Friday, February 11, 2011

Say Nonsense

"I like nonsense -- it wakes up the brain cells.”

I did not think the monkey thought alike. It was sure frightened by a nonsense who emerged from nowhere, and at the same time had strange equipment aiming at him. Though we were very far apart, it was still so cautious and decided to move away immediately.

I did not think this treehopper thought alike too. It seemed to me it was paralyzed by the continuous flashing. Its eye balls kept turning round and round. It should think what the hell this nonsense had done on him after recovering from the mind disruption.

How can I tell them that “it's a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope... and that enables you to laugh at all of life's realities"?

23 comments:

p3chandan said...

I think you should be careful of the monkeys in your morning walk there, they might attack you for no reason at all..

One said...

I was waiting to hear the progress of the baby bird that just hatched recently. Have they grown feathers yet?

Btw, Nonsense!
"Say Nonsense."

Ginnymo said...

Awesome view!! And that little tree hugger is neat!! You sure do have some pretty country over there!!

Bengbeng said...

beware of monkeys in a group

George said...

I like it when you go to extremes -- a telephoto view and a macro. Very well done -- and that's not nonsense!

Ann said...

The monkey must have seen you from far away, Hey! everyone, the camera man is coming, run before he makes us all celebrites and make us wear a red coat and make us beg for money."

I remember seeing moneeys in Penang.

But the best is when monkeys came inside my apartment in NTU in Singapore. That was real scary.

Your Mum doesn't want to you be a tanned money doing windsurfing, she wanted you a very fair office manager and sitting in the office. Instead, you become a tanned camera man. LOL

My mum did not want me to be MA LA MUI collecting rubbish. Every year, after my Waitangi Day's volunteering, I become an Iban Mui/Maori Mui. My aunties better not see me or they scold me.

Ann said...

I must try to find my old photos of the monkeys in NTU. You ever been to NTU is Singapore?

Of course, I didn't take the photo when the monkey came inside my lounge. I was shocked.

wiseacre said...

great view
I'll have to do some climbing this year and get you some views of area here.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

I love the tree hugger, Rainfield. Great shots as always and I think we all need to be a little nonsensical like the monkeys :D

Self Sagacity said...

I agree, nonsense sometimes is just what we need to get going. Nature and nonsense are the most intriguing.

Lrong said...

Interesting to know of your thoughts when you photographed...

RNSANE said...

I'm sure there is a chorus in the jungle when you head out. Every critter and animal must know far before you arrive on the scene, camera in hand, to photograph whatever comes across your path!!

Frieda said...

The two pictures are once again great pictures.
I think we all need some nonsense in our lives :)

Dejemonos sorprender said...

Hi, interesting pictures..
Greetings..

Mei Teng said...

I can see the treehopper's tiny beady eyes.

Diane AZ said...

Seeing through your eyes, whether close-up or far away, is awesome!

Ruthi said...

I like that.... non-sense wakes up the brain cells. you are indeed full of wisdom beyond this planet. lol.

Sharkbytes said...

I am confused, but I think the leaf hopper looks like a fish swimming through the air

Grass said...

Haha, the story alway has an abstract feel and a little confusing...

Icy BC said...

The first photo is fantastic with the monkey stood in the tree. Nonsense? I'm used to it..

Kirigalpoththa said...

Look where the monkey is.. Wow!!!

Amin said...

Hello!
Wonderful photos!
Well done!

Ayie said...

you are like my husband, he likes nonsense too...

you macro looks great!