As long as we have clean water and a green environment, I am optimistic about our future.
It clearly shows how green the environment can be.
The waterfall gives hope that there will be clean water for the future.
When you are tired and wearied and you know there is still a long way to go.
This is how it feels up on the mountains in Plover Cove, Hong Kong.
You know that you have to make your way down before the sun finally sets.
With the light in front, you are Optimistic, as there is a guiding light.
PS The picture was taken by my friend CP Chan, the post is inspired by his trail walk up the mountain.
These flowers remind me of early Spring.
They bloom around Lunar New Year, when everything seems to come back to life.
They are known as Hanging Bells locally but maybe called Chandeliers elsewhere.
I remain optimistic that Spring is not far behind.
I am not a preacher.
The illness of mom in the last year has made me all the more aware how helpless one can be. How weak and hopeless one can become.
While walking along the shoreline of Okinawa, I spotted light coming down from the sky (heaven?)
They look as if they are ” Jesus Light”.
Quoting the words of the Bible:
Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.”
So, follow the light!
We just have the coldest day in 60 years!
There was snow cum rain in the Tai Mo Shan (mountain) which fell to -5 degrees last night.
There were reports of the same elsewhere; frost was reported on the lower grounds.
I can only blame global warming which has brought us extreme weather throughout the world.
Snow was never heard of in Hong Kong.
The view of sun rise has always brought me hope and even faith in God. This picture was taken in Langkawi, Malaysia.
Let’s be Optimistic and hope that everything will be back to normal in a few days’ time.
This week’s DP Photo Challenge is Optimistic.
Frost or even snow is predicted for the next two days.
However, I am optimistic that it will come and go away quickly, and Spring is just round the corner!
The photo was taken at Kadoorie Farm, Hong Kong.