That’s actually a very easy theme to illustrate this week. That’s because the sea just lies in front of my house! Well I had to cross the road and the bus station first. Then, I arrived…
Indeed, it’s been a while since I did a WPC!
Here’s my interpretation of this week’s theme, focus, where I focused my SII camera on this watch-necklace, although there’s my painting at the back, which I’m almost done with by the way 🙂
Time is ticking away.
And there is school.
And there is art.
But Time is more powerful. It is above them all.
While we can catch up on work, we cannot catch Time.
No, we cannot catch God.
So what’s your interpretation of ‘focus’? Feel free to share it in the comments below!
An Evil Nymph.
When I first saw this week’s theme, pattern, it reminded me of my art classes at school a few years back. We had to draw a specific pattern all over an A3 size paper like the wrapping paper style… I didn’t really like it at that time.
Anyway, here’s my take for the challenge, a pattern that appeals much to me:
All right, this week’s photographic theme is ‘up’.
I bet that, like me, most of you thought of the movie ‘Up’, am I not right? Hehe 🙂
Anyway, this isn’t what I’m contributing for the challenge, but this is:
I’m mainly going to concentrate on how I spent my Sunday, although you still deserve some explanations over Saturday and Monday:
On Saturday, we, Mauritians, have been victims of a never-seen-and-witnessed torrential rain situation. Unexpected floods, unpredicted (or compelled to silence) by the media, despite all the technologies we possess, which caused deaths and panic… My mother and I were far from our home, in a shopping mall, and we were so taken aback when we went out and saw that water was all over the pavements and roads… it came up to our ankles!
And I had to buy art supplies.
Anyway, I’m still alive! If you want to know more about this, my best friend just wrote a blog post about it here: Mauritius These Days…
So when I woke up on Sunday, it didn’t feel like Easter. Nevertheless, I ate chocolate bunnies! 🙂 Thus, here’s the first photo for the Daily post challenge:
Lindt!!! ♥ Yumyumyum…
This week, my mission as a visual blogger, an observer, was a little tricky.
Future Tense: that’s the given theme.
Thus the challenge is to capture a moment that promises the future while being in the present. Well…
All right, no ‘weekly photo challenge’ anymore; this time, this week, the Daily Post decided to host a slightly different challenge: the Phoneography Challenge! And this week’s theme is My Neighborhood…
All the photos are taken from my roof…
Can you see the little red house on an island? It’s famous around the whole country for being The Red House 🙂 I’m proud to be living just in front of it!
My cousin and I were currently under a kiosk when I took this photo, struggling to catch the rainy details in my little camera, while also waiting for the rain to end so that we could move forward…
Illumination… An interesting theme to tackle since New Year celebrations have just passed… Thus I photographed little fireworks 😀 (the one that we place on the ground and which remains on the ground even when we light it up!)
There’s a resolution I missed when I wrote My 2013 Goals!
It’s to read the maximum of books I can!
First of all I’d like to thank all of my readers for supporting me throughout my WordPressing journey since 1 Aug 2011, because I recently reached 100 email subscribers! 🙂 Again thank you so much!
For this week’s photo challenge, I’m going to show you the picture of the Mauritian sky (again) but this time it’s been taken at twilight, because then the very first star appears. And it’s simply mesmerising.
Do you see the little white dot on the right side of the photograph?
Yes, it’s simple as that.
Have you ever heard of the Leprechaun? The Irish fairy that kept a pot of gold full of coins on the other side of the rainbow? At least you’ve of that mystical thing: the rainbow…?