It’s late evening and my mind needs some relaxation after a day full of brain storming. I decided to participate in Brenda’s photo study: red. You have to believe me 🙂
Instead of going out. I digged into my archives and looked the way I have captured red in my early photography days :D. The photos are from early 2015 when I got my DSLR.
As we know it is very difficult not to notice “Red” and at the same time it is really hard to get a good shot (I will never say perfect in my case).
Let’s begin our journey…
What feels like the end is often the beginning!
“Men are like pillow-cases. The colour of one may be red, that of another blue, and that of the third black; but all contain the same cotton within. So it is with man; one is beautiful, another is ugly, a third holy, and a fourth wicked; but the Divine Being dwells in them all”
―Swami Ramakrishna Paramahamsa
Right now it’s summer, how about relaxing on a red bench
With sommer specials!
Day before yesterday I took a short walk after lunch in university garden. Most of the flower beds are not yet ready. To surprise me some tiny flowers were blooming here and there quite confidently. These are real winners as inspite of low temperature and cold winds they decided to survive and smile at me. Hope you also enjoy them and smile back.
Have a nice weekend!
We in this part of the world are used to gray and wet days. You may remember from my earlier post that last year in June it rained for 26 days in a row. In such default weather settings getting some colours on the sky are one of the most “Unlikely” events but a little sun shine is enough to brighten our day and make us active ( hyperactive in my case 🙂 ). These two photos were captured unexpectedly.
Along the same lineof thought, I would like to share a quote by Deepak Chopra for Nurturing Thursday
“Embrace the unpredictable and unexpected. It is the path to the infinitely creative in you.”
Roses from Keukenhof Garden, Lisse, Holland.
Last two days I am watching and enjoying these crocus flowers. Until a few days ago they didnot exist but with a help of little sunshine, they are happily blooming. Today I spend some time trying to capture them with different angles. It was really hard. May be I should have had overalls. Do you know the best place to find wild crocus in abundant is an old graveyard.
Few days ago there was little discussion on a fellow blogger’s post about difficult times and how life is not fair for all. These crocus flowers inspired me to share a zen quote,
Flow with whatever may happen and let your mind be free. Stay centered by accepting whatever you are doing. This is the ultimate ~ Zhuangzi
It was taken 2 years ago at Keukenhof gardens in Lisse near Amsterdam.