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Horns

Natural Horns

What is life?

Life is full of fun my friend.

There is no such thing called ‘crying’!

Laugh because it’s unpredictable!

“All the fun is locking horn with impossibilities” Claes Oldenburg

Artificial Horns

horns

We make our self comfortable by copying Mother Nature and thinking that we are on par with mother nature and we pat ourselves!

Can we replace Nature’s beauty?

My friend, technology is no replacement for Mother Nature.

Don’t forget, we are experts in faking everything including the sacred ‘Love’

“All things are artificial, for Nature is the art of God” Thomas Browne

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CBWC-In or on Water

In Water-GoldFish

“Aquariums, the source of life in a lifeless world” Unknown

On Water- Geese

“Swimming is simply moving meditation” Cesar Nikko Caharian

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CBWC-Anything That flies

For this photo challenge, I have a slightly different take.

Flying Seed

“A seed refuses to die when you bury it, that is why it becomes a tree.”
 Matshona Dhliwayo

The flying seeds are light and have feathery, soft bristles that help the seed to fly long distances by the wind.

They are soft and gentle as women and when they land in a suitable place they grow into a plant.

“Women are so caring, kindhearted and soft creatures; I wonder how one could harm or hurt them for any reason.”
M.F. Moonzajer

Time Flies

“How time flies when one has fun” Samuel Beckett

“Time is precious. Waste it wisely” unknown

Paragliding

There is a difference between paragliding and hand gliding.

I am not going into the details.

Both are recreational sport and one can include this under the adventurous sport.

If you truly wish to feel alive, then go for paragliding

“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing” Unknown

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CBWC- feet/paws- human or animal

Foot Steps

‘”A father said to his son: Be careful where you walk…. The son responded: You be careful, remember, that I follow your footsteps” Unknown

Human feet impression

“Your footprints – you leave them on the sands of time. Your fingerprints – you leave them with the police”. Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

Of course, it’s not real feet, but human foot impressions in the sand.

When you are walking in the sand only a single foot impression can be observed and the left foot impression is behind that of the right.

This is normal.

But when you see both feet together…is there something wrong?

Read this quote to understand better.

“To feel life, don’t stand still; to feel the universe, don’t move!”

Mehmet Murat ildan

Birds Webfoot

This Sea Gull is busy looking at the sky.

“Keep your feet on the ground when your head is in the clouds” Unknown

“It’s OK to stand on your own feet and to be different and to be yourself” Jared Leto

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Vanishing point

vanishing point

Do you know?

“Your eye level is your reference point for drawing the perspective lines. All lines above your eye level will go down to the horizon vanishing point and all lines below your eye level will go up to the horizon vanishing point”  Robert A Lovett

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Kill fire before it executes you

Fire Extinguisher 🔥 in our lives

“The Hopelessness of life is a weak fire, that can only be extinguished using the fire extinguisher called Hope” Auliq-ice

Thank you, Firefighters!

“Nothing cries out for compassion, concern, and danger as a fire engine screams by carrying firefighters ready to do battle without flinching from any demand” Byron Pulsifer

We rarely express our gratitude

We never thank people enough.

We are a selfish lot.

This is human’s nature.

Human tragedy.

When We don’t even remember God in our happy days where is the question of remembering anybody doing either a thankless job or some social services.

But we do remember when there is a requirement!!

Just like how well we remember God when we are undergoing difficulties in our life, we too remember firefighters when your neighbourhood catches fire.

Here you are calling them because of your selfishness since your house may be in danger of being engulfed by the burning neighbour’s house.

There are more than 25 most dangerous jobs in the world where a mishap can result in death.

But do we remember these professionals who risk their lives to make our lives easier?

My friend all that we do is dedicate one day to these heroes and thank them and then forget the next minute.

After all, life has to move on!

International Firefighters day is celebrated on May 4 every year

This day is celebrated to honour the work and sacrifices made by these professionals.

This day is also celebrated to pay respect to those who lost their lives in the line of duty.

This day is also celebrated to bring awareness among people regarding fire prevention and safety methods adopted when there is a fire.

On this day people wear symbolic red and blue ribbon badges.

