Posts Tagged ‘Nature’


Weekly Photo Challenge: Today Was a Good Day in the Sculpture Garden

August 22, 2015

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Today Was a Good Day.”


IMG_7072Shot the photos above two years ago in New Jersey, U.S.A. but up to now when I look at these photos, the same meditative feeling that I experienced when I first saw it remains the same: I feel good and calmed by the quiet elements in the photos. I can stare at it for long, enjoy and wallow on the serenity the scene evokes.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Beneath Your Feet_A Rabbit!

August 9, 2015

Green grasses beneath my feet, and a rabbit that quietly sits with enjoyment!


Shot in Delaware, U.S.A.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Afloat_Dolphin

April 11, 2015


Dolphin 13


Weekly Photo Challenge: Ephemeral

March 30, 2015
We will never jump this way again!!! And may not pass this way again!

We will never jump this way again!!! And may not pass this way again either!


Weekly Photo Challenge: Traces Gone, But Not Forgotten

December 7, 2014

Even if one goes back to the same spot, on the same place, at the same hour,

Gone shall be one’s traces and marks on the sand, whispers in the wind.

Subic 4

Subic 1

Subic 2

[Shot in Subic Bay, Olongapo City in Zambales, Philippines using my tablet]


Weekly Photo Challenge: UP the Victoria Peak

April 19, 2013

It was somewhat gloomy when we went up the Victoria Peak, the highest in Hong Kong Island sometime in February. Though quite windy, streak of sun rays managed to peek through the grey clouds. Despite difficulty in taking photos, the few photos below would always remind me of the breathtaking view from up there with the misty clouds. We took the Peak Tram to reach the place. [Pls. click on the photo to better enjoy the sight.]

Victoria Peak 10

Victoria Peak 8

Victoria Peak 4a


Weekly Photo Challenge: Change / To Duskiness

April 13, 2013

Sunset in Balaybay

We waited for the sun to set — so from day to duskiness and darkness we were in Balaybay, a place in Castillejos, Zambales in Luzon. For sure, each day when the sun sets, change in all else surrounding it can’t be duplicated: color and cloud shapes, shadow forms, the breeze and the wind, seeping sun rays. Our moods as well may get affected by such change. We may turn blue, yellow, or appreciative of how dusk envelops us, happy to see the end of the day well spent…looking forward for the new day or days ahead, and always hoping for the best.