Natural Monday: Sunset Strip

Hallo, and welcome to my Natural Monday post and i’ll digress here for a bit.

It’s EASTER…..Whoopeee!!!!!!!

I’m so happy for a little break coming up. I’ll get some time to myself and i’ll be able to start working on my addition to the first draft of my sci-fi novel. Actually Camp Nanowrimo for April is ongoing and sadly i’m behind but it’s never too late to start. Got any up coming Easter plans? share in the comments below ­čÖé
Today i’m posting sun-filled sunsets and pastel coloured cloud shots. Took them late last year when the sun set quite late and low allowing for dramatic sky lighting and orange toned clouds. Any thoughts on the


Haiku Friday: Swirls of Colour

Faster, spin faster

She calls out, laughing harder

Right into the pool


Inspired by RonovanWrites Haiku Challenge130: Spin& Water
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Friday Haiku: Covering Our True Colours

Colours speak volumes
Quietly beneath the shades
That cover our sins

Image Credit: Pixabay

Boundaries of Sunlight

This week the challenge is on BOUNDARIES. Any kind of boundary be it physical or emotional, that can be felt and understood. My muse on boundaries lies in the daily ritual of sunset. The pivotal time in the day when the sun gives way to the Midnight blue sky spotted with dim stars. Every evening i watch the sun go down and where ever i am i can feel the emotional change of the city as the streets darken, yellow street lamps flicker on street by street and the hum of night hawkers begin.
So many things happen in the twilight period when the sun and moon seem to hover in the sky, like a stretched out colour gauge the sky tones streak from hot yellow into reds into the Indigo’s and darkest Violets in the which the Moon cowers waiting for its time.
This was taken a few days ago as i stood basking in the last rays of a forgotten September sun.


Pretty In Septembery Pink

Pink is one colour all girls can associate with at whatever stage in life. There’s no girl who hasn’t wanted to wear and be admired in something flirty and pink, all the more true for a pink tiara with real sapphires.
Yes, I know most people associate the word Sapphires with blue but there are pink sapphires. Sapphires with an extra element to give it a pink colour.
Sapphires are the birthstone of September, so when I saw the pink version of these flowers I just had to stop and take some shots. Nature does pink very well, all the more reason for all the special gals I know who where born in this month to feel special wearing pink flowers.


Ice Prism: ROY G. BIV

This week the ROY G. BIV colours in all their splendour is our theme. I thought it good to do a colourful collage but no. Why not capture how rainbows are made, discover how diamonds have captured our minds as the most precious prisms on earth. Below is my haul of minute rainbows, captured at home.

Science Tip: Prisms are  medium of rainbows both big and small. A prism disperses light into its colurs both visible (ROY G BIV) and invisible (Infra-red and Ultraviolet).

Rain droplets act as prisms in the sky lightening up our days and fantasies.
I created my own rainbow with a prism of ice. There might not be a pot of gold at the end of my rainbow but its beautiful either way.
WordPress Photo Challenge ROY G BIV. Click for more beautiful and colourful entries.

Girls Afloat

Getting air time while taking pictures is super fun, staying afloat free of the ground for long gives you the briefest feeling of euphoria. My friends in camp where having their bit of air time so i took pics. Their joyous faces is quite infectious if you ask me.

Inspired by WPC this week titled AFLOAT

Girls air time by rubys polaroid
Girls air time

Golden Dragonfly

Golden drops of nature tinted this beauty the right colours. I have captured it as I wished. Did it’s beauty reach you?
This is the continuation post to my highly popular Golden Dragonfly WordPress Photo Challenge Post.