Sunday, January 30, 2011
Friday, January 28, 2011
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
There were then some very busy weekends before start of Chinese New Year: touching up rusty parts of doors and window frames, cleaning up whole house, and putting up lanterns and other decorations.
Spider webs were cleared and spiders had been seen running away from me, but they were definitely psychologically imbalance if knowing I am showing pictures of cobwebs at Cerok Tokun.
These may not be quality photos, yet they show the beauty of light and shadows, and even a blurred image of rainbow.
Sunday, January 23, 2011
The dragons continued to fight when they were rotten. This was an issue of perspective and they thought they could fight forever, from deep under the sea, mounting the clouds in the sky, to coming down to earth. They thought they were good and born fighters.
The dragons were now locked in a face-off, and this might carry on as time goes by. That was why a passer-by like me could hike without worry.
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Some people are inspired on what the winning combination of numbers is by the number of times a Gecko calls. I was very lucky that this Gecko was totally silent. Yet it seemed to look at me from every angle, just because I was thinking so.
I hope Nature will send me a green beautiful Chameleon next time, but without giving me in shock, please.
Sunday, January 16, 2011
Friday, January 14, 2011
At 6:50am, we looked too vague to each other.
At an elevation of 473m, I had been huffing and puffing for 2500m, Cerok Tokun had then awakened. We thus started off with some trivial things about daily life, and gossiped about girls who used to overtake me. I am not going to bore you with the details.
I played back“The Butterfly Lovers' Violin Concerto” that I used to listen while winding through the jungle trail. “We will rock you” is nice but we were not ready for that.
And sunrise was beautiful with a portion of her shoulder being shown.
Life was even greater if I did bring along a thermos flask of green tea.
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
I was attracted to a brook which led to the waterfall I had found recently; I thought I could discover something interesting.
But then I found nothing that worth mentioning. Yes, I thought I had found nothing.
A spider thought the same. It thought it had built an invisible web. A web that was able to trap everything that ever came in, though miscalculated that I could be one of them.
But it should not be a disaster to me. And to you, to be trapped over here. No cry for help.
Sunday, January 9, 2011
Thursday, January 6, 2011
There are still many things to be learned from the Nature.
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Saturday, January 1, 2011
Just like many others, I have never stepped into this gazebo before. It was off the trekking trail and looked shaky. That must be why a Plantain Squirrel looked uneasy and suspicious the moment I went inside, this morning. But then I knew it sure had another reason: there was a small waterfall being hidden from the outer world.
I was still restricted by my thought.
Alright then, I rested my camera on the backpack, and kicked off an uninterrupted photo session again.
Let's tell the squirrel that its world looks very different and much beautiful in the eye of a camera, but can it understand?