Let’s twist again, like we did last summer

Twisted ladies' fingers (okra) When I see this week's photo challenge, I think of Chubby Checker and his famous "Let's twist again" which I randomly came across on YouTube last week. I also found a picture of an okra (ladies' fingers) plant I took in 2014 in a remote Cambodian village resort. Somehow the two … Continue reading Let’s twist again, like we did last summer

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unlikely charity, yet she smiles

Unlikely charity encountering reality. I have not seen such irony before. This poor woman in the outback of a third world developing country in her late twenties who was given unwanted teddy bears in lieu of food continues to maintain her smile and gratitude. She seems to have cognitive challenges and has not gone to … Continue reading unlikely charity, yet she smiles

he made a difference

A Face in the Crowd. Sometimes a face just stands out for no particular reason. It was quite a crowd in the restaurant and a rather busy day in the see-through kitchen where they made pizzas. I cannot remember whether the food was better than elsewhere but when I look at this picture now I can … Continue reading he made a difference

coming thus far all ways lead back to you

I know I should not be writing about my Beloved because it is like baring my soul to the world, the old poet said. So I find this poem by random browsing from a gift collection given by my own beloved younger relatives who know that I love poetry. CIRCULAR coming thus far all ways … Continue reading coming thus far all ways lead back to you

a varied view of ocean in our heart

My heart's Variations on a Theme, my ocean. Given an option I would choose the ocean if I were a gull with wings. There are two views of the same section of the Pacific ocean being superimposed in this picture. I took them at the end of 2015 on a clear sunny day in California. … Continue reading a varied view of ocean in our heart