We will never forget driving to Furano and Biei, Hokkaido that day to see the flowers.
We spent a whole afternoon there gazing at the flowers.
It was a paradise for the photographers!
It wasn’t a good day in terms of weather; as it has been raining cats and dogs.
However, we did have a good day in the Ritsurin Garden, Shikoku, Japan.
All in all, it was a good day.
I like the lotus flowers most, although they were shattered by the heavy down pour.
For those who are interested in the garden, please see my other posts.
We were up north in Australia, somewhere beyond Cairns.
We were blessed with another Good Day visiting Lake Barrine.
After taking a cruise on the lake, we took a rest in a cafe there, entertaining ourselves with the best scones and tea we ever had.
Then we took a stroll by the lakeside and captured more photos.
This photo shows everything I needed that day. If I need a boat ride, there is a boat tied up there. If I wanted a rest under the shade, there was a bench.
What else do I need?
I suddenly realize that I have no post prepared for this week.
There is a disruption at this end as my modem was burnt out and there were some personal issues to attend to.
The DP’s weekly photo challenge is Today was a Good Day.
This photo was taken when I did such a walk by the seaside of rural Hong Kong ( the New Territories ).
A day sweetly doing nothing but feeling blissful!
This week’ DP photo challenge is Creepy.
Here is a picture taken inside a limestone cavern with stalactites and stalagmites.
The reflection created is equally interesting.
Given that the picture was taken some years ago, I can only remember it was a cave we passed by on our way to Zhangjiajie in China.
The Hanging Temple in China is already a creepy place.
I have posted some photos of the Hanging Temple and also more recently a creepy red colored door in the temple.
Here is another one – honestly, I don’t know what it is? A Buddha in the middle, two figures on the side, one seemingly to come out of the opening. ?