Of course, the person in this boat on Ha Long Bay is far from alone, which means I’m very much faking this weeks PhotoFriday challenge, “Solitude.” But he looks alone and the landscape is empty and beautiful so I think it fits the bill!
Please also vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “Black and White.” I’m entry number 48.
For this weeks PhotoFriday, “Slick,” I was going for the ‘superficially impressive’ meaning of the word. To be fair, I have no reason to believe that these guys are not deep and meaningful types… They were seen in Tokyo last year.
Please also vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “Animal.” I’m entry number 220.
This is about as “Near” — this weeks PhotoFriday theme — as I really want to get to a crocodile. Or alligator. Which ever this one is. It was in a farm, behind a fence, in Vietnam but still looked like a formidable creature.
Please also vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “Cars.” I’m number 193.
I’ve been busy and not had the time to enter the last few PhotoFriday’s, but here I am with an image for the theme “Gold” (always believe in your soul). I have quite a few pictures with bits of gold (you’ve got the power to know) in them, but here, in Kyoto, we have a whole pavilion that’s made of the shiny stuff.
Sorry for the Spandau Ballet puns (you’re indestructible).
This kind of feels wrong. Posting my PhotoFriday entry, this week for the theme “Sundown,” actually on a Friday is very much out of character for me. As an added bonus, I really like this image. It was taken in Kyoto, Japan last year.
Please also vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “Many” (quite by chance, it was also taken in Japan). I’m entry number 177.
This weeks PhotoFriday theme is “Many.” I saw these many pastries of some description in Tokyo.
Please also vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “My World.” I’m entry number 171.