I am finding this challenge somewhat broad. It seems like you can go in any direction with. When something is pure it means that it has not been contaminated or adulterated by some external factor. The contaminating or adulterating factor can also be completely vague, and can change within the context in which the term is being applied. Pureness can be defined in the human context in many ways, and it can also be defined in the experiential context in many other ways. Many examples can be found here.
Pureness can sometimes be seen in opposition to complexity, with an absence of factors that complicate your visualization of the subject. It is sometimes associated with a certain simplicity of the subject matter. With that in mind, here are some pictures with my interpretation of the theme.
I am not sure if I have interpreted the theme of the challenge in a proper manner, and if so, if the context in which the adjective “pure” is being used can be clearly expressed in words. But that is all I have…
FYI, the first picture was taken at White Sands National Monument. The rest of the pictures are generic.
7 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Pure”
Love the maple leaf floating to destinations unknown! 🙂
I love White Sands. I drive between Tucson AZ and Ruidoso NM often… and I rarely pass White Sands that I don’t stop for at least a drive through (I have a senior pass so it doesn’t cost me). I’ve posted several of my White Sands images… if you’re interested in taking a peek…
White Sands is a beautiful place
Yes it is. This picture was taken during my second visit.
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Nice! I’d love to visit again