Hong Kong, a city over 7 million people living in concrete jungles.
Surrounded by water and smog, built with steel bars and glass panels.
There are people still trying to voice their feelings about this city,
no matter it’s fight or flight or fear…
Sometimes the world looks more beautiful when it is blur. Intentional or not, here is my entry for blur.
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.
This tea flower was taken with my I-phone 4, a little cropping on the top and bottom made this a newer format and it turned out it followed the rule of thirds!
I am posting this old “new” photo challenge during Chinese New Year. A budding lotus represents a new beginning, which also means the old has past.
You won’t see any shadows without light… and here comes the sun! This photo is taken at the famous Yellow Mountain in China with clouds of sea.
I have to get away from the concrete and glass high-rises, to an open space where I can hear the wind, smell the sea, touch the sand, see the sky, and feel the presence of God to be at the state of total serenity.