Weekly Photo Challenge: Cleaning Lady’s Lines, Patterns & Beauty (#2)

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Cleaning Lady’s Lines, Patterns & Beauty (#2)

Finally, the cleaning lady got her much needed break. Went out to look for other lines, patterns and beauty. This time around, found them outside … also in glass — lights and bottles.

Still in keeping with the first set, these are ordinary things we take for granted everyday.
A row of jars and bottles and  ….

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….  a seemingly crowd of hurricane lamps looked a lot prettier when lit.

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Lastly, this is a circular pattern of lights … dramatic!

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Enjoyed taking these pictures as much as I did the first set. This caps the weekend … until the next challenge! Ciao for now.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Cleaning Lady’s Lines, Patterns & Beauty

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Call this her “Ode to Everyday Stuff” — the Cleaning Lady got stuck at home as it is (again!) raining cats and dogs over the weekend. Had to make do with common things for her response to this week’s Photo Challenge on Lines, Patterns & Beauty.

Bed linen, towels, curtains and even the lowly floor mat were just waiting to be discovered for their simple lines, color, detail and texture.

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While taking these pictures, there is also this quiet sense of peace and gratitude that one is surrounded with the most common yet beloved of things. Bought with her hard-earned money or given by friends, her “stuff” earned her respect.

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Details, like embroidery, make everyday things more “dramatic”.

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Our walls have it, too —- lines, patterns & beauty. My firstborn’s uke joined today’s post and is striking a pose.

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Salamat, stuff, for being here for my family and me. Happy weekend, everyone!

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