The Only Mirrors for Our Only Star!

Hi! :)

The photographs I’m going to share today were clicked through a dusty glass and from a very very high altitude, so please don’t mind the clarity and the details. I just got the feeling to share them since the “mirror” idea had popped into my head. Hehehe. :D

The day I took these pictures, the atmosphere was not that clear and nice. So apart from just the vast spread of blue and brown colors, I could also observe the random flashes of light, or shall I say, reflections from the mirrors stuck to the Earth’s surface because of our dear gravity. It was kind of fun to see the various shapes forming due to the “flowing shine”. :)

We look into mirrors but we only see the effects of our times on us – not our effects on others.
~ Pearl Bailey

. . . The Lone Water Body . . .
(but it has got a brilliant sunshine!) 

“Perhaps only people who are capable of real togetherness have that look of being alone in the universe. The others have a certain stickiness, they stick to the mass.”
~ D.H. Lawrence

Have a good day(/night) everyone!

:)

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“Existential Aloneness”

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28 thoughts on “The Only Mirrors for Our Only Star!

    • Hi Ian

      So nice to see you here, really! :) I’m doing well. How are you. And a big thanks for your words here, glad you liked the quotes!

  1. N, kya khud se baatein karte hai, jahaan tanhaa_iion ka mela hota hai….Nandini, this is a gorgeous shot – simple yet grand.
    Buhut khoob…Jeetey rahain. S

    • Thank you. Glad you loved these, Firasz. It was amazing to watch them, in different shapes and intensities. :)

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