I like fresh flowers scenting the air.
The picture of the yellow flowers was taken early in the morning at Koh Samui when there were still dew drops on the petals.
Flowers just come popping up from the ground; they are love’s truest language, they are indeed the music of the ground.
This is a bouquet of small flowers in Koh Samui. They are so fresh that you can see the tiny filaments reaching out from the flowers.
In joy or sadness, flowers are our constant friends. Water lilies convey a special atmosphere of Zen; you feel fresh again on seeing the water lilies.
The water lily was also photographed on the island of Koh Samui, Thailand, early in the morning before of the start of a fresh new day.
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I am trying to put three unrelated photos together, this is an assortment of walls.
The first one was taken in a private property in Okinawa, Japan. I must admit my initial focus was on the red flowers. My attention was subsequently captured by the stone walls which when put together with the plants and flowers seem to make a good picture.
The second photo was taken in a holiday resort in Langkawi, Malaysia. I was impressed by the architecture of the resort building. The slightly sloping stone walls add a lot to the elegance of the building.
The last one was taken in Chongqing, China. The wall was entirely covered by a mural depicting some history in the past. Apart from a door opening on the right hand bottom corner, it is somewhat difficult to understand it is a building.
Please enjoy :-)
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This week’s WPC challenge is Wall.
What I am showing here are not conventional architectural / building man made walls.
But natural walls – part of a cliff like wall in Zhangjiajie in China.
They are walls with unbelievable heights.
You can also see trees that cling to the face of the cliff too.
This week’s WPC photo challenge is Walls.
Here are 3 photos which I have never posted on this blog or shown to friends.
The reason for taking these photos was that I like the various colors of the walls which blended in very well with this temple at Yunnan, China.
Apart from the hand placed stone walls, the walls are in different colors ranging from red, orange to purple.
Although I have traveled extensively in China, I have never seen walls which are painted in purple.
Of course, I like the roofs and the masonry walls to the temple too!
Here are two photos , both of which show waterfalls.
One was taken at the Niagara fall, the water was crashing down in all its mighty.
A boat full of visitors was edging towards the waterfall while a rainbow appears to the left. The picture was taken by my classmate KC Ching.
The second picture was taken by me at the Nine Dragons Group of Waterfalls in Yunnan, China.
The pictures are in dialogue, speaking to each other – with a similar theme but at a different scale.
Instead of a motorized boat, the second picture shows a small sampan being maneuvered near to misty waterfall.
Please enjoy :-)
This will be my last submission on the theme of Rule of Thirds.
I have always loved lotus flowers.
They always look serene and meditative.
The photo with the flower on the left third was taken by my classmate YM Chan.
Please enjoy :-)
Just another post to illustrate the Rule of Thirds.
I am never tired of photographing the surreal scenery of the limestone columns at Zhangjiajie. Please enjoy :-)