Part of the fun of being an amateur photographer is that you'd be experiencing a perpetual state of being surprised.
You'll never know what your camera will bring when you leave your house with it.
Today, I found all kinds of altars.
From the altars, you'd get a pretty good idea of the kind of gods/goddesses in whom their worshipper place their faith and the from the offering placed before such altars, you get an idea of the intensity of their trust in their helpers from that mysterious world of magical wish fulfilment
Does that count as respect? I wonder what the god would think???
a face in the midst of a bouquet of flattened fish lungs
A catman on a door
an electrical lotus pod
About time for waving a fan on a hammock under a tree !
an old door in a house the owner of which seems unable to forget his boat
color of the Chinese New Year
Boomng at all cost
Tiny celebrations of life
A bin in a net
The light of life
An abstract painting by an imitator of Kandinsky?
lock and chain
Two long nose buddies
No way he could possibly have imagined that that's where he'll eventually end up
a nailed coconut tree !
I wish it were true that fortune could come as easily as buying a cheapy bit of colored paper from a local stationery and sticking it on one's door with some Scotch tape
Sculpted by time
I wonder what the relevant official would think were he to see the fate of his notice?
Thanks for the support!
an army of little jelly fish on land
There are canola not just in the Guandong or Yunnan !
a rusty rake
A struggle towards freedom
a rose in the dark
Finally some light.
worms on a wire
The final curtain