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Weekly Photo Challenge: Simple

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Simple; what is Simple?

The iOS 5 in-built dictionary describes Simple as ‘easily understood or done; presenting no difficulty’.

For me, the most simplicity can be found in nature…

The simplicity of a sunset, but the profound beauty it can bring. If only economics could learn from mother nature.

A fan palm tree blowing in the wind; the sound made by the leaves as the wind blows through can only be heard to be appreciated.

A flower, it’s only purple. But man does it’s beauty shine through when the sunlight hits it just right.

…and, as if to be a culmination of the individual parts that make up the whole, this scene of the Thamalakane riverfront is reminiscent of an orchestra, a symphony divine to the senses, but definitive of the word simple because it is easily understood.

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Author: Shadow Moses

There's not much I can tell about myself, however, only you can tell.

11 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Simple

  1. This picture works for the challenge my friend great interpretation πŸ™‚

  2. I love the vibrant flower. Beautiful photos!

  3. Love the picture with the palm!

  4. there is nothing simple about simple
    you have captured it well
    thank you for sharing

  5. thank you all for the comments, πŸ™‚ you are all appreciated

  6. I totally agree. πŸ™‚ Great post!

  7. Ah Botswana wonderful place!

  8. “For me, the most simplicity can be found in nature…” I agree 100%. The most beautiful images in all its pureness can be found in nature…and for that, I’m grateful for God’s amazing gifts ….makes you want to leap for joy! Thanks.

  9. Excellent captures for this challenge. Wow.

  10. Simple excellence! You got it all right, kudos πŸ™‚

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