In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Intricate.”
Trees with intricate root system.
According to Japanese tradition, the bonsai represents the three virtues or shin-zen-bi, which translates into truth, goodness and beauty.
Bonsai trees symbolize harmony, honor, patience and happiness. They are the perfect addition to a relaxing environment.
Many people associate bonsai trees with inner peace, serenity and contentment, and while its true that most of the people who successfully rear bonsais have these qualities they are earned over time.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Motion.”
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When the land scam was exposed, all associated scammers panicked. They were thinking of new schemes to save themselves. A huge fire broke out in the building where the files of their misdeeds were kept. The fire burned all the files but surprisingly bigwigs and their staff escaped. It was too big a coincidence, unbelievable, but the investigating committee ruled out the sabotage angle. When the price is right everything can be settled. The disheartening part was their indifference for the few innocent people, who were trapped inside and died, ‘In an overpopulated country a few less make no difference.’
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Early Bird.”
I was lucky enough to get up at 3.30 AM to catch the milk van.
Early birds always get a good sunrise shot.