The Long Street


This post is the entry for Mundane Monday Challenge #18. As described by Pho Trablogger,

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. Jithin’s blog is a must visit!

Before I post the photograph, I would also like to thank my fellow bloggers Hargun and Archita, who did this challenge and in-turn inspired me to capture one.

Here goes my capture:

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“Mundane, is what i don’t See”

When alive, it’s all for the living.
While living, it’s all for the strive.
When strive, it’s all we call it as ‘life’.

The streets have the colors,
Only because we add to it.
It may look beautiful,
Only because we wish to see it.

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35 thoughts on “The Long Street

  1. First of all, a big thanks to you. I am glad I could inspire you to take part in this challenge as archita inspired me. And secondly the photograph and small poem you wrote is absolutely brilliant.
    I loved it 🙂

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  2. It’s a human nature that he tends to devolop an association with his surroundings. The way you capture this picture shows your love for your city. The poem shows the creativity of your thoughts. I like the idea of ‘striving’ and ‘living’ here.
    The picture is not ‘mundane’ it is an ‘extraordinary’ take on prompt 🙂

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  3. Great challenge! Great photo Prakash! And yes there is beauty in that photo.
    There is a symmetry of the red on the left & yellow on the right…
    I have always found beauty in simple scenes & things. Sometimes when I wake up & find Siddhartha Henry looking at me there is such beauty in those eyes….he is truly beautiful….
    Sherri-Ellen 🙂

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  4. I’ve never seen so much traffic (but I don’t live in a big city, either!) Cool photo, and what you’ve written goes so well… we all add to the beauty around us, and we can see this when slow down and take notice

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