Finding Art and Beauty in Home and Kitchen Chores

This post may appear to be a bit weird and rather funny to some, but I love being weird at times. Don’t you think it’s always a good idea to see beauty in everything?

The title reminds me of two of my previous photography posts called ‘Water Droplets Captured My Way’ and ‘Melting Ice’, which also befit the art and beauty in home and kitchen category. Though these captures had made me think and write about life and its deeper meanings, the following photographs make me laugh at my own sense of photography and admiring beauty.

These photographs will make it clear of what my idea of instinctive photography is and how my craving for seeking beauty even within the confines of my home makes me the person I am. Weird for some and beautiful for others! I guess each one of has that child in us, some people just keep that weirdo, that child, up and awake in their hearts. 😉

The first photograph is of a bottle gourd that I started chopping, but forgot amidst focusing on some other work. On returning after some 15-20 minutes I saw water droplets appear at the periphery of the cut bottle gourd. It looked so appealing to my eyes that I couldn’t help but photograph it against the backdrop of sunlight shining through the window. The resulting capture looked so beautiful to me that I wished to share it with all of you. 🙂

Bottlegourd

The second photograph proves that I can be an absolute manic when it comes to being imaginative and creating patterns out of nothing. Below is a pattern that got created while I was scouring the griddle with a dish washing powder. :p The design looked similar to a peacock’s feathers when opened completely (absolutely my imagination). I was intrigued by the formation, liked it and clicked it.

Griddle art

The only words that come to my mind after writing this post are ‘always keep your childlike nature alive, it keeps you going during the toughest of times and most humdrum of tasks.’ I have kept the child in me alive and I am absolutely proud of it.

Hope you like this.

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12 thoughts on “Finding Art and Beauty in Home and Kitchen Chores

  1. healthyindiankitchen

    Both pics are absolutely beautiful Ruchi. Love how your imagination works. Yes it does look like the feathers of a peacock. It’s always so nice to find happiness from the little pleasures of life. That’s simplicity defined beautifully😃

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    1. meetruchisharma Post author

      Absolutely, I live by this thought that life is about finding pleasures in small things. Thanks so much dear for appreciating. I am happy to know that someone else can also relate with my imagination and thoughts 🙂

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  2. Divya Deepak Rao

    Oh my God! You’re right, the second picture does look like a peacock’s feather! And you know what, if this weird, then I love weird:)
    Great captures and it’s lovely what your imagination has captured!
    Hugs and I’m waiting to see more Ruchi 🙂

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    1. meetruchisharma Post author

      Hey thanks Divya….yeah I found posting these weird….but then I love being weird too so thought there might be other people who would love to see these…thanks so much for appreciating 🙂 Hugs!

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  3. anyone4curryandotherthings

    Namaskaram Ruchi from beautiful Kerala – the land of Coconuts and spices!!!! 🙂 As one of your new followers let me say just a few things:
    1: I do love your header picture – moody/beautiful/well captured.
    2: Congratulations on you “first 500” – soon you will have to ‘cut a cake’ for 1000 🙂
    3: What a beautiful little baby girl
    4: I just like your Blog and look forward to more of your entries.
    Carina 🙂

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    1. meetruchisharma Post author

      Greetings Carina!! Thank you so very much for being so insightful about my blog…really appreciate…i am glad to have connected with you….look forward to more interactive exchanges….have a great time blogging 🙂

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