The red colour symbolized fire while the blue colour represents water.

So next year On May 4th try to salute these heroes.

Message

  • Think of fire before it starts.
  • Never trust fire.
  • Electrical safety leads to fire safety.
  • Fire prevention…Do it for life.

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Things to drive

Did you ever try driving a heavy vehicle?

I always feel it is exciting!

But I am scared a lot of the sheer size of the vehicle which is indeed intimidating!

Safety should never be an afterthought!

You also must be careful when you encounter a heavy vehicle on national highways.

Earth Mover

“With drive and a bit of talent you can move mountains” Dwayne Johnson

Road Roller

Everybody talks of moving on with life, move with the flow, or live in the present etcetera, but how much do they know the intensity of your agony, suffering, sadness or loss?

How do you react?

What is your reply to them?

Can you be harsh to them?

Road Roller

“When people around you say move on, get a road roller for rent and move over them…” Hariesh MK

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Looking through a window

Looking through the window

“You have the nicest window, you know? None of the others can even compete. It´s not flashy like the others, or bleary – your window gives off this nice, quiet light” Banana Yoshimoto

Any life’s lesson from the windows?

“There are curtains in the windows of our eyes! Either we open these curtains and see the world or keep the curtains closed and see only the curtains!”
 Mehmet Murat ildan

Do you ever consider other’s points of view my friend?

My friend, all of us fail to see or understand what others including our spouse and children are telling. We always give importance first to what we are talking about or going to do.

“You are looking at the world from your window, that’s good, but there is something missing here, something very big: You must also look at your window from the world to see yourself!” Mehmet Murat ildan

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✔Cee Neuner’s CBWC- Looking through or into a window photo challenge

✔MamaCormier’s –Thursday Trios Photo challenge.

The city is not a concrete jungle, it’s a human zoo-Desmond Morris

Concrete Jungle

“What is nice about concrete is that it looks unfinished” Napoleon Hill

Do you agree with the quote by Desmond Morris?

He says

“Some people call the city a ‘concrete jungle’ — but jungles aren’t like that. Animals in jungles aren’t overcrowded. And overcrowding is the central problem of modern city life. If you want to look for crowded animals, you have to look in the zoo. And then it occurred to me: The city is not a concrete jungle- it’s a human zoo” Desmond Morris

Now coming to human thinkers.

Are you aware of concrete thinking and abstract thinking?

My friend, human brains are simply complicated.

Concrete thinking refers to thinking superficially. Concrete thinking is concerned with the physical, the here and now.

Abstract thinking is thinking more deeply.

If a concrete thinker sees a tree, the person just says the leaves are green.

Abstract thinkers go one step ahead and think about why the leaves are green.

“Some minds are like concrete, thoroughly mixed and permanently set” Unknown

‘See through’ Concrete slab

“One may see through a wall, if there’s a hole in it” German Proverb

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Better Half?

“If there is “better”, then there is a “best”. If there is “half”, then there is a “complete”. Far more than being a “better half”, you can be a “best complete”; like a word/phrase that beautifies and gives meaning to a sentence when it is added” Olaotan Fawehinmi

Better half or bitter half?

Initially, the saga starts as the better half.

Some sustain and continue to love each other till death separates.

Some succumb to ego and become bitter half, ruining the rest of the life.

Why can’t the couple try to understand each other and make amendments?

It’s a million-dollar question.

Perfect wife?

Everybody talks big but when it comes to personal life…they behave differently.

I can understand because that is how we humans are coded.

Yes, my friend, this is the world we are living in.

If you don’t accept this, you are living in a fool’s paradise.

All of us have two faces, but we deny

“I really hate two-faced people. It’s so hard to decide which face to slap first” Unknown

Message

“Stop looking for your better half! You need to be whole to attract your better whole if you expect to have a flourishing relationship” Valerie J Lewis Coleman

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✔This post is part of Cee Neuner’s CBWC- Half of anything photo challenge and also form part of her PPAC#15 photo challenge

PPAC- ‘Public art encompasses any form of art you see in a public place, large or small, statues, murals, graffiti, gardens, parks, etc. The art should be visible from streets, sidewalks or outdoor public places’ 

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