The theme for this week’s photo challenge is “Vivid.” Perhaps it’s your favorite flower in full bloom, a beautiful sunset or the color of your ice cream. Vivid is limited only by your imagination. – The Daily Post
Since I’ve been yet delaying another week of vacation pics, some vivid moments! 🙂 And well, my PC hasn’t had my pics transferred from my external drive yet so its the only selection I have. If I’m exhausting you from Alaska and Seattle, I’m really sorry…
Chihuly Garden and Glass
Chihuly Garden and Glass
Its pretty much Seattle from the Seattle Aquarium and the Chihuly Garden and Glass, both very much worth your time! 🙂
In-between moments can be just as memorable as grand finales. This week, share a photo you took on the way to something else. – The Daily Post
I haven’t been able to get together any posts for vacation just yet but here are some shots from Seattle & Alaska. Hope you enjoy it! 🙂
First leg of the flight to Toronto for layover to Seattle!
Above the clouds on the flight to Seattle!
The first night on cruise, at sea for the next day!
Sunrise on the second day, officially at sea on the way to Ketchikan!
Day 8: Heading into Glacier Bay National Park!
Leaving Glacier Bay National Park, heading towards Icy Point Strait!
Being on a cruise is always about being on the way to the location! There’s always time to meet new people but also time to admire everything around not only the cruise ship but also the breathtaking calm and peaceful view. While life on the cruise ship is slow, there is so much to take in. I’d be lying if I don’t miss that a little right now, even if I sometimes felt it was a little too slow. I don’t quite mind being on the way all the time because travelling and seeing new places is just awesome!!
For this challenge, capture something broken: an old window, a vintage sign, a toy never fixed, a contemplative friend. Or go deeper: find beauty in something broken. – The Daily Post
Wow! I’m finally back in these photo challenges. I just transitioned computers before I went on vacation so now, my PC is empty….literally. Other than some simple software, I really have nothing here. Everything is in my backup/external hard drive. But, good news is that I’m working on how to show off my trip to Seattle and the Alaska cruise. I traveled with some of my mom’s friends, which reminds me what being young at heart is because the energy they have is incredible. I spent a day and a half in Seattle and you don’t want to know how much places we went. Anyways, I’m trying to figure out whether to do individual posts or just highlight days…maybe a mix of both. Plus, a little cruising reflections and a special post that’ll make me happy to prepare for in memory of the cruise and the people I met there.
Either way, enough of this foreword on that. I just needed to get that update in case you were interested 😉 Here is pictures from one of Seattle’s places I went. This is from Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour. My mom and her friends, who are not so fluent in English, didn’t quite get it. But that’s because they didn’t get the Chinese version to listen to. Anyways, this tour is awesome and funny and in the sarcastic funny way that I like about the history of the underground city and how it came to be. Take my word for it, if you want to have a good laugh and entertainment and you’re in Seattle, go check this one out!!
Underground City Tour, Seattle, Washington
Underground Tour, Seattle, Washington
To be honest, I think this is the only post I’ll have for this sightseeing location for Seattle but the Underground City is a lot of things but there is one fact you will agree with me, its pretty worn out and broken 😉
Intricate: what does it mean to you? Show us your interpretation. – The Daily Post
Intricate is about detail, right? My engagement ring has a ton of that 😉 Its actually all in the detail. I’m not much of a huge diamond lady. I like this sort of simple and with little gemstones.
This week, share your photographs that have captured motion, and tell us the stories behind the images. – The Daily Post
Its not really clear but the motion of my cats tail swaying as she watched the birds and squirrels moving about in the front yard through the bay window 🙂
Its been a busy week, so this is all I got for this challenge!
For this week’s photo challenge, get up early and explore the morning light. – The Daily Post
Its been a while since I’ve done a Weekly Photo Challenge. I’ll be doing some late posts to catch up on this probably but lets take a look at this week. Its been mega busy at work so getting up early was not an option for me but I haven’t shared a lot of the sunrise pictures back in last year’s early December when I did a sunrise photo session with my friend. So here’s a few of them!
I think we’re going to be planning a spring/summer sunrise photo session soon 🙂 If not events will slowly liven up the city and I’ll try to head out to capture some moments!
Hey WPC, are you pulling out those fancy words on me? Its probably just I’m not well-versed with fancy vocabulary.
After searching up the definition, ephemeral means lasting for a very short time, in other words, a fleeting moment 😉 I’ve done 3 other fleeting moments up to today. I’ll link it up at the bottom in case you’re interested in checking out more.
Game time with my cat in the evening is always a quick thing. For one, to catch her still enough for me to grab my camera and snap a pic is almost impossible. Somehow, I managed it the other night with a lot of help from my elastic. Who says cats needs toys? She can play with a ball of paper or steal all my hair elastics. Trust me, I find more and more on the floor everyday. We have barriers now because I had to re-buy too many times.
How about a candle? Thats a pretty brief moment of calm beauty before it descends into darkness 😉
If you’d like to check out other entries in Weekly Photo Challenge, head over HERE!
If you want to check out some of my other fleeting moment entries, you can find them here, here and here.