The sight of flowers blossoming in Spring always makes me happy.
While we have soft hail here, I am optimistic that Spring will come soon.
This image always come to mind; it was taken in Morges, Switzerland.
While tulips in Amsterdam are are abundant, I rather like these at Morges.
This is another example of Weightless.
Reflection in the water does not involve any mass and hence weight.
They make irregular and interesting patterns.
Here are two photos taken in the Baltic, the first one only showing the reflection from the water.
The second one gives an overview, reflections and swans floating effortlessly in the lake.
In a sense, the swans appear weightless too!
There are a lot more photos which show multi-color firework display throughout the sky during this festive season.
But I like this simplistic one.
The photo was taken by my classmate YM Chan while he was travelling in Hokkaido during this festive season.Please enjoy :-)
The holiday season has meant that I am unable to spend much time on blogging.
The photo was taken by my sister-in-law in Botswana.
It shows a gathering of elephants.
They are quite intelligent and sometimes have grudges against people.
New Zealand is very photogenic, I guess wherever you point your camera, you have a great picture.
The picture was taken by my wife in the Tongariro National Park, New Zealand, on a day when they hiked for 8 hours.
I have never hiked for 8 hours continuous. To me, it is a big challenge.
Again, the clouds and the lake look fantastic!
This is a view which one might see while doing the Milford Track.
It looks so serene.
The sky and its reflection in water has always been my favorite.
Please enjoy :-)
I would just do the same as the girl in the center of the photo . . .. . . . . . . standing in awe as I look around the panoramic view of Lake Wanaka.
New Zealand is so photogenic.
It has got all the elements that I like . . . . . . stunning clouds, blue waters, a sense of space and varsity, lots of trees, flora and fauna, friendly people.