Tuesday Photo Challenge – Lock I bought this as a souvenir from Bhutan. In Buddhism, the fish symbolize happiness as they have complete freedom of movement in the water. They represent fertility and abundance. Have a great weekend!
Overhead with a difference for - Tuesday Photo Challenge – Overhead The carved wooden phalluses are hung (sometimes crossed by a design of sword or dagger) outside, on the eves of the new homes, at the four corners. They believe that such a symbol brings good luck and drives away evil spirits! Was a culture... Continue Reading →
For JULY SQUARES I can do it anywhere and at all times - even happy with window shopping... I find it very informative! Have a great day! Also for Six Word Saturday
Tried some body painting to qualify for Becky's July Squares! Hope I fit in... Wishing you a great day!
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Lawn Ornaments When these birds migrated from the lawn to the wall .... happy indoors! Innovative use of lawn ornaments... 🙃😜 Have a great day!
Colorful designs on wood from Bhutan for FRIENDLY FRIDAY: DESIGN Columns of ‘The Punakha Dzong’ built in 1637-38 in Bhutan. Colorful carved columns of wood. Similar columns seen in the present day columns – legacy continued! Pictures below are taken at ‘The Paro airport’, Bhutan. Love the colorful designs! Have a bright n colorful week!
One word Sunday - Vertical And for - A Photo a Week Challenge: Getting Your Ducks in a Row Have a great day!
#SpikySquare - 28 I clicked this somewhere in Europe almost a decade ago! Cannot recollect where and what it depicts! Mr Google is also lost like me... Sharing the full image below. If any body out here knows about this please share the info... Thanks 😊 But I'm sure it fits in Spiky Squares! Have... Continue Reading →
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Made by Humans Life - a great art Man makes machines Machines replace men Friends n foes! Love n hate - All we create... Engineered in our minds Castles - big n small Be it destruction or devotion All conceived n birthed By the kind or cruel... Continue Reading →