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Mundane Monday Challenge #35

Building patterns

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.


Building patterns
Building patterns

Here goes my entry for the this Mundane Monday Challenge.

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Just some patterns I found the other day.

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

Sit & Relax with Debbie

Winding Binding by Aadhira

Dry Lime by Natasha

At the Window by Lynne

Hanging patterns by CC Turtle

Sunlight trail by E Adams Wright

50-50 by Fimnora

Fallen in snow by Lisa

Ladder and the shadow by Douglas

Flower basket by Hargun

No entry by LadyLeemanila

Reflection of a season by Maggie

Soft beauty of a Quilt by Jessie

After the rain by Dr Ko

Pop of Life by Dr. H Bhatnagar

Thank you everyone for joining the challenge 🙂


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35 thoughts on “Mundane Monday Challenge #35

  1. Very much mundane. You know what? I have been trying to find something mundane to click. But every time I am about to click, I feel it is too fascinating to be mundane and drop the idea 😛
    Ithoru asukham ano doctor? 😀

  2. I like this pattern, and it produces an interesting optical illusion. At first I was uncertain what the specific main part was and then I thought I saw a door in each one; an identical door, from the perspective you presented. I thought that’s a balcony. And I could not tell if each was an ‘overhang’ or recessed back. Very nice!

  3. Great catch. It has that initial “what’s that?” run through the brain, yet even after understanding what it “is,” there is still something that keeps the mind unsettled, that mystery, seeking out something in the pattern.

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