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Mundane Monday Challenge #43

Roof Tiles

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.


Some: Guidelines

Here goes my entry for this week’s MMC.

Roof Tiles
Roof Tiles

This week this is a pattern again. Pattern of roof tiles.

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 crafted Mango by Dr. H Bhatnagar

Stone Sculpture by Gilly

View through the Fence by Debbie

Snow Snow everywhere by LadyLeeManila

Moss on a tree by Dr. K.O.

Fountain Bed by Douglas

Snow Clad Land by Gun

Some more snow by Gun

Gun shooting Gun By Gun 😉

Body language lesson by I.J.Khanewala

Super socks by Jessie

Lifebuoy by Lynne

January Rain by Natasha

Game of Badminton by Hargun

Patterns called Kolam by Aadhira

A liberated mind called Sona 😉

Thank you everyone for joining the challenge 🙂


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52 thoughts on “Mundane Monday Challenge #43

  1. Who knew that roof tiles could look do artistic. Good job and congratulations. I see so many bloggers participate in this challenge worldwide.You are making more people appreciate the beauty all around them.

  2. Wonderful click once again.. 🙂

    If I move the picture it feels like waves are flowing, due to the perfectly imperfect alignment of the tiles.. 🙂

    Now I’m wondering how you got such an angle for roof tiles.. How high were you.. 😉

      1. Still you need to be at least in first floor to capture them.. Definitely it could not be captured from ground level is what I thought.. And that’s the only high I meant.. 😛

          1. I had the same question as you AAdhirai!! I am gonna sit on a chair and see if I can capture a photo even close to this at that angle !!! I need to be up close and personal 🙂

          2. Haha.. Please do so and don’t forget to let me know.. Since I don’t have a chance of trying it out myself, any time soon, I chose to believe the photographer.. 🙂 Awaiting your trial!

          3. Isn’t this photographer averse to editing his pictures?! 😉
            Did you know that this conversation for unlocking the mystery of how you clicked this shot, is spilling beyond this post.. 😉

          4. A edit for photo is needed only when that click needs improvement.. 😉 So I understand why you don’t need them.. 😀

            Of course Mr Watson is becoming the mysterious Sherlock and knows everything.. 😛

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