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“Every pulse of your heartbeat is one liquid moment that flows through the veins of your being. Like a river of life flowing on since creation, approaching the sea with each new generation” – Don McLean –
On seeing this week’s Photo Challenge Topic both Karen and I both said at once: “Boudhanath Stupa” While exploring this marvellous building we were enthralled by the multi-coloured Tibetan Flags that adorned it’s four corners.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Broken.” For centuries a chain of fortifications kept the inhabitants of Greater China safe from attack from the Mongol Hordes. Today it lies mostly in ruins – scavenged to almost nothing. This was one of the towers at a section of the Great Wall at Jinshangling.
The sand is so soft on Whitehaven Beach in the Whitsundays it makes you want to jump for joy!
Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds
Taken from outside a random temple in Chiang Mai.
I close my eyes Only for a moment and the moment’s gone All my dreams Pass before my eyes with curiosity Today was a very sad day. After over 2 years of companionship and friendship it was time to say goodbye to The Hulklings…. my bulky green running shoes! A cursory look through our photo […]