Moments when my eye, mind and hand decided to noncooperate!
For Tuesday Photo Challenge: Fuzzy
From yesteryear for Dawn’s Festival of Leaves 2018
Many Indians celebrated Diwali this last week. For me it was quite opposite as I was on roller coaster ride at work. There was no time to think about family or cultural matters and yes I am thankful for a supportive family. Now it feels like the week passed super quickly.
It’s our tradition to decorate house for Diwali and make rangoli (beautiful patterns with coloured sand or rice flour). On the day of Diwali, nature greeted me in a very special way and unknowingly I captured those moments. I am sharing rangoli created by nature to say “happy Diwali” to me naah to US!
The way to find out about happiness is to keep your mind on those moments when you feel most happy, when you are really happy — not excited, not just thrilled, but deeply happy. This requires a little bit of self-analysis. What is it that makes you happy? Stay with it, no matter what people tell you. This is what is called following your bliss ~
I am happy to share these moments with you. Find such moments and stay happy.
After two weeks of gray weather we got sunny weather for the weekend though the temperature has dropped down significantly. Sun is what we needed and hence we decided to take a walk along the popular hike route.
Since it was supposed to be a family tour, I deliberately left my camera home but don’t you worry as I had my mobile (samsung) with me :D.
Autumn shows us how beautiful is it to let things go ~Unknown.
Becca’s Sunday Trees inspires me to look for trees in various seasons, sizes and shapes.
The blue sky, the warm sun, the crisp breeze and autumn colours all were so inviting that we thoroughly enjoyed our walk. We covered around 12 km distance with maximum attended height of 450m.
Up and up…
The temperature was about +5C but it didn’t affect the spirit of locals and if you believe me it was all crowded up on the mountains.
And all at once, summer collapsed into fall ~Oscar Wilde
The majority of leaves are long gone but still we spotted colours here and other. For Dawn’s Festival of leaves.
I would love to link my beautiful autumn hike to Jo’s Monday walk but since Jo has asked us not to send her links, I will just tag the post to #Jo’s Monday walk.
Hope you enjoy the images.
3 images taken with iPhone.
Ignoring fall colours at this time of the year is not accpetable to me. I am presenting one of the fall refection images for Becca’s Sunday Trees this week.
Remember not every moment, every picture, every act in life is perfect. Accepting the way they are and then concentrating on the positive is the key to a happy life ~Rupali
The logs, the wagon trailer and the other times on the shoreline of the lake are part of this setting. But it doesn’t matter as we enjoy the reflection.