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Mundane Monday Challenge #59

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.

If you think this challenge helps you to see ordinary things in a more beautiful way, do help a friend to have a new perspective. You are free to Tag/Challenge a friend to join MMC, so that world around us look more beautiful to more people around us.


To get the most out from this challenge here are some: Guidelines

Here goes my entry for this week’s MMC.

Shadow effects
Shadow effects

The harsh light is good at times. It created this shadow effect upon the wall to give the mundane pipe fitting a new dimension.

So What are you trying this week?

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


Previous Week’s entries

An empty bridge by a SoulByTheSea

Coincidental Lights by Dr. H. Bhatnagar 

Airport Boredom by Lynne

CC Turtle Looks Up

Yellow Field by LadyLeeManila

Woven Pattern by Gilly

View From A restaurant by Rashmi

Pottery in the rain by Marga

Finding a millipede by Ade2

Meeting the spider man by Debbie

Upside down by Jackie

Ceiling lights by Stella

Another Monday by Miriam

Mystery footprints by Sylvia

Clear blue sky and Tree by Jo

Perfect Imperfections by Douglas

Postbox #4 by Sue

Misfired shot by T2C

Put your sails up by Jesh

Two geese by Gun

Sugar dose from Gun

Snail in Rain by Allendoerfer

Cloud Painting by Dr. K.O.

Waiting for waiter by Aadhira

Kitchen scenes by Marilyn

Elephant Head by I.J. Khanewala

Road sign by Sona

Thank you everyone for joining the challenge 🙂

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52 thoughts on “Mundane Monday Challenge #59”

      1. I think the rules come in useful when you know that you want to photograph something, but it looks too flat. Then the rules about balance, leading lines, and so on give you a way to extract something out of nothing.

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