The first thing came to mind on the word “delta” is the airline, but the photo challenge for this week is to depict something in transition or change, not sure how is that relate to delta. I was walking around downtown Chicago yesterday and snapped this photo; I am not trying to be political but it fits this challenge. Don’t you think so?
Rock formation of the earth in Hong Kong, worth visiting this geological site. Love the natural colors and pattern.
My wanderlust is leading me to one of my favorite place in Asia, Penang Malaysia. I am looking forward to go back and wandering around town where I can emerge in rich culture and creativity.
Hong Kong’s typhoon season usually is in the summer, but this year came early in May. What could happened during Typhoon? Windows flying out from buildings and trees uprooting from the ground; this photo was taken very close to where I live. Danger can be seen from its aftereffect.
The moon bridge in San Francisco’s Japanese garden reflecting what’s happening on top of the bridge. I sat on the bridge reflecting on the meaning of life after the tourist left.
I’ve chosen this photo taken in a side street in Macau for heritage. This store is open for business selling used books, magazines, black vinyl records, and old movies in VCD format. I don’t see anyone minding the store, maybe it was an inheritance from the parents?
I had to look up the meaning of this challenge, evanescent is a fleeting moment in time. I was walking in a beach in Thailand, picking up seashells, and observing crawling things on the beach. I noticed hermit crabs evanescent into the sand, then little holes disappearing like nothing had happened!