Day 24: Love

This word has meanings on so many different levels. I think everyones definition is unique and not by any means incorrect.

In today’s day and age though we confuse love with so many things and complicate it so much we forget how simple and straightforward it actually is.

It’s a very special feeling and I don’t want to dwell into the details but all I know is from the first time you hold your fathers finger to secretly making your mum breakfast for Mother’s Day to helping your grandmother take a supermarket tour to fighting with others because they pushed your sister – to me, ALL are faces of love.

From love for people to love for food to love for your job to love for your hobbies and so much more – love is so pure and happy.

Always remember to love yourself 💖

Day 58: ​​#60happydays

Social media has developed so many ways to boost your ego, from which celebrity will share your picture to how much you earn in 15 years.

Today as I woke up and was scrolling aimlessly down one these sites(which has sort of become my morning ritual) I found a quiz that asks you 15 questions and promptly tells you intelligence quotient – now I know these results are far from accurate but reading them still gives me butterflies!

When I was told I was simply a GENIUS, I couldn’t help but glow. 😉 Indeed a very good morning.

Day 57: ​​#60happydays

Today was family lunch outing day. I look forward to this day a lot. I love sitting around a table with my folks and enjoying a good bite.

Today we went to a food court where every one could choose their own favourites – including cuisine.

I choose the mouth watering ‘chole bhature’ (chick pea curry with fried white flour bread). An absolute delicacy in India, almost every kids favourite (including mine – yes I like thinking of myself as a kid most of the time). Usually my first choice is always pizza but iv managed to have that twice in the week so I decided to treat my taste buds to another favourite (which incidentally I haven’t had in a while).

Day 23: Black and White

#30dayphotographychallenge

Originally the plan was to find something black and white in real but as my mind hit a creative block, I realised the importance of colour in life.

Black and white cinema has its own charm and after colour television we appreciate its vintage nature even more.

So my plan went into the complete opposite direction. I tried to look for the most colourful things but from a black and white point of view and I was amazed at how beautiful they can look. These chrysanthemums in our garden looked absolutely gorgeous.

Some say black and white are very extreme colours and sometimes even boring. I think these colours carry with them a lot of character and beauty. (Also allows your imagination to go wild 😉)

Day 22: Landscape

#30dayphotographychallenge

Today being the beginning of the weekend we spent some quality family time together.
Super dad drove us to all directions of the city so we can get a good shot of a landscape and truly, we found some amazing shots of the country and city skyline.

They say home is where the heart is, as the fruitful excursion was ending and we were headed to our little nest, I manage to catch a few glimpses of wonderful views at sunset time. I decided to would use one of those clicks.

I love the colour of the skies at sunset and how everything becomes so scenic all of a sudden. Although sunsets can be depressing, especially once the sun and its brightness is out of view but it’s also a reminder of the new dawn.

Day 56: ​​#60happydays

Today my photo challenge and happy moment was connected. With the theme being ‘landscape’ and today being a Saturday – my super really took the task by its horns.

He didn’t leave and stone unturned, any valley unexplored or any building without focus. If it wasn’t for super dad we (my perfect sister and I) would never have managed such amazing clicks. He really is our superhero.

How that not be my happy moment. He drove us around the highs and lows of the city without an ounce of frustration and completely involved in the task and made a daunting piece of work very sweet and simple and enjoyable.

Day 21: Micro (up close)

#30dayphotographychallenge

I think close up photos makes anything look much more different than we usually think about it. For example this light bulb: I usually think of light as a big blob of energy (well I usually don’t think about light that much) but when I took this photo I saw the “big blob of energy” confined in a limited space.

Yet when u switch on the lights the room fills up with the energy that this tiny little space holds – isn’t that amazing!