Weekly Photo Challenge: Angular…

This week’s theme given me a chance to view the change of pace of life from a different angle, and how people miss to appreciate the beauty of nature while rushing…



42 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Angular…

  1. (EN) Charming lady and charming photos πŸ˜‰ In your posts(not photos only) every detail is accurate and valuable. Thanks πŸ™‚
    (IT) Affascinante signora e affascinanti foto πŸ˜‰ Nei tuoi post(non solo le foto) ogni dettaglio Γ¨ accurato e prezioso. Grazie πŸ™‚


    • Thank you so much, Priyanka πŸ™‚

      I planned to frame the bridge first, then came the rainbow, and I changed my plan and as people were passing across the rainbow, I just had to choose from πŸ™‚


    • It’s so kind of you, Divya πŸ™‚ I am really really happy to see such words of appreciation…

      This world is such a beautiful place, there are pleasant surprises you could expect to see from nature, anywhere… if you have the patience and right eyes, you could capture them with your heart…

      Have a beautiful day πŸ™‚

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    • It just happened, Janet πŸ™‚

      First I thought of sharing this interesting bridge from a different angle, then came this rainbow, then people… then we have a story to tell πŸ™‚

      Thanks a lot for stopping by and have a great day ahead πŸ™‚


  3. Beauty of nature is left for you to appreciate, I guess. You are so true. Sometimes in this mad rush of things and one’s own priorities, we do not enjoy small things in our life – nature among them. Such a beautiful rainbow so close to them. Alas!

    Your photos have a wonderful story, which makes so enjoyable and makes one think. Superb!!!


  4. Okay, so before I read your words – I soaked up the three pics. and super cool how you give us the frame feel with two turquoise shirts – not sure you could have planned to have this – but the striped turquoise shirt is to the right in the first two – and then that last shot has the plaid turquoise – and the “rushing man” in the red shirt is still in all three – as is the lady – and each of their stances in each photo has the action and feel of their stride and demeanor –
    and then to read what you wrote – and to see the rainbow come into view even more – this is fantastic. so unique a capture and such street photography and social psychology lesson you give us too.

    and yeah, I think sometimes I have missed a lot by rushing myself – maybe not a rainbow per se, but what a message here – πŸ™‚ ❀


    • You missed nothing here, Yvette πŸ™‚

      Your comments reflects the essence of these images…

      I was there to explore this beautiful backwater and this long foot over bridge across a backwater.

      The angle of the bridge and the way people of all kinds negotiate it during their daily commute was my interest.

      As I was watching the action from a lower angle, on the banks, this rainbow appeared and I had this idea of framing an image with the rainbow as backdrop,
      I stood there waiting for people and this sequence of images got captured in a matter of seconds, and thank god, I have a story to tell πŸ™‚

      I am sure, here, I got something interests you as well, right?


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