As I read Amanda’s prompt last Friday, I kept wondering if I had any to match the theme. Weekend was super busy with us participating in our first ‘trunk or treat’ at our son’s school as part of family Halloween event and while it was a lot of fun, it was a good amount of work as well! We also had Diwali and while it rained all day, we still managed to get the twinkling lights on the balcony and light some ‘diyas’ (traditional clay lamps used in the Indian subcontinent). This afternoon, a tiny window of what could be called “me time” took me by surprise and I started looking through old photos for this week’s Friendly Friday Photo Challenge. I was surprised to not only find pictures that would definitely fit, but also photos I had totally forgotten about. It brought a big smile to my face and in my mind, I thanked Amanda for the topic! She is moving into her new home soon and I am so happy for her to begin this new phase.
Moving can be interpreted in so many ways, as Amanda has rightly suggested…from literal to metaphorical- from moving objects to capturing something from a moving vehicle, moving (special) moments, photos that capture moments from perhaps a day of moving like the first dinner on that day in your new place, the stack of moving boxes that are unsightly but nonetheless so crucial- the list can be an exhaustive one! I found a great amount of photos that could be part of this theme and for a moment I was tempted to post all, but on second thoughts, I decided it might be a bit too much:) Still, there are quite a few!
Seasons in the sun- Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
You may Stop but Move you must
For the tourists and locals, in and around New York (for visiting the Statue of Liberty)
Can be seen around Central Park, NY
Doors of the three apartments we have lived in
From a moving car
Inside the airport (a place of constant movement) at Minneapolis
An evening walk
Two people who would move Heaven and Earth for me-my parents. And I, for them.
The Statue of Liberty that symbolizes not only freedom and liberty but so much more. A beacon of hope for people on the move, looking for hope and a better tomorrow.
We need one for sure!
The one thing that constantly keeps moving- Time
I realized just now that this post probably has the most photos! Wow…I certainly didn’t think so on Friday:)
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