The pursuit of our goals is a lonely path; only we have to walk it all the way. But, it is fun to share parts of the journey with friends.
There is a quiet activity in the woods which is evident from the emergence of new fluorescent leaves on the trees.
I just finished the book “The Girl Who Played With Fire” by Stieg Larsson. At one point he talks about absurdities of human relations in terms of mathematical equations. Here, the subject is not that profound but the reflection of the hospital hallway is superimposed on the left side. The arches themselves appear to beContinue reading “#89/365: Absurd equation.”
An alternate route to the matrix.
A path in the woods opens to the beautiful view of Spring.
These wildflowers are cousins of ‘bleeding hearts’ but the shape is more triangular.
An evening spent on a trail.
We are not exactly a city that attracts tourists for its cherry blossoms, but we got our nooks and corners of blossoms that are pleasing to eyes. (iPhone)
This looks like work of an architect who refused to grow up. All he/she needed to build was learnt in kindergarten. (iPhone)
I wonder if Santa looks unhappy with the Jazzman’s cheekiness or with his luck. I was at the loading dock of a Chicago apartment building where these figurines were placed. I would guess that service personnel who put them up were as amused as I was. (iPhone)
Recently, I came across a tip on Flipboard about improvising an iPhone to shoot macro pictures. The concept is simple; put a drop of water on the iPhone camera lens, and shoot close up pictures. The hanging drop of water works as a magnifying close up lens. I couldn’t wait for cute insects to comeContinue reading “#081/365: iPhone macros.”
In the dynamics of life, things change for better or for worse. The car shop photographed here has moved down the street to a bigger and better location. But the old shop retains residues of its glorious past.