This hand-carved pendant of intertwined figures catapulted my love for travel. It was my first treasured travel memento from Baguio City, Philippines in 2006 peddled by a group of fine arts students along a sidewalk in Session Road. The cord suspending it might be long gone, but I’m carrying the pendant with me all the time as a reminder of how enriching it is to discover other cultures through travel.
Hmmm… Hope I’m not too late for this photo challenge (since I can’t commit to the other writing/photo challenges, I vow to at least complete the weekly photo challenges).
Here’s for the selfie challenge…
If you travel alone, then prepare to take some selfies. Taken at the Bridge of the River Kwai in Kanchanaburi, Thailand in July 2013.
The main object here is the silhouette of a person. However, as its position is inclined more to the left, it seems to be overshadowed by the blinding light of the sunrise. In effect, the sunrise also gives light to other silhouettes, that of the pump boats,rocks and ripples. Now I’m not sure which is my object. I guess you may take your pick. 😉
@Tingko Beach, Alcoy, Cebu, July 5, 2013