This week’s photo challenge is Forces of Nature.
This is the first image came to mind.
Water come tumbling down the Victoria falls.
It is just so powerful!
This is a view overlooking the Victoria waterfall.
If you are interested, please see my other post on “And God Created Waterfalls” https://retireediary.wordpress.com/2013/06/24/and-god-created-waterfalls/
PS Photo taken by my sister-in-law Jennie.
Here are 3 pictures from Botswana, Africa.
Third one was taken by the river bank when the sun has almost set.
Please enjoy :-)
Here are two images of babies with a lot of contrasts between them.
I seldom take pictures of pictures. However, I have taken this from a photo by the side of a photo shop in Shinkoku, Japan.
The second photo was taken by Jennie, my sister-in-law, in Botswana.
It is the image of a baby girl of the Bushman tribe – an image I have shown before.
There is so much contrast between the two – one with white skin, eye almost closed, well dressed while the other is almost naked (apart from the necklace), dark skin, large and hopeful eye. They are of course from different parts of the world and so far apart.
To me, one represents joy while the other represents hope – and we need them both, as they are the Future of Humanity!
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Anyway, my thanks to all the images provided by Jennie!
The theme for this week’s challenge is quite a difficult one.
From a cursory search, I decided to post this photo.
Are the two elephants in Botswana having a dialogue?
I don’t know but they are an intelligent animal!
Again, photo the courtesy of Jennie, my sister-in-law.
I have been showing carefully sculpted Trees in Japanese gardens.
The photo was taken by my sister-in-law Jennie while travelling in Botswana to whom the credit is due.
Trees and sunsets are my favorite topic.
What a wonderful sight! Something that I wouldn’t hesitate to share.