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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Hidden Pavilion

I have not added much greenery to my post for a long time. It should not be right for me to keep pretending as though I am in the winter by showing some clever images. How can I keep pretending like a beloved politician.

This is the early part of my hiking trail at Cerok Tokun. My stamina and strength are tested at this very beginning before the muscles are thoroughly warmed up. I am usually too naughty to try running up the pathway within a single breath.

Every part of the staircase that is tarnished looks like originating from an ancient time inside a very old rainforest. The color will get darker and darker, but our pictures will be faded by time, and our memory will loss part by part. How can I blame my beloved politician who claimed he has forgotten most of the past events?

Upon reaching the end, I can see the roof of a pavilion which has never managed to convince me for a stop over, but not the broken hanging bridge. The ruin of this bridge which has once been visited by Indiana Jones was dismantled and will not be seen anymore when he emerge from the bushes with the lost Ark one day. Luckily Indy is not a politician, otherwise he must have lost in the jungle.

A glance into the pavilion may have concluded that though I have not spent anytime time over here, but if Indy is there one day, I shall not stand firm by my decision.

25 comments:

wenn said...

very green indeed..nice..

Cher said...

oh no! didn't make it again! will you give me a reward when i finally make it? lol!

Cher said...

it's a hidden treasure! 'love the greens. :)

Autumn Belle said...

Did Indiana Jones left behind any clue for some lost ancient artefacts or treasures?

Life Ramblings said...

i love the lush greenery and the natural surroundings.

George said...

I'm glad you showed us some of the lush green beauty you see in your hikes. The pavilion is interesting -- I hope you do meet Indiana Jones there one day.

Diane AZ said...

The stair steps look irresistible and so does all that greenery. Surely Indy is in there somewhere.

Pacey said...

Hahahha...you are funny in many ways rain, i like your writing. The pavilion looks like a place for adventure and see what's in there, just hope no bats for batman. :)

Glennis said...

A nice cool green hike in the forest.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

It does resemble and rainforest and the darkness of the photos hold such mystery, So, what awaits you after climbing the stairs? Or shall we keep that secret?

rainfield61 said...

wenn: It is very green. City folks must have miss this.

Cher: I saw you running and stumbling in order to make it again. Sure, there are pots of gold waiting for you.

Autumn Belle: I am still searching for those artifacts or treasures, but I would tell if I find one. It is a top secret.

Life Ramblings: You can visit Cerok Tokun if you are free. The entrance is free too.

George: Hopefully Indiada Jones would be too old to come back here.

Diane: Of course, Indiana Jones came once before. He fought with a dragon.

Pacey: There is no batman over here, but many hikers, and of course, Indiana Jones.

Glennis: A nice cool green hike in the forest, especially in the morning.

Poetic Shutterbug: What awaits me after the climb? HeHeHe... Secret? I'll tell when I am inspired.

Cheryl said...

So intriguing! The green is beautiful and the steps would probably do me in if I ran up them! I think I would just slowly climb them and then explore the hidden pavilion....

Kirigalpoththa said...

My favourite color - GREEN! :)

Ratty said...

Maybe if the politician begins hiking at this beautiful place he will begin to remember again. And then he can relax like we know how to do. Maybe he can even meet your friend Indy one day too.

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

Agree with you. Looks Ancient.

Mark H said...

This has some of the feel of the Blue Mountains where I try to walk regularly, just outside of Sydney. Great photos in darkish conditions.

Salitype said...

wow! that sound such a lovely trekked.very green, very fresh and very Indy...lol!i'm a big fan!!

the pavilion looks somehow forlorn! ahhh, maybe it's just me.

Pacey said...

Ha, you're the first commenter on my new post...have a nice day!

rainfield61 said...

Cheryl: It is me who are too crazy enough to run up them. Nobody would like to.

Kirigalpoththa: If you like green, then you may like the Incredible Hulk. Am I right?

Ratty: Indy may not like to talk to politicians. I think.

Willie: Agree with you too.

Mark: Have not heard about Blue Mountains, would like to read something on it.

Salitype: HaHaHa.. I like this, very Indy.

Pacey: I have my next post scheduled at 9:30pm tomorrow. Hopefully you will be the first to comment.

But how can I say it out..!!!!

SquirrelQueen said...

The steps are so inviting, I would want to follow to find the prize. It is so lush and green, not like here. Beautiful photos Rainfield, maybe you will meet Indy one day.

Judy

Icy BC said...

Very green, indeed, and mystery! I wouldn't dare compete with you on those steep steps. You go, I'll stay back and take pictures instead..

Ayie said...

You really just hike alone? The places you go to are great but that particular hidden treasure is a bit eerie for me =P

Sharkbytes said...

This is so mysterious and interesting. I would love to explore there.

AVCr8teur said...

So much mystery and darkness. Did you find any lost politicians in there?

Kirigalpoththa said...

oh yes I like the film and the green monster:)