Here is a picture taken at a beach in Hong Kong when the sun was setting.
I like the atmosphere and both halves of the picture – the beach and the sky.
One of the most memorable things in Croatia must be the sea at Croatia.
The deep blue Adriatic sea captured my heart when we were there.
There was good sunshine in the coastal areas of Croatia and the sea was just a reflection of the clear and blue sky.
We spent a few days on the island of Hvar ( on the second picture) where I felt completely relaxed.
The sea was just everywhere and I like watching yachts and sea gulls flying past.
I think I could stay on the island forever!
The DP’s theme for this week is Half and Half.
Photographers talk about the rule of thirds.
Taking pictures half / half is usually not recommended.
The picture was taken in Bosporus, Istanbul Turkey.
We were heading back towards Istanbul on a vessel when the sun was setting, exerting its last rays of light before the whole sky darkened.
There are so many moments we recall as being ephemeral.
They are fleeting moments which would disappear after appearing briefly.
Here is a picture of the sun setting on the western side of the Victoria Harbor, Hong Kong.
Picture again taken by my classmate YM Chan.
Usually, I will try to submit several entries on the WPC’s weekly theme.
The first entry is usually about something which immediately comes to mind when reading the Daily Press ‘s WPC.
Then, I would go for a search in my archive to see what else can be submitted as well.
We were up on this mountain and the cable car brought us even higher up. From the top of the mountain, we saw a deep valley below and as a background, we have the blue sea separated by a layer of white clouds from the equally blue sky.
The steeply rising hill contrasts quite a bit with the valley below!