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Cellpic Sunday

John Steiner of Journeys with Johnbo says

“I encourage fellow bloggers to create their own Cellpic Sunday posts. I never have a specific topic for this feature, and the only rules are that the photo must be captured with a cell phone, iPad, or another mobile device… If you have an image from a drone, that’s acceptable as well. The second rule is to link your challenge-response to this post or leave a comment here with a link to your post in the comment”

potholes

“potholes are relatives of speed breakers” Unknown

Life & Potholes

“The success gate is far at the end of the long failure corridor. Keep moving no matter how many potholes you step into. You will get there with time!”
Israelmore Ayivor

Holes in life-what you do?

“When life gives you holes, pour some water in it and jump” Harsha Birse

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Cellpic Sunday

“There is nothing called ‘bad or rough weather’! It is just the ‘weather’. The cyclone, earthquake, rainfall etc. are normal processes of nature. Ironically, if they occur, we call them ‘bad’!”
Md. Ziaul Haque

Do you agree with the above quote?

Oxfam International identifies 5 Natural disorders begging for climate action because climate events have become severe and in many case violent.

  • Cyclones
  • Wildfires
  • Draught
  • Floods
  • Dry Corridor

Pro & Anti environmentalists

As usual, there are pro environmentalists and anti-environmentalists just like yin-yang.

That is the way of life.

I think one must accept this fact and move on.

Nobody knows who is the ultimate winner or loser.

Who is saving whom?

Nobody can answer because your answer can have more questions to be entertained.

And poor countries & developing countries neither have the money nor technological resources.

Ultimately the whole world suffers or benefits depending upon which side you belong to.

It’s interesting to know which side of the fence you belong to?

You may or you may not express since none of us knows how the world order is likely to unfold.

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Dopamine kicks with every ride!

“Motorcycles-Helpin’ guys pick up the chicks” since 1907″ Unknown

Motor Cycle Day

The day is celebrated on 21st June annually.

Do you love riding a motorcycle?

“If you want to be happy for a day, drink.

If you want to be happy for a year, marry.

If you want to be happy for a lifetime, ride a motorcycle” Unknown

Motorcyclophobia

Many are scared to ride a powerful motorcycle.

Many said they are intimidating!

A few said they have a recurring nightmare!

Gals like the guy who rides a motorcycle!

Is this true?

I don’t know.

Maybe the girls there can answer.

“All girls like guys who are tough. Obviously riding a motor cycle-I don’t want to say that there is a bad boy quality- but there’s definitely a tough and macho thing about a guy who rides a motorcycle and that  element of danger. That’s really sexy” Marisa Miller

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Jude’s Life in colour BLACK OR GREY

Cellpic Sunday

“There is no better designer than Nature” Alexander McQueen

The above photo is taken from my ‘One plus 6’ mobile.

This shot was taken when rainwater was accumulating on the ground and droplets of rain falling from the tree above giving us a glimpse of Mother Nature’s design in different shapes-polygonal, circular, ripples and wavy… all- in- one.

You can’t stop wondering about the designs of Mother Nature.

“What is art monsieur, but Nature concentrated?” Honore de Balzac

Can we have designs of our own?

What about the claims made by the designers?

My friend, we are nobody if wish to compare with Mother Nature.

We are only stealing ideas from mother nature since mother nature never claims to own Copywrite!

“Art will never be able to exist without Mother Nature” Pierre Bonnard

Can Mother Nature ever get angry because we steal her ideas?

Never, never and never my friend.

You may ask what about the people who say that Mother Nature gets angry?

Yes. They are right.

Mother Nature can get angry for a different cause.

Her anger is justified and I need not go into the details except a mention of the Corona pandemic and the havoc it caused.

Lessons learned

Nil.

Who cares?

We are too proud of our achievements by destroying Nature.

We have become greedy.

And everybody is busy with their own lives either making money or struggling to survive. (Both ways can result in the destruction)

No time to even think.

Are we helpless?

Looks so.

Who are the ultimate sufferers?

Our children, our children’s children, our children’s children’s children…

Looks like we hate our children and their future kids.

The irony is that we all talk of a ‘loving family’!!

One thing is sure

“Mother Nature knows very well how to take revenge so be careful before hurting Nature” Unknown

 

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Holy Cow!!

“Life is a traffic jam, where every problem is a speed breaker…thus allowing you to readjust your speed” Ranjeeta Nath Ghai

I understand that ‘Holy Cow’ is an expression of surprise used mostly in the USA, Canada, Australia and England implying OMG or for the love of God or my good Lord.

I am not sure whether this particular sentence is routinely used in India.

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The sun always shines above the clouds- Paul F Davis

“Only the clouds can tell where hidden sun-rays dwell” Munia Khan

We are in no way different from ocean creatures

“It is easy to forget that you live in the sky – not beneath it, but within it. Our atmosphere is an enormous ocean, and you inhabit it. This ocean is made up of the gases of air rather than liquid water, but it is as much of an ocean as the Atlantic or the Pacific. You may think of yourself as living on the ground, but all that means is that you are a creature of the ocean bed. You still inhabit the atmosphere like a sea creature does the water.”
Gavin Pretor-Pinney

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Hammad Rais’s-WEEKEND SKY photo challenge

Cellpic Sunday

Flowers

“If you look the right way, you can see that the whole world is a garden” Frances Hodgson Burnett

Taken with One Plus 6 cell phone.

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Cee Neuner’s FOTD photo challenge

Cellpic Sunday

As per John Steiner of  JOURNEYS WITH JOHNBO

I encourage fellow bloggers to create their own Cellpic Sunday posts. I never have a specific topic for this feature, and the only rules are that the photo must be captured with a cell phone, iPad, or another mobile device… If you have an image from a drone, that’s acceptable as well. The second rule is to link your challenge-response to this post or leave a comment here with a link to your post in the comment.

“Beer may cause you to digress – and lead a happier life.” Michael Jackson

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Cellpic Sunday

Do you love sound of rain drops?

“Rain drops softly tapping the window, is nature singing us a sweet lullaby” Unknown

“A window covered with rain drops interests me more than a photograph of a famous person” Saul Leiter

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Does photography reflect the truth?

“People see what they want to see and what people want to see never has anything to do with the truth” Roberto Bolano

We all know that photography is a powerful medium of expression, and a better way of communication.

A picture is said to be worth a thousand words.

Is not the interpretation is based on perception?

I am not evening talking of the photoshop techniques and the other fake stuff etc, that can be manufactured in photos according to one’s whims and fancies.

I am just talking about the simple and plain photo click on the street.

What is the truth in the above photo?

We see three individuals looking at those clothes.

Out of the three at least one must be the seller.

We see the two-wheeler with the varieties of clothes for sale.

By their appearance and behaviour or body language can you tell who the seller is and who the buyer is?

My friend, we are always fooled by our perceptions, strangely we think we are very intelligent in guessing.

“Your perception of the world around you is not necessarily the same as what actually is occurring” Peter Ralston, Laura Ralston

Let me see how our readers come out with their imagination.

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