Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves of Hong Kong and Macau

A few urban curves from Hong Kong and Macau for this week’s photo challenge. Also see my first entry to the curves challenge, Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves on the Streets of Macau.


Curves of Hong Kong

Architectural curves of Macau

Lisbon Casino


Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves on the Streets of Macau

Here are Macau‘s curves for this week’s photo challenge.

In life, as in art, the beautiful moves in curves. – Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton

We did lunch in Macau and dinner in Hong Kong in April 2013.

Weekly Photo Challenge: a fleeting moment with snail poo

When I saw this week’s photo challenge was based on the theme “fleeting”, I knew I would finally be able to share my pooping snail pictures. Yes, I caught a snail in the act of doing numéro 2. Nothing more fleeting than that if you ask me. Maybe I should preface this photo tale by stating that having lived in Korea for over eight years, I have no shame in sharing a good ‘ol dung or 똥 story. If you’ve spent any time in Korea, you’ll know what I mean. For others, click here for a little background information.

National Geographic, eat your heart out.

See that little piece sticking out of its side? Yup, you guessed it. Only realized it after the following happened. *Note the contraction of its tentacles.
And there you have it folks.
Keep on truckin’ little snail.

Hammock love

There’s something soothing about sitting/laying/napping/meditating in a hammock — the stillness, the swinging in the breeze, and the sound of birds whizzing by. At once, it fills me with peace and wonder. I take any moment I can here. Today’s journey to my nature’s lounge was filled with even more wonder as I discovered this little home tucked away in a small rose-bush.