Unusual Friends: Today I had to undertake a pre-course test which was to identify an individuals personality. Few questions were on the friends I have. Are they similar to me or wide apart. I found all my best friends were so different than what I am and there is mutual appreciation in what the other is as a person.
I am sure we all have such unusual best friend who is with you in times of joy and adversity!
Thorny Throne: How comfortable is this one perched on such a prickly bush. Guess the joy is no more or no less if it would have been a lovely green bush sans the thorns. Perhaps shows when we are going through difficult times, acceptance of the situation, being composed and be optimist that this will pass too is what’s important.
Happy Creations: Does happy toys also reflect the state of mind of the creator? People sometimes make toys that reflect so much of joy, happiness, smiling faces, carefree souls and so on. But are these creations a reflection of their feelings at that moment or it’s purely their imagination? How can the expressions be so touching when the creator has not experienced it is what I wonder sometimes!
What is the story you see here? I got mine…..The sun came for a sun down drink and seem to lose count of the drink he had, got tipsy and slipped in the pool. He is hanging by the branch now and should drown in a bit with nightfall approaching.
What is the story you see?
Rays of Hope: The sunset is tilted towards romance, but the first rays of the Sun always come out as the Messengers of Hope. The first rays of the Golden Ball of Fire is like as if the Chariot of Hope is rushing to earth asking all the dwellers; the birds, beasts, humans and every other living being that its a new day and there’s always hope. Give your best!
Wild Sofa: You don’t always need a well cushioned leather or fur stuffed sofa to perch your butt and relax. A hard wood tree is good enough for this. Also helps if you can view your buffet meal and select and jump for it any time when the tummy rumbles:)
I some how liked this ones pick of perch, spotted as self and a good camouflage.
Some sights are so welcoming and inviting. And its a combination of multiple factors which takes it to this level. Light being the prime most is perhaps the biggest contributor followed by the framing, foreground, background and the object.
Out here the spotted deer, is just half hidden and half visible and clicked closer to eye level, seems asking you to step into his world. Its evening time and with some bit of golden light that has lit the background, gives some good back light effect. Even the horns seem to glow. People, Welcome to Magic Land!