I am always fascinated by the skyline of New York city.
Here is a one of my favorite photos of NY skyline, seeing NYC from afar.
“So this week, share an image where you see a particularly strong connection between what we see and what you felt as you pressed that shutter button on your camera or phone.”
Have been to New York several times. Each time, I got a special feeling about the place.
There are many places I like, however, the ordinary streets cape in NY reminds me that I am actually there.
The mix of the old and the new gives you a sense of place.
A place that is so varied, so alive and so full of energy!
Our Spring is still cold ( by our standards).
Here are a couple of photos taken some years ago.
It looks as if there are two seasons there in the picture; Winter on the hills and Spring in the valley below.
Maybe the snow there never melts, even in Summer.
I know Misty is not a season.
We were wandering in the mountains of ZhangJiaJie, China when mist came upon us.
It was all fun and a bit adventurous.
Hope to be in the midst of mist again in my next hike!
Most tourists head for the fortress side of Dubrovnik; we did the same too.
For a change, this picture was taken towards the sea, away from the fortresses, when the sun has set.
We were walking back to the hotel and my eyes were captured by the very peaceful feeling of the sea and the cliffs and the lone house by the seaside.
Altogether, a very soothing view!
Spring and Autumn are the seasons I like best.
Summer is the month I feel most mobile and energetic.
Winter is the season for my hibernation!
How delightful it is to walk around the garden by the lake.
Flowers and green leaves everywhere, one complementing the other.
This week’s DP photo challenge is Seasons.
It signifies hope and live.
The second photo, which I reckon is more beautiful, was taken in XiangShan, Beijing in China.
Lastly, but not the least, the photo of Canola or Rapeseed flowers were taken in Luoping, China in early Spring.