Resting 2

I put this title with ‘2’ because I referred to my earlier post last week.

And yes, this was photographed same morning and the both were ‘resting’ on the ‘shed’ together.

Monochrome Madness hosted by Leanne Cole .

Monochrome Madness is the community space she opens for other photographers and audiences who love monochrome / black and white photos. Here gives me a great opportunity and challenges about monochrome images. As it is open community, everyone can participate.

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Chasing reflection on the morning stroll in the Park

I took a morning stroll in the nearest park from my mother’s house.  It was pleasant warm morning that a mild cool and dry breeze stroked my cheeks gently yet you could feel early summer that was being right next to you.

The park has a pond in the center of the premises. It’s being busy with boats and swan boats ‘cruise’ around by visitors during day time.

The one I saw in the morning was incredible, the surface on the pond was sleek smooth as if a mirror installed on the pond. 🙂  Sometimes the mild breeze stroke raised small ripples on the surface of the water.  Evert ripples produced different touch on the water and objects of which were reflected on were seen with various effect.

It was the morning making me proud of myself for catching up this beautiful world of fresh green, on the last day with the perfect weather.

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Boats off duty

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Parked swan boats that will be busy later.

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Relaxation

What do you like doing for relaxation?

It was the question for myself when it came up as a monthly theme of Monochrome Madness by Leanne Cole.

Here is my submission.

I have some favourite kinds of relaxation and touching nature or somewhat is absolutely one of them. Putting myself at under trees (and fresh greens if it’s the season) relaxes me as well as that I watch the ocean and listen to the sound of waves at a beach, or watching the moon and stars at night.

Monochrome Madness is the community she hosts for other photographers and audiences who love monochrome / black and white photos.  Here gives me a great opportunity and challenges about monochrome images.  As it is open community, everyone can participate.

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My first New Zealand 8: Lake Matheson

On the last day at Glacier, we went to Lake Matheson in the morning.  It was fresh and beautiful day.

Lake Matheson seems be famous for a clear water which makes a perfect reflection of the mountain view.  All nature at the lake was in total calmness, and the area had exuberant water which created lots of little flows.

Here are the photographs I took while walking the trekking path along the lake.  It was really a nice walk and I was lucky to see these beautiful views before leaving Fox Glacier.

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Share house

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New lives new babies 

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I found it interesting as it made me imagine a shape of a head of something…

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These tiny lives lives ..lives!  💛
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Mt Cook and Mt Tasman were mirrored on the lake.

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I know I posted just mountains, which looked just repeating and reposting, but I assume you figured out that how I was fascinated by the view of Aoraki / Mt Cook and Mt Tasman.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Ascend

This is my submission to this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Ascend.

When I stepped into the centre of this tree bunch to look up above, it realised me how little me attempting to find out how big they are, its non-sense right.

They live way longer than me and that’s enough to be respected that they have been at the shrine over four hundred years ago (or earlier or later of the period).

This was photographed at Fujiyoshida Sengen Jinja Shrine, Yamanashi, Japan.  It’s  located at base of Mt. Fuji.

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Community

It was when I went to Leura Cascade in Blue Mountain National Park with a friend in one winter morning.

It was around 7 am when I got the point, and there are only a couple of people I saw in the area.

It was cold, drizzling, and sight was lost because of thick fog covered the mountains, however, it brought such a mystic ambient overall, yes, it was really quiet and beautiful.

We were photographing waterfalls, but I also fascinated these community of vegetation.

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This was also posted on Leanne Cole’s ‘Monochrome Madness’ for this week.

I love her blog and ‘Monochrome Madness’, which is a part of her blog but make it open to readers photographers on Thursdays to post their monochrome images on there.

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