Kaleidoscope?!

When was the last time you stopped to notice the simple mundane things with attention to detail?

If you are wondering so long, to remember that, now is the time to look around.. But with a little more attention to those everyday things and scenery, we take-for-granted.

Isn’t there something beautiful that grabbed your attention, more than others. Now, frame-it and hang-it out, not in the legal sense, but with a camera and a blog post.

Don’t you want it to be enjoyed and appreciated by many? Here’s a simple way! Give a pingback in your post to TraBlogger’s Mundane Monday Challenge!

He is hosting this challenge for over a year now and he is always kind to share his views / appreciation on the submissions, as well as, to compile them in his next week’s post. More than that, there are even simple and interesting guidelines offered by him to help us take better mundane shots. Do enjoy his clicks and other submissions for the challenge over here!

Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope

The reflections of a normal Jhumka gives a somewhat resemblance to the Kaleidoscope to me.. And it also makes me think of a little girl with her head slanted to the side.. Do let me know what you think of it in the comments..

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11 thoughts on “Kaleidoscope?!

  1. Mark this as urgent and do it ASAP: download the short essay by VIRGINIA WOOLF titled “The Death Of The Moth”. She beautifully captures a mundane affair in such a manner that the whole thing gets into another realm altogether!
    Try reading all her works! Would inspire you so much! Especially A Room Of One’s Own! You,would love it!

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  2. Pingback: Mundane Monday Challenge #55 | PhoTrablogger

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