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Photography Project: Stills/Interiors

By on December 28, 2015

A few random shots taken a few weeks ago…

Call it inspiration, practice or whatever you feel like…

I absolutely enjoyed the process & I hope you will too!!

🙂

photography inspiration

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Let me know what you think!! Have a great Monday night!!

Marianthi, xo


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  1. Reply

    Shiva Malekopmath

    January 18, 2016

    The last but one picture of the Red, Yellow and White powders I feel represent the sacred powders called “Arishana” the yellow thick root of a plant used for ritual purposes, and so also the others are used for the same purposes, I mean during Poojas, Marriages, and for performing spiritual rituals. The White one is the “Vibhuti” what most hindus were it on their forehead and on their bodies, it is made of the cow dung for its references this is the link:
    https://www.google.co.in/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=cow+dung
    https://www.facebook.com/Hinduism.Hindus/posts/307018052789254:0
    The third one red is as you know which most Indian Women put it as “Tilak” on their forehead. It also represents that the woman is married. If she is not wearing it she might be a widow. There are many things that can be shared, but I only give very few details, since I was inspired about the colours you have displayed. The Link:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tilaka
    I hope you shall study if you want to know of them in detail through the links mentioned.
    Welcome again to my blog.
    Shiva

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    Carolyn

    December 30, 2015

    Unique pics, I like them!!

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    ~ carmen ~

    December 29, 2015

    I love these photos. You can never go wrong with a little spice & seasoning in your life. :]

    // ▲ itsCarmen.com ▲

    • Reply

      marianthi

      December 29, 2015

      Ahh!! Thank you VERY much Carmen!! You just put a smile on my face!! Have a wonderful day!!! 🙂
      xo

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