A figure of Minion.
They are yellow.
I love words.
I love reading quotes.
I love remembering some words from films and songs.
So these are my favourite quotes accompanied with my photos.
(Remarks: I’ve mentioned them before in this blog, but not with these photos.)
This entry is a respond to Sue’s A Word A Week Challenge – Favourite and Frizztext’s QQQ Challenge.
Under the bridge underneath the sky.
The mistake happened when I unintentionally snapped a photo while moving my camera.
The mistake happened when I couldn’t focus anything.
The mistake happened when I photographed through window and got the reflection of my dad on the sky out there.
The mistake happened when I shouldn’t have put something under/around/near the subject and the sights of them drew the attention to themselves.
More interpretation for Arch can be found here.
Remarks: This post has been automatically published as the schedule I’ve set before my hiking trip (19-22 Sep 2013). At the time this post is published, I should be at Phu Soi Dao National park and I should be very tired after long climbing up to where we could stay overnight in tents. I don’t think I could visit your blogs or respond to your comments during this trip since the internet is hardly available around that area. See you again when I get back.
For this week’s challenge from Sue, I’ve looked through my photos bucket and I found a photo folder of my trip in Cheang Rai, Thailand 9 years ago. This kind of ornate decoration could be normally found in my country (Thailand) especially when we visit temples or historical places. If we really look into details, we could also discover that this engraved art could have the touch of each region.
Different shades of Pink