I like sunrise, but as always, I am too lazy to get up very early in the morning.
As a result, I ended up with few sunrise pictures and lots of sun set pictures in my archive.
The other picture mainly shows the Namibia sky and clouds.
All photos were taken by my wife in her trip to Namibia, Africa last month.
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.
The Photo Challenge this week is Beginning.
Beginning is quite an abstract notion to show in a photo.
This signifies the beginning of a brand new day . . . . . . . . . . . . . a day full of hope, warmth and peace !
Ailsa’s Travel theme this week is Hidden.
Woke up early in the morning, I stumbled onto the top deck of our ship that was cruising up the Three Gorges section of the Yangtze River and, as the only person on the deck, I found myself terribly alone.
There was total silence and a thick mist was around me.
Hidden behind the clouds and sometimes barely visible was our tiny sun.
Dwarfed by the mountains was this partially hidden speck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . so tiny that I have never seen anything like it before.