Officially An Instagramer

Monday, February 11, 2013

The blog needs a bit of personal touch that I've finally decided to resort to a posting that would perhaps convey messages through visuals.

It's apparent that I've ran out of words to add and that, when I do feel like adding words to this space, I self-sabotaged my poor self. The writer that is supposedly living in me is such in a state that warrants this move.

Perhaps images shall bring back a spark that will stimulate writing. Who knows. Anyways.

So here it is. My first blog post with instagram photos.

It starts with the shell of a lone crab..

Then, you'll notice there's a frog having a swim with the fish and some tadpoles.

And here's a snapshot taken while I was in a moving vehicle, of an ancient looking building that is presently used as a garden nursery. I just love old architectures. It's something in the aura of an old abandoned place that triggers a certain mood in me.

Considering that at some point in history, that building used to mean something to someone who is no longer in flesh form gives me back a perspective that life is utterly temporary.

Stalking a cat through the sliding glass is pretty easy when its asleep, but look here, I got caught snapping at the fluffy Siamese by the name of Tidus.

Chinese tea is calming and that is why I snapped this. The calm that came over me called for snap-random-objects time.

A stray street-smart cat with a Hitler's mustache on the prowl for food. This cat apparently enjoys satay. I initially thought the kitty was female judging from the slim-shaped face but when I saw what's hanging under its tail, I was safe to say proven wrong!

And last but not the least is the image of the grand sky at sunset. Words are not needed for this one.

So, there. I cheated a blog post with some silly random pictures. Do you enjoy this? I think I'm enjoying this.

Gong Xi Fa Cai if you celebrate CNY. And if you don't, still Gong Xi Fa Cai! If you don't know what that means, then I don't know you!

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shanaz@RS | 12:56 AM | Labels:

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