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Mundane Monday Challenge #16

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.


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Here goes my entry for the this Mundane Monday Challenge.

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I am super glad to know that at least a few of you have started actively searching for images to capture, whether it is mundane or not. So I am being over ambitious here and asking you to challenge at least One other person for finding beauty in everyday life around us. I am hoping that more and more people will start actively looking for photographing the world around us. Mundane things are the best things to start off with.

Now, about today’s image. I like this image because of the Minimal touch. Why don’t you try on those lines if you need some ideas to work on?

{Sorry for the word ‘element’ I used in the previous MM challenge #15. It only means different objects in a frame.}

Hope to see your entries. You can participate in this challenge till next Monday.


Previous Week’s entries

A view from the train by Dr Ko

Cute toy Dragon by Dr. H Bhatnagar

Natural & Artificial lights in a frame by CC Turtle

Colourful Knick Knacks by Cheryl

Burning thoughts of a brick by Aadhira

Lucky Shadow by Amy

Power Electronics “tools” by Archita

Experiments with Sunset by Asil

Corner Elements by Sona

Aladin’s Magic Lamp by Moon

Thank you everyone for joining the challenge 🙂


52 thoughts on “Mundane Monday Challenge #16”

      1. Yes I did, the Sony A6000. Still reading the manual, which happens to be a bit more complicated than my iPhone … I thought macro was far easier, that basically I just had to get closer and click. Apparently not 😛 I am working on one for the weekly photo challenge, can’t wait to get your pro feedback. Have a beautiful day dear Ji

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        1. Awesome. (but not very awesome as you got a sony 😛 )
          Macro is still easier I guess. if you are on a macro mode, go near (maybe not too near) and click it. Anyway you will figure it out soon 🙂

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