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Mundane Monday Challenge #33

Morning Silhouette

Welcome to Mundane Monday Challenge.

This is a challenge created to find beauty in almost everything. The challenge is simple : find beauty in everyday mundane things, capture the beauty and upload the photographs. And give me a pingback.

Anyone who comes across this post can take part in this challenge. And you are free to challenge or invite other bloggers who might be interested in finding beauty in those everyday things all around us.


Morning Silhouette
Morning Silhouette

Here goes my entry for the this Mundane Monday Challenge.

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This is just silhouette of some grass, a fence at a distance. Quite mundane, aye?

So What are you trying this week?

Hope to see your entries. You can participate in this challenge till next Monday.


Previous Week’s entries

Hand Pump memory by Natasha

Musical Photography by Lisa

Door Knob by Lynne

Pebble Pattern by CC Turtle

Shadow patterns by Fim

Up”lift”ing Photographs by Gun

Metallic Patterns by Gun

Mundane Curve by Douglas

Finding Mundane in Firewood by Jessie

Contrasting Mundane by Elena

Morning Hope by Dr. Ko

Candle stand by Dr. H. Bhatnagar

Thank you everyone for joining the challenge 🙂


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53 thoughts on “Mundane Monday Challenge #33

  1. what a beautiful shot! I don’t know if the colors are original or you tweaked them for a greater effect, but the impression is great. I love it like this, even more than if it had been more colorful, like green grass on on brown fence!

  2. I guess you’d technically HAVE to classify grass and a fence as “mundane”; they’re such ordinary and common sights. But this is so very beautiful!! What a great shot! And what a wonderful example of why you should try to be present in the moment, and keep your eyes open – even when you think there’s nothing around to make it worth your while. Clearly, “worthwhile” comes down to how you choose to see something – or maybe how much you allow it to reveal its beauty to you.

    Thanks so much for the inspiration!! 🙂

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  4. Wild grass … one of my favourites. I actually purchased a clump of marshy grass to plant outside my home … the buffaloes ate it. I did not have the heart to grudge them that bit of grass when everyone has taken over their grazing land.

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