Photography – Interesting Objects!

This week Patti from Lens Artist Challenge #182, invites us to post pictures of interesting objects.

Life at times amuses us with very interesting things, perspectives, formations or man made creations. If we pause to look around, we will find a plethora of unusual objects around us from our everyday life or travels, that pique our interest.

Anything that excites me for any reason, I will photograph, not searching for unusual subject matter but making the common place unusual. ” Edward Weston.

I have brought together a few clicks from my archives which catch the eye with their fascinating allure.

These natural boulders seem to have perfected the balancing act with élan.

The creation above and below both were clicked at Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur, India. What story, was the artist trying to convey here? Would love to know what you think of them.

A glass artist at work, in the process of creating a spectacular piece!

The famous bronze statue by Gerhard Marcks depicting the “Town Musicians ” located in Bremen, Germany. It was erected in 1953.

Such an inviting seating…at a café in Goa!

Sumptuous soup… The Italian Bread Bowl!

My son’s creative creation before taking it across for the food stall, at the school’s annual carnival!

47 thoughts on “Photography – Interesting Objects!”

  1. This is a wonderful and interesting collection you share Radhika! Each one is unique, I took a pause at. The balancing rocks are incredible. The word ‘ receptacles’ came to me with the second picture. The third picture makes me think of that one ant that is crossing the line out of the biggest concentric border while most are easily lured by the spilled sugar in the smaller circles. Your son’s creativity made me smile 🙂 I love the chairs from Goa, how cool!

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    1. Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts on each photograph Pragalbha. Truly appreciate it
      Loved your interpretation of the Jaipur pictures. The third one with the ants, could be a great analogy to man’s life and his story of digression from its main purpose 😊

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