Photo challenge this week has sent me to trawl through my 20000+ photos to see if there’s anything that “isn’t exactly what it appears to be”. I found one:
That’s Souvik at Angkor – in the right spot to be puckering up to the Vishnu-carved temple face. At various monuments, you can see people being silly like this; I’ve seen them at the Leaning Tower of Pisa, at the Taj Mahal at Agra, even at the seaside, making perspective distorted photos. We were tempted by this spot at Angkor – the Bayon temple.
The angle of the photographer has to be just right, otherwise it’s just a person sitting on a ledge, like my friend here:
What timing for this theme! Just last week, my friend found a kitten abandoned in her garage, and adopted it. Then she had to go out of town for a while, so I happily took charge of the little fellow while she was away. He’s called Ginger, and in the space of 7 days, has grown from a tiny squeaky creature, to a confident, still-tiny little brat.
Milk from a bottle, potty in a litter box, oodles of cuteness, this boy has it all!
His family is back tomorrow, and only Mia will be happy to see him go. She’s had enough of sharing him with Rofa.
Abandoned no more, this blue-eyed beauty is bound to be a heartbreaker!
Some months ago, we were on a river cruise in Pelangkaraya, Kalimantan. It’s always fun to see the life of people along the river, and these kids kicked it up a notch:
Quiet river scene
Take my picture!
Getting ready to jump