Day19 – Double & Rotation

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I flipped this image. I think the image becomes interesting that way. What do you think?

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Went outside to find any doubles and nature had these beauties for me 🙂

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Day16 – Treasure & Close-up

I love taking close-up shots.

Here is my favorite plant in my garden. I love the color of the leaves. The best part is it looks beautiful with and without leaves.

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And of course, I love books and bookmarks!

My customized bookmark with my favorite quote on it ❤

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Day9 – Warmth & Quality of Light

Funny there is no sun today 🙂 I would have loved to experiment with light but that also requires getting out of the house which is not possible today.

So, here are some photographs that I have taken overtime.

I love the sun om this rose. Long ago I wrote a short poem which goes with the feeling of this image very well. >> Until

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The mix of artificial and natural lights give a warm feeling.

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Cathedral Church lahore,Pakistan

Sun rays. ❤

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Front light.

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Village in Okara,Pakistan

Side light.

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Sawat, Pakistan

Back light.

Sun looks like a huge fireball here. Love this effect.

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Village in Okara,Pakistan

Back light.

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St. Anthony’s Church, Lahore,Pakistan

Day4 – Bliss

 

Kinnaird College, Lahore, Pakistan.
Amidst nature.

Ancient architecture and nature; lots of trees, plants, water, the sunshine, shadows. They bring out pure bliss and joy from within me.

This is Kinnaird College, Lahore, Pakistan. A place very close to my heart.

Can you see the class in session?  I don’t know about the students but  I sure enjoyed this view.

Day3 – Water & Orientation

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Water to me brings a sense of peace and calm. It sort of washes away all the tension.

I couldn’t do much today so just decided to capture the water droplets on a freshly watered plant.I think the vertical shot is the better one.

I also wanted to share some old pictures I took back in 2011. I didn’t know anything about photography but sharing them anyway coz I love the place.

River Kunhar

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Lake Saif-ul-Mulook

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