63 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons (1)

  1. Beautiful photos – as always. Love the two arches photo – there is some pleasant softness and humbleness over it. Your words are very humble too – maybe that is what I see in your photos.

    • Hi lingeringvisions, I hope you will have the chance to see it in person. Having said that, it is quite true that some of the Chinese places you see in my blog are not those that visitors would have the time to visit or that they are not those places which are on top of the visitng list. Have a great weekend! Michael

  2. This is just beautiful, Michael. Please note that I nominated you for a ” Very Inspiring Blogger Award”.
    Please go to my site , copy and paste the award to your site, tell us 7 things we may not know about you and nominate 15 other people for the award and let them know. and what they need to do etc.Thanks.

    • Hi suesilver, thanks so much for the nomination. I have decided not to pursue or accept any nomination / award during my retirement and for this reason, I have already turned down all similar awards. Knowing that my blog is read in many places of the world is already my biggest reward. With regret, I have to decline the nomination. Thank you once again for the nomination which is very much appreciated! Regards, Michael

  3. Your quest for photography is a great fitness routine Michael. I would always prefer to do a 2 hour walk in nature rather than exercising at the gym. I really liked your final photo peering thru that arches at the forbidden path. It’s the kind of photo that might insight a grand bed time tale.

  4. Reblogged this on jennroig and commented:
    I found this piece interesting and want to share. I’ve never been in Asia, but it’s indeed one of the destinations that I definitely don’t want to miss.

    • Hi Nature on the Edge, very glad that you like my post. Just like you I am spreading awareness through pixels. I also like the photos / posts you have in your blog. Hope one day, I would travel to your region. Regards, Michael

      • It’s great to belong to this blogging community for the exchange of ideas and learning from others their passion of place. My bucketlist of travel destinations is growing apace. Here’s hoping your wish to visit the Cape comes to fruition :)

      • I am also happy reading other people’s blog and be inspired. The Cape seem very far from where I am based, will need an extra effort to make the trip happen. Thanks for the perusal and regards, Michael

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