Am I being too dramatic when I say that I terribly miss the Daily Prompt and the Weekly Photo Challenge on the WordPress.com’s Daily Post? It made me sad – or should I say, heartbroken – when I discovered that the daily and weekly challenges have come to an end. These challenges have propelled many bloggers to blog and by so doing kept their blogs alive and meet other bloggers in the blogging community. Now that they are no longer gracing us with their presence, one should ask as Madonna’s rendition of Evita Peron once did: ‘Where do we go from here?’
It is so Unlikely that these two, the snow and the flowers will meet, but notwithstanding its unlikeliness, they nonetheless did meet this year. The former belong to the winter whereas the latter to spring. Did the snow came later or the flowers earlier than usual? The image is an illustration of a beautiful and rare contradictions: The flowers are announcing spring in the midst of winter.
This is more of a space than a place. Nonetheless, I consider this as my Favourite Place because I see the city quite differently from this perspective. When I am on a boat, which is a very rare opportunity for me, the city looks different. When I walk on the pavement, I do not see the city at all.
via I’d Rather Be…
I’d rather be running towards the end of the rainbow and get myself a pot of gold. Otherwise, I am exactly where I want to be doing the things I love doing. It’s Goldilocks.
This photograph has been taken last spring of 2017 and has already been posted on this blog entitled: The White Roses in the Early Days of Spring 2017. This week’s photo challenge has weaved an opportunity for this photograph be exhibited again.
This photograph depicts how binary structures, such as life and death, old and new, arrival and departure are deconstructed. Life and death are not just two ends of a spectrum, but rather intertwined. Birth and death are brought together by growth.
via 2017 Favorites
These are not only my favourite photographs that I have posted in this blog page so far, but that week’s photo challenge theme entitled good match was also my favourite theme. When I see these photographs, I cannot help myself but grab my pen and fill the empty pages of words written by my right hand. These pictures are my favourite because it also depicts my favourite activity: writing.
This picture has been taken before I go to work early today. As the sun gradually ascend, it is also setting the tone of the day ahead: although cold, it will be a sunny vibrant day! Of course, the ascension of the sun is just an illusion. The sun does not ascend nor descend. It is static.