Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside the Art of Kusama Yayoi

“Polka dots can’t stay alone. When we obliterate nature and our bodies with polka dots we become part of the unity of our environments.”
― Yayoi Kusama

I went inside the Daegu Art Museum tired and unsure. I came out obliterated. This is the art of Kusuma Yayoi.

Posted for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside.

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See us?

Here too. Reflections upon reflections.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea (married on Mavillette Beach, NS)

As I was browsing for photos for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea, I found these: my sister‘s best friend’s wedding.

Dear Natalie, this is for you…. and a song you might remember. Scroll to the end for this beauty. ;-)

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“Natalie, oh, she’s pretty!”

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I don’t know if Natalie remembers, but I used to sing this song anytime she came over. I still remember her giggles. Oh, the silliness.

Photos taken in the summer of 2010

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea – Gwangalli surfers & night lights

 

Say it with me,

Gwang-  ahhh  –  ly

I love the way it rolls off my tongue.

For my second post for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea I bring you Gwangalli Beach, Busan, South Korea.

Gwangali surfers

The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears or the sea. – Isak Dinesen (Karen von Blixen-Finecke)

 

Gwanagli

 

My first post: Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea (East or Japan?)

Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea (East or Japan?)

For this week’s challenge, a few shots on our way to and from Fukuoka, Japan via the waters of this sea that shall not be named.

Names are a hot topic here…

… except mine I think. ;-P

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Leaving Pusan

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leaving Pusan

Leaving Fukuoka

view from the ferry

Photos taken in August 2012