Unusual, this week’s photo challenge of The Daily Post ~~
I call this Shamrock my “butterfly” plant, as you can see from its shape, quite
unique for me.
From dusk to early morn, its deep purple petals close to sleep away the night, just like how many flowers do. Its tiny lilac flowers make this plant even more special.
Then one afternoon, perhaps due to the close angle shot I took– my Shamrock “butterfly” plant gave me a picture of
an unusual form. See it?
I enjoy looking at beautiful landscapes. They make for great photographs, especially sweeping panoramas – of mountains, fields, the sea.
Yet, as I spend more time developing my photography skills, I discover so much beauty in the mundane as well.
Silver, one among the greens in my tiny garden
Playing with angles and light and texture
While others may pull weeds from their plot, I simply let them be, including the blur.
“I have always been caught by the pull of the unremarkable, by the easily missed, infinitely nourishing beauty of the mundane.”
― Tana French, Broken Harbour
Afternoon Scene — I took this photo of a pavement inside a mall…
Same pavement, another shot…
A different angle shot of the same pavement
Interesting play of light and shadow on the pavement…
Overall, I wanted to capture a sense of motion when I took these shots one after the other. One pavement,
, I hope. three perfect shots
Yellow Hibiscus In My Garden
In my tiny garden stands a small bush abloom with yellow hibiscus warming up to the first rays of the morning sun…
My Yellow Hibiscus
Such refreshing sight greeting me each day lends a cozier ambience to my simple sacred space…
Water drops…interesting subject.Sometimes, the most interesting comes from the most unexpected place ~~ the kitchen sink!