For Day 2 of my B/W Photo Challenge, let the snow assault continue. But I promise I’ll kindle you with warmth from Day 3 onward.
Tried sitting on them? If they are flurries the first five seconds may feel cushy. Then: sit at your own risk.
Workers shoveling snow was a good sight. The sun shone bright; their shadows were big.
Insignificant when we don’t have to answer nature’s call? But when we do, this has top significance. There are some who want cleaner options even in times of crisis.
What tires could do to snow: it becomes muddy, slushy, and lose what, the white.
All of us have a long, lone journey. We come and go, alone. The only truth.
I link Maniparna for this challenge. Her posts and photos are interesting.
Since we can take this challenge to an abstract direction, I thought of these two pictures, taken on the day of my son’s first birthday.
Agastya’s confusion doubled when I held the balloon high to click this selfie
After I released the balloon and it went up to the ceiling, I clicked this vertical selfie. He’s standing in the play yard and I’m bending enough to be in the image.
When he smiled, the sun smiled – mother smiled too
The blossom is a reminder that we have a life to live
Stay focused this spring – someone’s already at it!
As I was taking this selfie, my shadow humanized the incomplete snowman who looked better and fitter.