I always find it pleasing to gaze out the sea with a few islands dotting on the horizon.
These three islands in Langkawi certainly appeal to me.
They are all irregularly shaped.
I wondered for a while why they looked so different when they are at a small distance apart from each other, sharing the same environment.
I can only thank God for their creation.
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.
However, I know I have to be optimistic.
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.
The setting sun reminds me more than anything that the present moment is Now.
In a couple of minutes time, the sun will have sunk below the horizon.
In 15 minutes, the sky will have darkened and the day will be coming to a close.
The photo was taken in Langkawi, Malaysia. It reminded me so strongly that I shouldn’t be chasing sunset anymore and should be back at the hotel for dinner.
My ideal place of a Happy Place is a place with blue sky, beach with fine white sand and a blue sea.
This is something easily tenable at Langkawi, Malaysia.
Better still, here are some boats ready for anyone who enjoy sea sports!
This week’s DP photo challenge is Happy Place.
Langkawi, Malaysia has always been my favorite destination for travels.
Happiness is lazing on the beach or wading to the near shore islands when the tide is out.
All my days in Langkawi, Malaysia were good days.
The good days there usually consisted of walking along the beach and watching the sunset when the days were coming to an end.
Sitting out on the rocks and meditate was also my favorite pastime, just like the man in my photograph.
We took the cable car to the top of the hill in Langkawi, Malaysia.
From there we have a panoramic view of the mountains and the blue ocean.
There is a cable stayed footbridge which takes you from one side of the mountain to another.
The cable stayed bridge has only one middle pier support off the mountains.
Standing on the footbridge, gazing out, all you have beneath you is the bridge deck and hundred feet of air before you reached the ground below.
You understand that is a big air gap under you!