In response to Sylvain LANDRY, SL-Week 2-02: Ground. I was pleasantly surprised to see the effect of this shot myself. This shot intrigues me so much that I remember this view vividly two years from then. Blessed is the person who treasures the rice. [Photo: 1. Taken on a rice terrace in Bali, 2014.] Advertisements
In response to Sylvain LANDRY, SL-Week 23: Narrow. I am most impressed with the way Landry injects meaning to the word “narrow” with the interpretation, “It must feel the weight.” I have never thought of “narrow” as a feeling before. Inspired by Landry’s unique and insightful perspective of “narrow,” I ransacked my stash of photographs like never before. At the back of my mind, I kept running over the thought – feel the weight. *** First, join me as I […]
Dear Readers, Thank you for spending your evenings with me a day after day. Your comments have put many smiles on my tired face. It is the little things that we share in common here and there that has brought us together in the blogosphere. I hope this does not sound too mushy. I seldom articulate such heartfelt words because I have grown up in a rather restraint Asian environment. We, 101-ers, have been tasked to spread the love, so […]
In response to Sunday Stills, the next challenge: Red. I have chosen a photo of a cherry drink that sits atop a red tablecloth. Dinner that night was one of those ‘one-half each and the relationship will not sour’ type of moment. Enjoy!
In response to Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge 2015 Week 29. One thing that I particularly enjoy about photo challenges is that I could have readers, you, join in the fun by guessing what the subject is in the picture. The oddball for this week is in the image below. Guess what it is! Scroll down only if you have made your guess. * * * * * * * * * * * * The scene below shows the oddball drying […]
In response to The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: “Half and Half”, and “Symbol”. Half black and half white, the roosters make a pair, reminding me of the Ba Gua symbol. Interesting to note that the white is larger and plumper than the black. This scene struck me for three reasons. First, I have not seen a rooster in real life for the longest time. I used to be able to hear the cock crow at dawn when I was younger, […]