Weekly Photo Challenge: Dialogue

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I find a dialogue between both the photos.

Humans are notoriously known not to reveal their real self – hide the jealousy, possess ill-will against their fellow brethren, suppress their anger in their hearts, consider grief as his destiny and sometimes, even fake their smiles. Sometimes a make-up helps them, and at other times, accessories, like masks and hats provide them the ostentatious demeanor. But the truth is that however he tries, ultimately he cannot hide his actions, for long.

Do let me know your thoughts.

This was my contribution for this week’s challenge. Read more posts here.

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Read about the ‘muted dialogue’ between the mummies – yes, you read it right, the Mummies of Mexico.

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6 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Dialogue

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  3. Helen C says:

    Good morning, Suyash. Wonderful photos for the challenge. I like the color a lot.
    I agree with what you said. But, at time, it is good that we don’t reveal the real ourselves, because our instant reaction (like anger), quite often, makes us say wrong things and turns out the anger doesn’t last anyway. Isn’t that true? Helen

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    • suyashchopra says:

      Absolutely, I completely agree with you. At times, as you said, it is important not to be reactive coz that makes us lose a lot including our relationships.

      Thanks a lot Helen for your encouraging words and for visiting my post 🙂 Have a great weekend…!

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  4. words4jp says:

    I love this. And I totally agree. I am afraid it is a part of human nature. Unfortunate.

    This was a tough challenge. I love your interpretation of it.

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