A tiny church that sits no more than 10 people stood gracefully to proclaim the love of God for mankind.
I snapped this photo in 2016 at Taiwan’s Toucheng Old Street with these Chinese names in the middle of some old houses’ sketches in this area. Maybe they are the people contributed financially or in other means in making Toucheng a better place. These names representing those who cared about this town and did something about it, they are being honored by having their names displaced here.
What do we care enough that we are willing to do something about it??
Everytime I look unto the horizon, it is new since God is constantly changing it. I might not perceive the difference but it is new every moment. I choose this photo taken in Taiwan few months back because I like how that young pine is standing tall against where the mountain touches the sky. A new horizon, a new beginning, a new me.
What relaxes me? A cup of coffee, a beautiful sunset, a nap on the massage chair, a walk by the beach, a good movie, wandering aimlessly with a camera, and watching children play……