Mundane Monday Challenge – Passage of time.

passage-of-time-window-view-plansts-trees

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mmc #4 – Leaves have faces too ;)

Leaves fall when they dry. A natural thing that happen. Seeing many fallen leaves on the ground, i thought why not create something out of it. An art, maybe ? So here’s what i did.

leaf1
this leaf here sits so poised & relaxes like those in the beach ( i have a wild imagination they say )
leaf2
this leaf has a face
leaf3
this too o_O

Damn these perspectives are everywhere! o_O

 Mundane Monday by  PhoTrablogger

Travel theme- Luminous

ANIMATION 3
the moon i shot every 5 mins of its movement and made a gif

 

Luminous light through a glass window
Luminous light through a glass window
Luminous flame
Luminous flame
Luminous bright bling in the bazaar
Luminous bright bling in the bazaar
a bright lit luminous house
a bright lit luminous house

Alisa’s Travel Theme Challenge – luminous

Weekly photo challenge – (Extra)Ordinary

cycle

Not sure if this is relevant to the weekly challenge theme but i felt the need to credit my bicycle for taking me places when i was bored & young.. Today, i see my ordinary bicycle lying in the corner for ages is now used as a support system for the other ordinary things (as shown in the picture)

Looks like my ordinary mundane bicycle has become a meaningful extraordinary thing after all 😉

Daily Post weekly photo challenge: “(Extra)ordinary.”

Weekly photo challenge – Boundaries (1)

beautufil city lite

Hi. This is in reference to the weekly photo challenge themed boundaries.. This will be my first photo challenge i am participating in.. I have always been different ( so my friends say ) and have always wanted to try something new because things that are of routine bore me too quick!

Initially when i first created my WordPress account, i started off as a writer writing small time articles and blog it.. Eventually my writing interest faded off. I have been aimless and jobless for a while.. and it’s like i have so much time in this world and i got nothing to do. It was during this short term hiatus i reasoned out what my capabilities are and what i am capable of. It was at this point i realised what little i can do in my given time.. Of course i do have a lot of bucket list to do .. I see a lot of beautiful pictures on the internet that people post on Instagram and Facebook and i feel so missed out that i could not travel places and see how wonderful things around me are. Of course i envy those who travel and post pictures! I’m a human. I have to be fair & honest to how I feel about these things.

As days and months passed i started taking photographs ranging from randomness to silliness to non sense. It was during this time i self learnt what amateur photography is. It was through this amateur photography, i have leant to edit the pictures, well, I’m not so professional enough though but i can say i feel better than what i have started when i was clueless. Taking photos and spending time editing keep me occupied. I even lose my sleep editing. Such has become my hobby. ( Well yea, I’m a very poor sleeper too )

Okay, getting back to the point. My reason as to why i chose this photo of my desktop with a city image in it is because, i like travel. Meet new places, people, see the colours around, become mesmerized with the city, village and its culture, food and take photos.  Since i could not have those in real (maybe some day i might) but watch through the internet, THAT “COMPUTER” IS A BIG BOUNDARY to me .. If only i could cross over to the other side through the computer itself!! Well hey! think of this way. Wouldn’t it be much easier for me if only i could get sucked into this computer literally, (like i seriously mean literally) each time i mentally wished “wish i could be in that place” and ZOOPPP! I’m in that place!!!!!

*Eyes open after wishing*  Meh… I’m still here & my time is 12:30am.

Reality sucks! Doesn’t it?

PS: The scene in the above image on my computer is from the movie Anna aka MindSpace.

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Boundaries.”