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Ashramof1 arunachala from home this morning @noornalini

ashramof1:

Arunachala. From home this morning .

Alexgphotos check out my new photo @noornalini

alexgphotos:

Check out my new photo collection, Water Worlds: http://goo.gl/d61aoc
Over 30 works focusing on the surreal magic and beauty of water droplets!

When I look at dewdrops, raindrops and water droplets in general up close, I see worlds, universes and untold stories. Water drops are fascinating subjects to photograph. They form beautiful shapes and patterns, and when one takes a closer look they can almost appear like faraway galaxies and planets. See the entire macro photo-series here

Color is a power which directly influences the @noornalini

“Color is a power which directly influences the soul. Color is the keyboard, the eyes are the hammers, the soul is the piano with many strings. The artist is the hand which plays, touching one key or another, to cause vibrations in the soul.”

~Wassily Kandinsky

Photo: ‘Whirlpool’ via alexgphotos

Recently ive been inspired to draw more often @noornalini

Recently, I’ve been inspired to draw more often. Here’s one of my latest… 

Another one of those late night poems of the kind @noornalini

Another one of those late-night poems. Of the kind that don’t let go until they’re written down on paper, but the moment they’re out there, a serenity overtakes your whole being…

A poem i wrote several nights ago @noornalini

A poem I wrote several nights ago.

Alexgphotos autumn has always been the most @noornalini

alexgphotos:

Autumn has always been the most magical time of the year for me. All of nature comes alive with golden hues, gentle breezes and the fresh smell of rain.

Check out a selection of my best autumnal works on BoredPanda.com

Humansofnewyork going through life without god @noornalini

humansofnewyork:

“Going through life without God is like being an astronaut tumbling out of control in outer space. You grab on to this, but it breaks, and you tumble some more. Every time you lose something that you tried to hold on to— your marriage, your job, your mom— you start tumbling even faster. So you’ve got to stay close. You can’t cut your umbilical cord. But you don’t have to go to church. God is everywhere. God is that blade of grass trying to come up through the concrete. So many people go to church, and leave church, not even realizing that they are the church. You just need to make a determination in your mind that you want to find and believe in the truth.”

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House of furballs about a month ago we found a @noornalini

‘House of Furballs’

About a month ago we found a box with 5 abandoned kittens. They have been in our care since then and are about 2 months old at the moment.

In the photo, they are about 3 weeks and one kitten is hiding at the back of the kitty house.

Our mission at this time is to find the best home possible for these little guys!

More works at: alexgreenshpun.com

[via alexgphotos]

Alexgphotos thumbelina this delicately @noornalini

alexgphotos:

‘Thumbelina’

This delicately curled flower reminded me of the one Thumbelina came from. Although the fairytale talks about a tulip, there was something so pure and magical about this bud; it felt like the perfect title for this image.

“This is such a pretty flower,” said the woman. She kissed its lovely red and yellow petals, and just as she kissed it the flower gave a loud pop! and flew open. It was a tulip, right enough, but on the green cushion in the middle of it sat a tiny girl. She was dainty and fair to see, but she was no taller than your thumb. So she was called Thumbelina.

~From ‘Tommelise’ (Thumbelina) by Hans Christian Andersen

Alexgphotos a little madness in the spring is @noornalini

alexgphotos:

A little madness in the Spring
Is wholesome even for the King,
But God be with the Clown —
Who ponders this tremendous scene —
This whole Experiment of Green —
As if it were his own!

~Emily Dickinson

[See more works from the ‘Magical Flora’ series here]

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