Here’s my entry to the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.
Transformation (transfərˈmāSH(ə)n): a thorough or dramatic change in form or appearance.
Everyday we are witnesses to different transformations. Whether it be night turning into day, or day into night. Enemies into friends, or friends into enemies. Failure into success, or success into failure. But we can do something about how we want it written.
And the photo above? I transformed it. I posted it upside down! I’m not sure if many of you even noticed.
Here’s the original photo.
(*photo taken during my morning run)
Gone were the summer flowers, and all our lush annual plants. And after our fall clean-up, all that were left of them were memories, and these yard waste bags.
All in this life, is temporary.
(*this post is an entry to WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Temporary)
Would you like to drink tea under the ambient light of tea cups? It may be a little pricey though, after all you may be paying for the ambience.
(*Photo taken in a restaurant in Łódź, Poland)
In this life, some will choose to follow the path that is popular and well-known. Some will choose the uncommon and less travelled path. While some will go where there is no path, and make their own.
(*entry to the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Path)
“My voice shalt thou hear in the morning, O Lord.” Psalms 5:3
(*entry to WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Morning; photo taken at Two Medicine Lake, Glacier National Park)
It’s been a while since I posted something for WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge. Here’s my interpretation for this week’s challenge: Earth.
(*Photos taken at Grand Canyon, with changing interplay of light as the sun was setting down.)
When you’re in such a gridlock, here’s a grid that can unlock. Prayer.
(*Photo taken at the Church on the Rock, in Sedona, Arizona. This post is in response to WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge: Grid)
If this life’s wandering takes you to……
or the desert,
through colorful landscapes,
or to barren land,
into the city,
or into lush forrest,
or secluded farm fields,
and even to alien terrain,
or if are you stuck with hundreds of travelers,
or all alone in a lonely highway to nowhere,
(somewhere in the middle of nowhere)
may your journey always leads you – on the way….
(*this post is a response to WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: On the Way)
(** photo credit to my wife who took most of the pictures)
Broken. A term that we can apply to a structure ravaged by time.
(photo taken at Vigan, Ilocos Sur)
Or to a place ravaged by the forces of nature.
(photo taken at Tacloban, after the typhoon Haiyan)
Or a societal state ravaged by a corrupt system, where the rich becomes richer and the poor becomes poorer.
Or it can even be applied to a perfect picture of opulence….
….when we are oblivious to the sufferings of the poor just outside our deaf walls.
(*This post is a response to WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge on the theme, Broken.)
(**All photos taken with an iPhone.)
During our visit to Yellowstone National Park, we were delighted to see picturesque landscapes and encounter some wild creatures. Here’s one photo I took of a wild buffalo. If you look closely, it certainly captured a split-second story. Enough said.