I’m all for colors in flowers. They look a bit insipid in black and white while trees look great.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Today Was a Good Day.”
Today was indeed a good day as I got up with no pain or uneasiness at all. Felt like going to morning walk to a nearby park. The surprise there waiting for us was a pair of swans. My husband gave the something to eat (we usually take some sprouts gram or lentils for squirrels or birds). They got irritated at my husband and started making violent protest. My husband engaged in verbal fight with them. When suddenly the mail member attacked my husband, he tried to pacify them with soothing noise but failed to make them friendly. Finally they walked away disgusted, not feeling amused. Good thing for me, in this dramatic episode was I got good shots with my phone camera.
‘Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here? That depends a good deal on where you want to get to. Said the Cat. I don’t much care where — Said Alice. Then it doesn’t matter which way you go, said the Cat.~
It’s really fun to experiment with different photo processing, sometimes result is not so good but sometimes it is magical.
For black and white challenge trees are my favorite subject.
Today’s assignment: publish a post based on your own, personalized take on a blogging prompt.
This is in response to a photo prompt.
Sky was gloomy,
Dark clouds hiding the full moon
No stars to follow direction,
No shore to be seen.
Loneliness added to the apprehension,
Helpless, hopeless, hapless
With no strength left
Unable to fight.
All hopes gone
I resigned to fate.
Suddenly I saw a smiling face,
Full of encouragement,
Inspiration and assurance
As if saying
“Do not worry my child
Be patient, do not lose hope,
Believe in God and pray,
Everything will be fine
As behind every cloud
There is a silver line.”
And I saw moon
Emerging from the clouds
Blogging 101,Day Nine- Get inspired from the neighbor
I was going through Friday Fictioneers hosted by- https://rochellewisofffields.wordpress.com for 100 words fiction stories. I was inspired by lingeringvisions, and taking a cue from her I wrote this story.
End of Dispute
The green moth was hurt, ‘What do you mean by which race?’ aren’t we both moths.’
The other one said-‘ No, Everyone has a race to be proud of.’
Seeing the moths fighting to prove their superiority,
the on looking bird intervened.
‘Stop fighting you two morons!
A moth is a moth is a moth.
Colour or race makes no difference.’
‘Sit side by side and let me inspect closely and decide which one is from a better race.
The bird gobbled them up, smacked its beak and said ‘ you both are fools but delicious, no doubt.’