December Photo A Day Challenge by City Sonnet, Day 4 The prompt word is Clouds The ever-changing painting by clouds in sky’s vast canvas. Sometimes, castles in silvery hues. Or in shades of orange
This is for December Photo A Day Challenge by City Sonnet The prompt word is dramatic. Sometimes animals can pose for you with so much drama. Look at him! As if he is perched and ready to ride his Dodge Tomahawk! He was looking at me saying “Click […]
This is in response to Bulbul’s Twenty Words Tuesday The Prompt for week 18 is Sphagetti She followed the dangling strand of sphagetti, noisily retreating into his mouth, wondering how could she once find it cute .
The fire that crackled and burnt, looked pretty, like the ones she doodled while passing time, sitting through lectures on religious study . This one too had the shades which she used to paint her flame; from the dark orange fringes which faded to the colour of tuscan […]
The topic for Cee’s Black and White Photography is Closeups Christmas tree is finally decked up. The snowflake looked equally enchanting in white, without the twinkling reds, blues and greens of the fairy lights catching and scattering off its glittering frame.
Which Way Photo Challenge by Alive and Trekking. Explored another hill today. The meandering road, bathed in the golden light of the setting sun, looked beautiful.
This post is for Friendly Friday Photograph which is hosted for the week by Sandy This week’s theme is Unique and here are few of my unique photograph collection. I met this couple on my evening walk. I wasn’t having my camera and so had to use my […]
The very talented PotterheadAanya has published her book which is available on Goodreads. Do find the details in her below blog. Hey guys it’s finally here!!!You can find my book on amazon and pothi It will be FREE from 27th to December 1, 12 am PST.I’l remind you […]
November Photo A Day Challenge, by City Sonnet, Day 26 Slow Under years of siege by water and oxygen from the air, these iron poles of erstwhile streetlights, gave in, slowly turning to rust. It also had tangles of some indistinguishable vine, looped around. Like a lover who did not […]
One liner Wednesday hosted by Linda . The more a man judges, the less he loves. Honor de Balzac