Fleeting: A Weekly Photo Challenge


temple birdies
This was taken in one of the temples in Ayutthaya. I think this bird was about to munch on one of the fruit. These cool birds just kept popping on the scene.

Thailand as a traveler’s destination was an absolute dream. I don’t suppose a single post would be enough to elaborate on that. The four days that I spent in Thailand was so action packed and so frantic making me feel like every shot I took was the very definition of fleeting moments.

It has been more than a month since I went there. I thought my blog would have been flooded by post from my vacation at this time but it didn’t really know where to start. I didn’t realize how difficult it would be to write about it. The hours just flew so fast and almost everything around me was screaming for attention. It was just wonderfully overwhelming, I was able to do lots of things and visit lots of places for a four day trip; that somehow feels like an accomplishment but it also made me feel disappointed.

I think I have a whole gallery of fleeting shots from the trip which hope to post real soon πŸ™‚ As the image above would suggest, I am not exactly photo savvy. The focus is all wrong and the color was admittedly enhanced but I am really happy that I was lucky enough to catch this scene. Buddha has blessed me indeed. πŸ™‚

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MoreΒ Fleeting photos, the most interesting I’ve seen so far:

More fleeting birds, flying higher this time- the ever-budding bear

Amazing cave photo- Les Petit Pas de Juls

A cute kid in a Jollibee Party (you can’t go wrong with that!) –advocacine

Just wow! Love this. – Hamburg und Mee(h)r

Another bird picture, 1000x better than mine πŸ™‚ –Β Shots and Captures

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3 thoughts on “Fleeting: A Weekly Photo Challenge

  1. That looks like an Oriental Magpie Robin πŸ™‚ I have a few pictures of them on my page too.
    Thank for linking to my ‘Fleeting’ post πŸ™‚

  2. Thanks for the pingback! your photo is truly interesting, the focus and colors give it a little something that makes one wonder… and look closely to capture the moment. Hope you had a great time in Thailand! happy trails to you!

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