There is something so warm and reassuring about window boxes with vibrant fresh flowers. It says that someone out there cares! – – – See more windows here.
For the weekly photo challenge, I went up close to focus on this painting of Lord Ganesha made from natural organic pigments. Ganesha is the harbinger of luck and prosperity. His head symbolizes the Atman or the soul, which is the ultimate supreme reality of human existence, and his human body signifies Maya or the… Read More My friend Ganesha
“One thing I’ve learned about art is that, it’s not perfect. It doesn’t have to be a flawless masterpiece. I’m not perfect, we’re not perfect… but right here, right now… is perfect. It’s a masterpiece.” ― Jac Prescott Winged Victory of Samothrace also called the Nike of Samothrace| Musée du Louvre – – –Aphrodite, Venus… Read More Masterpiece
Le Passe-Muraille (the Passer-Through-Walls) by Marcel-Aymé in Paris. Le Passe-Muraille is the title of a story by Marcel Aymé about a man named Dutilleul who discovers that he can (you guessed it) walk through walls. The statue is situated in a place named after Marcel Aymé in beautiful Montmartre. See more surprise here.
“The questions worth asking come not from other people but from nature, and are for the most part delicate things easily drowned out by the noise of everyday life.” – Robert B. Laughlin See some more delicate stuff here.
Check out these old and worn, nevertheless green bikes parked with the green elements of nature. “Don’t blow it – green planets are hard to find.” See more green here.
“Nature is bent on new beginning and death has not a chance of winning…” ― Rosy Cole. See more renewal in this week’s Daily Post photo challenge.
This city refuses to settle down. It’s caught in a perpetually short life-cycle of construct-deconstruct-reconstruct…. As I took a walk across a work site today, I found it a little unsettling that I could identify all the basic elements of shapes within the rubble of the fallen building that had been a perfect geometric structure… Read More Geometry in rust and rubble
This big chevy is calmly parked at an apparel store’s winter collection and not in a garage. I found it so cute; oddly at ease amid the frenzy of holiday shoppers all around it. Find more BIG stuff here.
“It’s pretty far, but it doesn’t seem like it.” See more entries for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Near and Far here.