Transition unfolding right before my eyes…
Ephemeral beauties that last only for a short period of time but leaving everlasting memories in our minds…
Beauty consists of its own passing, just as we reach for it. It’s the ephemeral configuration of things in the moment, when you can see both their beauty and their death…
That famous bokeh effect that oh so difficult to achieve…
It’s always nice to see things arranged in a proper order. Easy on the eye. Inviting. Inspiring. Shot worthy. Last Christmas I saw in the Supermarket rows of rows of gift wrapped chocolates. I am not fond of sweets but I can’t help but admire the colourful display. They are so tempting, neatly and appropriately dressed up for the holiday.
I am always fascinated with water and how it reflects its surroundings. Somehow it makes everything more fascinating, more mysterious, more magical…
Sometimes The reflection is better than the real image…
But no matter what it will always be a sight to behold.
They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”
― Benjamin Franklin
It is Spring and it is difficult to ignore its presence. Nature has a way of announcing each season in a spectacular way. Take for instance these Magnolia and cherries flowers cascading from the trees in abundance. I took these pictures with my phone camera two days ago while taking one of my daily evening walks. Isn’t it fantastic? The flowers are so densely arranged I lost counts. I could stay there forever admiring them, bathing in the subtle aroma of the ephemeral blooms. How I wish it could stay this way but to every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven they say.
Green is the prime color of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises.
I’m on atop of the world looking… 🙂
As a single footstep will not make a path on the earth, so a single thought will not make a pathway in the mind. To make a deep physical path, we walk again and again. To make a deep mental path, we must think over and over the kind of thoughts we wish to dominate our lives.
-Henry David Thoreau
It’s not a secret anymore that I love hiking and taking long walks or just simply roaming around the city at night. It calms my nerves and soothes my restless soul. By doing so I encountered a lot of big and little surprises like this bronze statue. It stopped me right on my track. I thought it was a real man.
And this weird yet cute looking insect(?)
A scared hedgehog
A woman and her dog having a mini me time
This wooden face
A couple in love
A lost puppy that followed me all the way to my car
So many to mention!
Clearly a very good match 😀
What are the odds of me while walking one afternoon encountering a wild rabbit and the furry animal instead of darting away waited and posed for me instead?