Abstract – Weekly Photo Challenge!

This week, turn the concrete and familiar into something new and mysterious. Point your camera at something familiar and turn it into something else. Whether it’s a wall in your house, a friend’s arm, or a billboard seen from afar, we may or may not recognize what it actually is. But we’ll certainly discover something else about it in the process. 


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Under a very close scrutiny, the above photos transcend their original intent. They were captured as any other ordinary photos but I observed that they portray a different story. And the stories and messages they depict depend on the eyes viewing them.

What do you see in these photos? Do they wear the scary, mysterious, strange, sad, bizzare  or forlorn look?

Well, they are my response to this week Daily Post Photo Challenge – Abstract.

Peace and Love!

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31 thoughts on “Abstract – Weekly Photo Challenge!

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    • The two tree pictures in the sun are recent shots while in a train. I was awed when I viewed them later on the PC. Quite tasking to choose from the lot for the challenge. Really, I find the tall tree fascinating. 🙂

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    • I must confess that while I was clicking away, I didn’t take notice of any perculiarities but was so wowed to see this striking feature of the tall tree. Loving the photo, lol. 🙂


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  3. Love the circle of trees reaching up – bit spooky! And also love the tall tree – that’s so strange with the sky around it pretty quiet and then the complicated sky above! Some sort of conversation going on there!

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    • Quite a profound sentiment. For some reasons, the trees appear unearthly and eerie. But beneath that, they have some strings of magnetic pull to the eyes that makes them gorgeous. Thank you for your visit and kind comment. I appreciate. 🙂


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