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.
A sunny but cold day of winter. As if the shadow of a lonely bench is burning the snow.
The clouds threateningly loom on the path. A mundane scene can sometimes become visually appealing. Late afternoon clouds with streaks of red stopped me for this shot. (iPhone)
Sometimes you have to laugh at newspaper headlines. I usually do that in supermarkets while waiting in the checkout lines. But today, I was struck by a local newspaper that was left on the bus stop. It says that the most ‘Iowa-esque” state is Hawaii. I have to admit that I didn’t read the storyContinue reading “#045/365: Iowa= Hawaii?”
In the stillness of the night, there is an expectation of a stir.
On a cold rainy night, all have left for home. With the reflected lights on the pavement the abandoned parking lot offers a romantic picture opportunity.
Sunday in a University mall. A place devoid of teeming students reveals some inherent order. (iPhone)
Everyday, I walk through this corridor and have always liked the way indirect light of the morning sun pushes against the artificial lighting. Strong vertical columns break the flow of merging horizontal lines on the granite floor. The ceiling has additional checkered lines with stipple. The plain white wall has a stability against all theseContinue reading “#004/365: A daily perspective.”