I am going to go with one single photograph for this week’s photography challenge , Circle. This photograph was taken during our drive to Half Moon Bay, California. I like how it looked so geometrically correct to be a circle. Dont you think so ?.
Another year, Another Beer Bottle Tree
Last year was the first time I saw this unique Christmas Tree, made of beer bottles. You can check out the post here. So this year, I went looking for it, to see if they did uphold that tradition. Sure, they have. Except that the brand of the beer bottles got changed this year, is all. And this year, I got a picture of the tree with three stars close to it. It was as if the stars were leading us to the tree 😉
Happiness is …an unexpected bouquet
Have you heard of the quote
Always keep that happy attitude. Pretend that you are holding a beautiful fragrant bouquet. -Earl Nightingale
Guess what I got yesterday as a surprise, just in time for Christmas Eve. A beautiful bouquet that did help me keep my happy attitude all day long and it continues to do so today too 🙂 And since I cannot not photograph it, here are a couple of photographs of the same.
And to the person who sent this beautiful gift (my first ever Christmas gift!) Thank you ❤
This week, Sylvain’s theme is Macro. I have some macro shots of flowers, but then decided to do something new. I got this wedding invitation with me and I kept the outer cover because it looks very beautiful.
So decided to take a macro shot of the center piece and see how well it turns out to be, with my wide angle lens 🙂 ( I think I am a little bit obsessed with it) When I was doing a couple of them, I realized that the curves around the center Ganesh thing was more captivating than the actual center piece. So finally decided on this one. Looks good?