Geometric shapes are common across the world particularly bringing quite a vibe for a variety of buildings. Geometry is generally an integral part of architecture and ensures that structures appear aesthetically pleasing.
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He was happy
in nature’s company.
Note: Each moment spent amidst nature in the last year has felt more special than ever. It has taught us the importance of simple things like watching a sunrise or sunset, seeing birds flying high up above us and generally being able to appreciate nature in all its glory.
Linking to Saturday Six Word Story Prompt, Six Word Saturday, A Photo A Week Challenge, Shadow Shot Sunday, Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Special moments #139, Which Way Photo Challenge, Thursday Tree Love
The day was finally here. His face glowed like never before. As he looked out, the sky seemed more beautiful than ever.
This lockdown had taught him what it felt like to just walk around peacefully amidst nature be it at a beach or a park. It gave a him a renewed sense of life.
Linking to Which Way Photo Challenge, Tuesday Photo Challenge: Renewal, Microblog Mondays, Monday Window, Water Water Everywhere, Fandango One Word Challenge: Glow
A lot has changed in the post-pandemic world. Travel meant going on international trips while now it is about sightseeing locally.
What started to worsen sometime in spring around the world has just sadly continued on as we near winter.
Linking to Lens-Artists Challenge #124: Now and Then, Which Way Photo Challenge, Weekend Sky, Shadow Shot Sunday
“There’s a sunrise and a sunset every single day, and they’re absolutely free. Don’t miss so many of them.”
~ Jo Walton
Linking to Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #122 – The Sun will come out tomorrow, Shadow Shot Sunday, Which Way Photo Challenge, One Word Sunday: Colour, Skywatch Friday
Focus is generally the central point of attention and activity. For photographers, it’s all the more important to keep the focus on a specific subject so that their photographs are able to tell their stories.
As the days kept passing by and the seasons kept changing, they started to feel that the juice they had in the society had no value. Everyone irrespective of their social status was equally at the mercy of the virus. While initially, they were very eager to know more about the pandemic, fatigue started to set in over time making them incurious.
They were tired of all the negativity. But despite this, though there were days when it was bright and sunny outside, they didn’t deem it fit to enjoy themselves when everyone around was struggling to make ends meet.
Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Juice, Fandango One Word Challenge: Fit, Your Daily Word Prompt: Incurious, Sunday Writing Prompt: A Change of Season, Which Way Photo Challenge, A Photo a Week Challenge: The Road Not Taken, One Word Sunday: Bright, Shadow Shot Sunday
“Summertime is always the best of what might be.” ~ Charles Bowden
Linking to Wordless Wednesday, Thursday Tree Love, Which Way Photo Challenge, Friendly Friday Challenge: Quiet Places, Timeless Thursdays, Weekend Reflections and Skywatch Friday
While things have changed rapidly this year as far as air travel is concerned, I still am truly inspired as far as air travel is concerned. Other than being simply able to go from point A to point B, air travel helps to fulfill dreams of travel to far off places.
I have always loved and been inspired to try different cuisines. And this is what I did when I went last year to New York.
Road trips have always been my idea of exploring a country and definitely inspirational. And when I got a chance to do the same during my trip to the US East Coast, it was definitely fun unlimited.
I have always loved sitting by the sea and hearing the sound of the waves hitting the shore. It’s definitely up there as among the most peaceful things to do. It inspires you to think so many things and dream so many dreams.