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The Artist

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We have legendary artists like Van Gogh, Picasso and Raja Ravi Varma, among others. But my personal favourite is the Sun. The way it can use various weather conditions to paint stunning portraits on the sprawling canvas of the sky, few can even dream of matching it, especially if you’re talking about the periods of sunrise and sunset, preferably in the rainy season.

Posted for the Mundane Monday Challenge # 64 by Photrablogger.

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27 thoughts on “The Artist

    1. Why not? The muse to thousands of poets since time immemorial, moon.

      Thanks for taking time out to read and share your opinion. Happy blogging. God bless. πŸ™‚

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  1. I love how the sky is a living canvas, ever-changing. The sun as master artist gives rise to spiritual analogy for me. Thank you for these beautiful thoughts!

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        1. The most obvious ones would be your own photos. Let the world know the mind behind the aura and graceful words!
          Anonymity has its own benefits but I think you’re good to take the next step. πŸ™‚

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              1. Haha, I had to google that! But good that I know now. πŸ™‚ Do you think readers might be interested in knowing more about the actual person, than their intentions here on the blogging world? Just curious πŸ™‚

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              2. I can’t speak for others, but I definitely like knowing about the person behind the blog. You see, more often than not, the blog is an extension of our own personality. I mean, this is not like FB or some other sites where you put up a fake mask, simply because you don’t need to. The blog provides a detached reality that automatically allows you to write and express what you actually feel, regardless of whether it’s morally and politically correct or not.
                Enough of that lecture, long story short – yes! people like knowing, at least that’s what I’d believe. That’s why creating a profile and an about page is one of the first things we bloggers need to do. That and adding a photograph. πŸ™‚

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              3. I can’t speak for others, but I definitely like knowing about the person behind the blog. You see, more often than not, the blog is an extension of our own personality. I mean, this is not like FB or some other sites where you put up a fake mask, simply because you don’t need to. The blog provides a detached reality that automatically allows you to write and express what you actually feel, regardless of whether it’s morally and politically correct or not.
                Enough of that lecture, long story short – yes! people like knowing, at least that’s what I’d believe. That’s why creating a profile and an about page is one of the first things we bloggers need to do. That and adding a photograph. πŸ™‚

                Oh, and by the way, you must watch The Usual Suspects. One of the best films of the 1990s and a true thriller. You’d love it I hope.

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              4. Haha, this is no lecture. Makes perfect sense!! I actually had a lot of questions on this topic and ended up asking suggestions on WordPress forums, if profile picture really matters and if reader’s actually care about them. I could not get replies that I was actually looking for. Eventually, I forgot about it, lol. So, thank you for letting me know! πŸ™‚ The title sounds very interesting, will definitely watch out for it, as I enjoy thrillers! πŸ™‚

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              5. Would have been far faster and easier had you just asked me, ha ha ha. And that kind of thing can happen, forgetting all about it. I have had experiences like that myself.

                Do let me know how you felt about the film when you eventually get around to watching it. A trivia for you – This film was ripped-off in typical Bollywood fashion to make the 2005 film Chocolate, starring Emraan Hashmi, Irrfan Khan and Tanushree Dutta. That was pathetic. This is masterful.

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