Monday, August 31, 2009

Our Sky

I have my story today because the Earth keeps rotating. To continue further, the Moon I am seeing now I shall pass over to Ratty in tomorrow morning when Sun starts to rise. Nobody has the right to keep either one.

The sky that had
Icy BC amazing at the wonderful things she saw in life, she captured and shared with us. This same sky was where Harumi drew her coral reef, alligator, archer and hound. I was then somehow inspired by similar sky that charm behind those fern leaves this morning.

Again, nobody is able to draw the boundary on the sky. She belongs to every one of us. Although Ana saw the light that late in the sky, even when rainclouds were passing, she could only keep the sky virtually. The cactus with the sky shot is gorgeous, but Betchai has to wait for the next day if she love to have some fascinating pictures again.

I am not much better. The sky was so beautiful this morning at Cerok Tokun. I even lay on the ground and spent some relaxing moments with her. Of course, I had to leave her for home later.

Looking at the fern leaves, I am amazed by the pleasing symmetry. Those that appear on one side, I can see the exact on the other side.

Everything is so beautiful. Everything is for you and me, as long as the Earth keeps rotating.

31 comments:

Kirigalpoththa said...

Beautiful pictures! very artistic!!

Bengbeng said...

Happy Merdeka :)

betchai said...

wow! they are very beautiful and inspiring sky pictures. they are just gorgeous, lying on the ground to get these marvelous pictures paid off.

your post is very creative too :) thanks for the special mention, and yes, we can always look forward to the next day for another set of beautiful pictures :)

Mei Teng said...

The ferns are so pretty against the blue sky.

Mike said...

Great photographs, love the ferns silhouetted against the sky.

WiseAcre said...

I like the different perspective in the photos. Looking up made the fern's form all so much clearer.

Just went I thought it was safe to let go you reminded me the Earth rotates at high speeds.

rainfield61 said...

Kirigalpoththa: It is actually very fun doing all these kind of experiment. Enjoyment matters.

Bengbeng: Holiday is going to end in a few hours time....

betchai: Thanks for your motivation. I just can't simply lie on the ground, timing must be right. Or, I'll be a well-known alien at Cerok Tokun. Haha...

Mei Teng: It was that good discovery that drove me to take tonnes of photographs. I am very much satisfied.

Mike: I found out that ferns exhibit various interesting and pretty pose. I have more photographs to be shared.

WiseAcre: I felt a sudden bang on my door, and here you landed on my place. The Earth must have rotated too fast.

Cher said...

whoa! great fern/sky shots, rainfield! 'love them all!

George said...

Beautiful pictures of the sky and wonderful words about it.

Mother Goose said...

Your post was so beautiful.......... I have such feelings of contentment right now. Thank you.

Ratty said...

Thanks for passing the moon over my way. It was a very excellent one this time. The daylight sky that followed was even better. It has been a great day to study the plants and animals. I can see by your great pictures and words that it has been every bit as good where you are.

Ayie said...

this is the first time I ever saw fern formation like that...btw, nice story =)

Poetic Shutterbug said...

rainfield, yes, the sky belongs to us all and those fern leaves are perfectly symmetrical. These are very unique and interesting photos. Thanks for sharing them.

Cate said...

Super nice pics here! You have captured the beginning of new life from a great angel. Like your story as well and you entry into the story. As always Rainfield your posts are enchanting.

rainfield61 said...

Cher: So nice to see you are back, these picture are here to welcome you.

George: Haha... wonderful words are for all my wonderful friends!!

Mother Goose: Hope these pictures can have the healing effect. lol.

Ratty: To go hiking and seeing the nature make me a positive man.

Ayie: Then I should feel so great to capture your first time, on this, with the ferns. They are lovely and inspired.

Poetic Shutterbug: The ferns are symmetrical. They always say: one for you, and one for me. lol.

Cate: Thanks for the comment from Panama. You must have a terrific journey over there.

The Fern and Mossery said...

WOW! those are great ferns! I wonder what kind?

Ginnymo said...

Love this post. I like how you got the ferns from below like that. I love looking at the sky at times.

Tabib said...

Oh, lovely clear blue sky.
The sky the limit!

AVCr8teur said...

Creative way to photograph fern leaves. By the way, I visited Penang back in 2002 and remember visiting the Botanic Garden. Very beautiful. Thank you for visiting and commenting on my blog. :)

fufu said...

"Everything is for you and me, as long as the Earth keeps rotating." love it

well i this reminds me i was taking quite a number of pictures of fern leaves when i was in new zealand.... :)

Megaa said...

Ferns...Ferns..can never get enough of it. Beauty! How are you Rain? It's been a long time :)

Harumi said...

That's a very unique and inspiring post Rain. and your pics are really nice too. Sky displays its own wonders I suppose, no matter which country you capture it from.

Haven't seen those ferns over here. Still.. like you say they're perfectly symmetrical.. which might mean nature is good at math and is also fond of geometry. =D

rainfield61 said...

The Fern and Mossery: It is great to reflect my ferns can relate to your blog. But sad to say I do not know its name.

Ginnymo: My world is totally different once I look from the reverse side.

Tabib: Yes, the sky is the limit.

AVCr8teur: Botanical Garden is well preserved. We can find many plants here, some of them are very old tree.

fufu: I first knew fern from the milk powder, Fernleaf. It maybe imported from NZ.

Megaa: It is so good/happy to see you back. I thought I have lost a follower/friend.

Harumi: Your give me a good interpretation. Nature is good at math, geometry, and art as well

Heather Dugan ("Footsteps") said...

It's comforting to remember the same sun warms us all.
 

VanillaSeven said...

Beautiful pattern of fern, Rainfield. Perfectly taken with the blue skies :)

Bangchik and Kakdah said...

Beautiful ferns. I love the little curls at the tip. Its good for you to lay on the ground and be with her, Rainnie.... the sky.

cherie said...

thay are fabulous-looking ferns, rainfield!

naomijane said...

wow....very very artistic pics...just loved them...

rainfield61 said...

Heather Dugan: Your comment is actually an intelligence tought.

VanillaSeven: I like the contrast of green with the bright blue.

Bangchik and Kakdah: I have te macro on the little curl at the tip as well. Will show you when I am ready.

cherie: They are fabulous, of course, otherwise this old man would waste his time with them. lol.

naomijane: Thanks for your drop by.

Ana said...

These pictures of the fern took my breath away, simply because it feels like I am looking straight up at them and feel the sky shining down and the reflection of the twinkle of the sun in my eye. That is such a beautiful story you have shared with us. I like the way you go through different people's experiences with the sky. That adds on a level of personalisation and genuinity in your post. Thanks for the mention. I appreciate it. Again your captures are divine.

Salitype said...

The ferns and the blue sky ! Perfect shot !

Chay