Sunday, June 27, 2010
Friday, June 18, 2010
"i like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past."
for many months now im trying to get many sunset photos as much as i can but sad to say we are blessed with so much rain from above and it only ended last wednesday....thank God....atleast i could breathe better now than those rainy days sigh*.why am i so sad when it is raining so hard?well,i don't have any idea too...it is just happening to me that everytime the rain is pouring non-stop my emotions change,as if im going to be sick....maybe because im away from my family or maybe homesickness is visiting me or it could be those past that i wanted to be erase in my mind and in my heart,those past where only those rain can tell all the pain and sufferings that i have been through...i may sound so emotional but yes...i do have a lot of pains that i win back in my past life and it is the rain that keeps me reminding....i wish to be strong and face the new challenges of life-to forget it all and dream for a new beautiful beginning ....i was hoping to fight with this sadness about rain,and let it be my guide to travel for my future....life is beautiful and i must thank God for the rain because some part of the world doesn't have any rain at all,i will fight for this feeling and i believed i can as i do believed that dreaming big is for free.....
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
just a quick post to update tomorrow is our DRAGON BOAT FESTIVAL here in taiwan and everyone will be very busy including me..wish everyone a good health and happy life....stay fit folks....am linking this post to ruby tuesday,wordless wednesday and http://www.weekdayphotos.com/ thanks for dropping by i'll be visiting your blogs tonight.....mhwuaaaaaa....
Friday, June 11, 2010
Yongan’s Singang Harbor also known as Yongsin Harbor provides a place for boats and ferries to park sometimes there are big ships coming back and forth too loading and unloading oil from the nearby oil rifinery..this harbor provides full leisure and fun that is why every summer i make it a point to visit this harbor,the beach here is quite near and a bit clean not much of people are coming to swim... most of the time there are just few who enjoy fishing or just plain sight seeing to enjoy the sunset view...last month was my first for this year to get wet and i hope it won't be the last because for 2 weeks now rain is always on and off and that is not a real fun for me not only because i can't go swimming anymore but it's the fact that i can't go out to catch and take a snaps of places i want to share with you all so i hope rain won't be everyday(me feeling so sad!)this picture is a small fishing boat monument that serves as landmark that you can see in the main entrance of the harbor. there you go folks hope you enjoy this one....XIE,XIE for dropping by......
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Sunday, June 6, 2010
taken last month at kangshan,kaohsiung when i had a chance to take days off...i usually enjoy bridges in taiwan even before i was in taipei...some bridges are really so cool especially on the night and this one is no exemption to them though it is just so simple on daytime but there is so much beauty on the night that is why a lot of couples/lovers are here on the night enjoying the view of the bridge and the cool weather as well.... if only this place is near to my home i would love to stay here for an hour but sad to say it is less than 2hrs away from my home....and i don't want to be in a hurry going home especially using motorcycle is not good at night..there are so many cars making its ways into the highway for them to get home early......i took different times so you can compare how it looks like on the night and on daytime.
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Thursday, June 3, 2010
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
Cheng ching Lake, formerly named Dabei Lake, is located in Niaosong Township in Kaohsiung County where i lived. It is the largest lake in Kaohsiung and one of the most popular tourist attractions in southern Taiwan. It was originally developed from wetlands into a reservoir to meet the need for water for industrial use. Later the lake focused on its landscaping and opened to the public as a tourist destination in 1960.According to my boss when Chiang kai shek was still alive he used to lived at cheng ching lake and no one is allowed to enter the place.There are many attractions within the lake. Two main attractions are the nine-cornered bridge and Jhongsing (Restoration) pagoda (i will try to get a decent photo of it next time)...... here are some of the views of the man-made lake...
the artificial bird made from kitchen utensils
click to view the artificial birds that i thought before was a real birds
a lake that supports the water need for industrial use
residential buildings on the other side of the lake