Nature’s Lessons!

I clicked below pictures a while ago, when after snowfall, icicles were melting in my patio. All the birds were out to find food and lazy me bundled in my cozy blanket thought of grabbing the camera in hope to click some shots of fresh sunny day.

It was the day full of Surprises, which I learnt only after downloading the pics on laptop.

Sharing them with you guys through this wonderful Photo Challenge. Enjoy!

1. Crave for Perfection

Nature’s Symmetry is everywhere. Be it formation of a perfect sphere when water drips from icicles, or the creation of beautiful unique pattern when it explodes at the surface.

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2. Only Human make conscious effort to kill Time

Birds usually seem to hop around aimlessly but this shot change the assumption. See how thoughtful and wise this bird looks while contemplating its next move…eh hop!

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3. What is Destined will reach You

During snowfall I put out some rice seeds for birds in hope to help them. After so many days, It was a pleasant surprise to see a bird digging through snow and finding rice seed destined for it.

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Share your thoughts and learning you received from Mother Nature. I would love to hear them.

Have a Cheerful spring!!!

Sanjna Rai.

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Cherry on top-Dandelions!

Dandelions have always been a gateway to mystical, whimsical world for me. A flower which is visited by fairies regularly. Listening to their talks about daily usual happenings in the Fairy Village. Its seeds being used as umbrella in rain or the petals as threads to stitch small delicate dresses for fairy Princesses and Queen. Only if I could be tinier and enter into this world. I would have never returned.(dreamy eyes)

I am always on lookout for such nooks and corners which takes me to the fantasy land. Capturing dandelions, mushrooms, fairy rings are my favorite. This picture was captured on one such photo walk. With seed on top of already beautiful dandelion, this is surely a Cherry On Top picture for me.

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I hope you would like it. Let me know your thoughts.

Sanjna Rai

 

P.S: It was hard to focus on both seed and flower. I am trying to have a more steady hand.