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Sunday, May 24, 2015

Mushrooms are too friendly

No creeping or sliding, it was an easy-going morning with today mushroom. But found out later that I was like a Korean plastic surgeon. 


This mushroom has been transformed in such a way, I believe, its own mother would not recognise it, though only in pictures in the shape of a silhouette. 

And luckily too its mother never follows our Internet.


Mushrooms are sometimes too friendly, they come to form in my wide angle lens. 

They call themselves fungus. Those are not good.

Friday, May 15, 2015

Ka-chick, Ka-chick

Let’s go.

And all mushrooms follow me hiking uphill. I am not the Pied Piper, the mushroom-catcher, and never a pipe looks rectangular in shape with a wide fat nostril in front.

I climb up a slope aiming to get near these mushrooms.  This is an interesting game. I always slide down before being manage to have an ant’s eye view, and the game cannot be played many times or the fun will be exposed to the passers-by.


I do not play music except some boring Ka-chick sounds of my camera. I am not a mushroom-catcher. 

Ka-chick, Ka-chick, ka-chick, ka-chick…

Sunday, May 10, 2015

A Transparent Life


The thought about "living a transparent life" comes into my mind when I am photographing some flesh-coloured mushrooms. There are no veils on them and thus no secrets that ever exist. What we see is how they live; they are influential.

Mushrooms are like happiness, a new one pops up when the other varnished. Some last long while many short-lived. We have abundance of them occasionally and it can be so rare sometimes. Nevertheless, they will always show up. It is just a matter of time.

Rain is coming back. Mushrooms mushroom. Simple transparent lives in joyful days prevail.

Saturday, April 18, 2015

A Monkey's View

It is magnificent to view the Earth from a far distant star.


"It is magnificent to explore a leaf up-close; giving it a shine of morning sun, the leaf just displays what is the glory of beauty." The jungle screams what a monkey screams.


Mushrooms show off in the sound of silence, monkeys the opposite way. My camera has all these been translated. 



This mighty camera will be able to understand the gigantic black hole one day. And the hole will shine.

Friday, April 10, 2015

Happiness Acquisition Syndrome

Looking at the old photographs, I know I have many happy days which are not less than the number of mushrooms in my many posts.

These mushrooms are beautiful and that reflects my emotion so right. A camera is always too heavy to get lifted in the hand of a sorry man.

And there are no signs of any struggles before, during and after I have clicked repeatedly nowadays. 

I wonder this is a sign of Happiness Acquisition Syndrome.