The Order in Nature

Order has its many ideologies – depending on how the person acts upon it, looks on it and how one does it.  I am taking on a different angle of showing order at how I perceive things differently.

As a nature lover myself, I am quite amazed at how nature does its awesome job at being so “neatly and methodically arranged”.  Well, I must say, God is.  Nature brings so many wonders of God and, therefore, we see beautiful things.  Without being destroyed by the elements of this world; a calm, peaceful and a ship-shaped world will be experienced.  Hence, let us take heed and act on being so orderly just as how God showed his orderliness thru His wonderful creation.

 

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Weekly Photo Challenge: A Good Match

Oftentimes we incorporate a good match with a good pair of clothes, a beautiful couple, a happy family, a lovely friendship and many other things that would always compliment one from the other. But there’s more to life than just what I mentioned above. Here’s to a good match for me…

How about this? Sharing my Dunkin’ Donuts taro drink to a giraffe that does not even move? This is something new and weird!10273964_10204132337172021_3023119862412530255_n

And maybe an ice cream for a sandwich spread and finishing up with a salty Lays chips? Have you tried this before? Go ahead and try my so-called crazy weaknesses!

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And of course my ever favorite time of musing and contemplation amidst life’s wiggles and waggles – watching the beautiful golden sunset with its promises of a beautiful tomorrow. Thanks to my perfect model in the picture. I captured the crisp setting of the beautiful sun.196972_10200426195720801_92462732_n

Cheers to these other good matches in life!

 

Weekly Photo Challenge: Ambience

via Photo Challenge: Ambience

These photos were taken during a trip on a Christmas-New Year holiday to the West of Thailand.  This is considered one of the biggest provinces in the West with extravagant hidden beauty inside it.  A trip to Kanchanaburi is worth on the top list places to visit when in Thailand.

I’ll be featuring a place called Erawan Waterfalls – where you need to cross different paths going to the 7th level.  You can play in the water as you go along the levels and of course enjoy beautiful scenery around.  Koi fish roam around every level in the water.  So, free foot and body spa. SPLENDID!  Take some selfies and have fun.

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Level 1

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Level 2

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Level 3

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Level 4

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Level 5

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Level 6

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Level 7

Weekly Photo Challenge: Extra, Extra

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Sarasin Bridge, Pa Nga, Phuket, Thailand

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right side view going to the bridge

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extra view from the bridge

Extra, extra it is! This is a good place to see when one plans to come to Thailand. These were taken at Pa Nga, Phuket – the famous Sarasin Bridge. Road trippers usually get off the road when they pass by an outstanding blue-green sea water and amazing blue sky along the way. They usually make a U-turn at the end of the motorway on picture #3 if they really want to savor the view of the bridge. A nice late afternoon walk is preferable when the stunning sun is on it’s way to bed.

 

Weekly Photo Challenge: Twist

ImageImageImageThis week’s challenge is all about TWIST.  This was taken during a Disney On Ice presentation (Disney’s Treasure) in Thailand where the crowd were waiting for something and this part of the show made the people roar in excitement when Simba from the Lion King, moved fast throwing Nala to the air and twisted her many times.  I must say, this was the greatest part of the show.

 

Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters

This week’s challenge is all about letters.  I have taken shots from some of the malls I went to when I’m off at work.

Picture #1:  Imagine, it’s on sale, yes, but with defect! No return, no exchange? Would you buy that?  I think, they’re just being honest.

it's still sale!

it’s still on sale!

Picture #2:  The crew were all on lunch break leaving their shop open with those lamps on.  No entry at that when it’s wide open.

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having a break

Picture #3:  I have never seen sandals like these until I’ve read their caption.  I was taught in Nursery that they are shoes.  They all looked like shoes, aren’t they? Now, I’m confused!

shoes vs. sandals

shoes vs. sandals

Picture #4:  How many REFLECTION words do you see?

all letters

all about letters