Sometimes you find the moon aping a sun at twilight. What gives away this act is the craters on this earth’s permanent satellite.
The rising moon on the African Continent was a beauty to admire. Also it was irony on how the dead tree branches just added to the beauty. What an evening it is to get such a sight and it’s much more merrier with an evening drink in hand. Some days are indeed memorable like this one!
A skin shade lighter or darker has made humans in the past treat the other with reverence or abhor them. Some considered this a mandate to boss over the other just for a shade difference in the skin colour. Over the years with the spread of education and equality this fallacy is being wiped out to some good extent, except some sporadic event where the light of both the E’s has not touched yet. Only diversity and inclusion can take this humankind ahead and to the path of progress!
Painted Skies – Sometimes Almighty gets in the mood to try his hands at painting and the results are always commendable.
Sometimes he prefers heavy strokes, sometimes lots of colors and sometimes just a few but the end result is bliss to the eyes and the heart. It is a moment to appreciate the beauty. When you in the city and end up with grey skies most of the time, such sights are a treat to the sore eyes. Hope you like it!
Something that’s contagious but welcome is called Smile. And if the smile is accompanied with a wave then its bound to gladden your heart.
Was travelling through Kutch where these two fairies cheered by day!
Keep smiling and spread the joy around. Cheers!
Some roads make you believe it’s a gateway to some place like Rivendell, the Elven realm in middle earth. Hold your breath!!!! This is not fantasy but paths in the mortal world where you and me live and breathe.
But one thing that is for sure is once you tread roads as these it is going to add few treasures to your kitty viz; “Peace and Joy” which are precious in today’s time.
Do travel around and experience this surreal world👍
Photographs from: Namibia, Tanzania, India and Srilanka