I had to look up the meaning of this week’s challenge, so epheneral means transitory, something exists for a very short time. In a way, long or short is very subjective and relative, life can be epheneral. The average life span of a butterfly is about a month where as dogs live up to 10 to 15 years. Yet the Bible said, “with the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day.” 2 Peter 3:8 I believe this photo depicts the ephemeral of life as well as the meeting between the lotus leaf and the feather.
I have seen people selling fresh goat’s milk with a live goat, you can buy as much as the goat lets you squeeze out of her but I dare not try it! Coconut juice is another story, this was picked from the tree next to you, chopped open right before your eyes, and delivered with a straw! How much fresher can you get?!
After I don’t remember how many hours of walking, climbing, and hiking… this breath-taking view and the fact that I made it are my rewards!
I love those pinches of orange among the translucent fish net.
Wall usually is constructed to protect a city or something valuable, even computers has a firewall! Sometimes wall can be invisiable, people put up a wall to protect themselves consciously or unconsciouly. I picked this photo because I saw several familiar yet unlikely walls existing in this photo… do you see it?
Minimalist uses little to say a lot… Need I say more?