MUNDANE MONDAY: THESE BOOTS WERE MADE FOR …

Mundane Monday Challenge : Learn Photography


From PhoTrablogger:

“This is a challenge created to find beauty in almost everything. The challenge is simple : find beauty in everyday mundane things and frame it beautifully and upload the photographs. And give me a pingback by including the URL of this post in your challenge post.”


Well, it’s a little past Monday. I’m surprised it’s already Thursday. Time surely does fly, even when I’M not doing anything much. It really hasn’t been a particularly busy week, but I’ve been taking pictures and reading a lot … and that does eat up the time. And, of course, writing, answering comments, making comments … and figuring out what to make for dinner.

warm boots

These boots sat on my sofa for almost a year. They were my “quick pick” footwear for the entire autumn and winter of last year … and when summer came, I didn’t see any reason to move them. I rather liked the way they looked. I still do. They are, I admit, no longer in their prime, but are oh so comfortable.

Summer has come around again. It’s a bit warm for sheepskin, so I brought a different pair of “quick pick” shoes out here for my convenience. They live on the floor rather than the sofa.

Mundane, yet somehow … artistic. I like the play of shadows, light, soft colors, and various textures. Hope you like them.

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all of us!

14 thoughts on “MUNDANE MONDAY: THESE BOOTS WERE MADE FOR …”

    1. Winter light is cold and has a slightly blue tint. In the spring, it changes to yellow, then to darker yellow in summer. It’s amber in the autumn. Maybe that’s why everything looks great in the fall around here 🙂

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