The last time I attempted this was almost five months ago. It was March 30, Day 236 of this blog. I’d read a Weekly Photo Challenge (describe a day in your life) that intrigued me. Except I didn’t use photographs. I tried to create my pictures with words. It was great fun to do; and it turned out pretty well.
And the minute I saw this past Friday’s Weekly Photo Challenge I knew I wanted to try it again. This time the subject is “fresh”. “The definition for fresh has a bit of a fork in it — it’s a state (new, recent, previously unknown) and it’s a taste or sensation (cool, sweet, invigorating, refreshing) … Which description will you go with? Show us what you got!”
How could I resist? A chance to see if I can make you literally ‘taste’ what I’m describing. To feel it cooling Continue reading →
Back in March I was inspired by a WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge. And by that, I decided to try to describe, in words, what the photographers among us were being asked to describe in pictures. I really had fun with it.
This is another one of those days. Yesterday’s Weekly Photo Challenge was about ‘pattern’. I immediately thought of India. The photo to the right is one I took when I was there, from the end of December 2008 until the end of January 2009.
Among many, many other things, India is all about an explosion of your senses. All at the same time. It can be overwhelming at first. The noise, the smells, the tastes and all the colour. All in the extreme. All done to excess.
But it’s absolutely fabulous! Spectacular! Like nothing you’ve ever experienced before. Or likely ever will. I was