomery
After a break we resume our daily walks. Walking in fresh snow is such an activity. Just that taking care of umbrella, camera and mittens require skills which I should learn😊. The surrounding looks new every time we pass by. Taking pictures is an addiction but some spots needs our attention and an image is mandatory. First I thought of making these images monochrome but then decided to keep them as they are. Hope you like them.
Jos Monday Walk
Six Word Saturday
Behave respectfully at any religious place
In earlier times people would visit the religious places of their own belief. Times have changed and we see crowd everywhere. There is nothing wrong visiting places of worship and find some of the best art, history, archaeology and music of all time. In spite of one’s own beliefs proper etiquette should be followed depending on the place and their customs/rituals.
The following images are taken during our visit to an ancient Buddhist temple located in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. Sensoji is perhaps the most famous and the oldest Buddhist temple in Tokyo. I was amazed to see many messages for the “believers”. I present a couple of them.
When tea becomes ritual, it takes its place at the heart of our ability to see greatness in small things. Where is beauty to be found? In great things that, like everything else, are doomed to die, or in small things that aspire to nothing, yet know how to set a jewel of infinity in a single moment? ~ Muriel Barbery
I have always believed, and I still believe, that whatever good or bad fortune may come our way we can always give it meaning and transform it into something of value.~ Hermann Hesse
Is he a fortune teller?
Jo’s Monday walk
Six Word Saturday
Lens artists photo challenge – Let me admit that I love the theme this week. If time permits I may have another post later this week.
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