Take care of the old…

For their charm is irreplacable... Found this piece of art in front of a store during my recent trip to Gananoque. I like the curves and the weathered look.. Take good care of yourself! Have a great day.... Posted for VJ’s Weekly Challenge #112: Take Care September photo a day challenge - Crafty and PULL UP A... Continue Reading →

Home Place…

Home Place is comprised of used and discarded hydro poles carved into images of characters and symbols from world mythology and legend. These were, then, installed along the waterfront trail in Pickering, Ontario Canada. Home Place is a coalescence of universal symbols from a variety of times, cultures and beliefs. These symbols are alive but will... Continue Reading →

Bring a little light in someone’s life…

“Each day brings new opportunities, allowing you to constantly live with love - be there for others - bring a little light into someone's day. Be grateful and live each day to the fullest.” -  Roy T. Bennett Have a great weekend! Posted for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Lighting of Any Kind

Motivated perception!

I can see a white haired hag clinging on to the tree carrying something on it's back... My perception is based on the 'Vikram and Betaal' stories I have heard as a child. According to the legend the King Vikramaditya, in order to fulfil a vow, was required to remove a corpse of Betaal from... Continue Reading →

A perspective from the bygone era…

Inspired by Becky's Art on guns! Spending time and fortune, preparing elaborately for death and life after death! When people in Ancient Egypt died, they were mummified – this was a long process of preserving the body, and designing a coffin with painted pictures and writing. The process of mummifying and burying a body was done to... Continue Reading →

Mudras…

Speaking in dance via gestures to convey events or things visually is what mudras do. Mudras - hand/finger gestures are used in Indian Classical Dance, and are indeed a prominent part of the dancer's vocabulary.   'Mudra', a Sanskrit word, means a symbolic hand gesture that has the power of producing joy and happiness. It has been proved that regular... Continue Reading →

Stop! Don’t trample me…

If shoes could speak, they would tell, how many voices were trampled beneath! - Sripada “Your soul may be trampled in times of troubles. But if your spirit is strong, you will survive.” -  Lailah Gifty Akita Be of strong spirit! Have a great day... Posted for SQUAREPERSPECTIVES - 10 and 397th Nurturing Thursday

For the love of curves…

A smile is a curve that sets everything straight - Phyllis Diller Have a beautiful day! Posted for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Half Circles, Arches, Domes

A gallery of perspectives!

These are the varied unbiased responses of children in the form of glass paintings for a common topic. And to me, each of them is beautifully right! And I love the way it is beautifully compiled and displayed by the park. There were many sets like this... Learn to see things from different perspectives. Never... Continue Reading →

Happy Canada Day!

We have it all. We have great diversity of people, we have a wonderful land, and we have great possibilities. So all those things combined there's nowhere else I'd rather be - Bob Rae This is my first year here in Canada and I'm loving it! Have a blessed day! Posted for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Anything... Continue Reading →

Gigantic Buddha at Thimpu!

Atop a hill in Thimphu, the capital and largest city of Bhutan, is a massive, golden Buddha sitting atop a gilded meditation hall. But the monument holds an invisible secret: Unbeknownst to many people viewing the statue, they aren’t actually looking at one Buddha, they’re looking at 125,000 of them. It is known as Buddha Dordenma statue.... Continue Reading →

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