A beautiful Mallard duck enjoying his water time.
The Okanagan Sunflowers were in bloom everywhere on my hike yesterday, just 2 blocks from my house, and up a mountain.
Just off the path on my hike today, I found this rusting car sitting among the trees and spring flowers. How did it get here? What is it’s story? I’ll probably never know, but it was fun to photograph.
53 days without posting … not proud of that.
I have a few excuses, but they really don’t explain the absence. Yes, during that time I was dealing with a family medical issue, and I was starting my new business, which meant some days were long, stressful, and didn’t allow any time for photography or even sitting down at a computer to go through the process of posting my image library.
And then a few days turned into 53 days. It’s amazing how, when a habit is interrupted, it’s hard to get back on the ride. The popular adage is that a habit becomes a habit after 21 days, or 30 days, or …, well, I had been posting for 53 days, so almost double the time, and yet the habit didn’t stay. And now I’m back. I will continue from today and my plan is to again post daily. Wish me luck!
I want to tell you a little here about the good things I was working on in those 53 days. As an avid world traveler, I have always loved planning trips and itineraries for myself and friends, and now I’m in business doing just that.
Check out my business website at http://www.vista-travels.com. Enter the contest … you have a chance to win a trip for 2 to Jamaica. And watch for upcoming announcements of some photography travel itineraries to some of the wonderous places I’ve already visited, and new and exciting destinations.
A visit to the Tha Kya Thita Nunnery, on Sagain Hill (Myanmar), where the young nuns were hard at work preparing food for their noon meal.
This young boy, a novice monk in Myanmar, is enjoying some play time at the Umin Thoneze Tunnel Cave Temple.