Plans Constantly Change
I woke up bright and early this morning. I was ready and eager to get my day started by sorting through the more than 150 photos I took at the Changhua Flower Festival yesterday.
However, sometimes things never go as planned.
I turned on my computer and it started acting all funny. Files were difficult to open and pages were freezing. My computer was operating slower than usual.
Needless to say, I panicked! I hadn’t backed up my book files on a flash drive in days, so I spent my morning worrying and saving my files.
However, it is all good. I just needed to update windows, an update that I kept avoiding for days by clicking the ‘later’ option because I was in my ‘writing zone’ and the words were just flowing at the time I received the notifications.
So, here I am – 11:00 in the morning! I haven’t even looked at yesterday’s pictures and I have plans for this afternoon so it looks like the Changhua Flower Festival will just have to wait for another day!
[Photographing 2015] – The Sixth Week
However, I have my pictures for the sixth week of [Photographing 2015] all ready to go!
One thing I have noted since I started this 365 day journey is that I love taking close-up photos and this week is no exception. Maybe it is because I love seeing the integrate details of objects or it could be very well be that I am in awe with the macro function of my camera and its ability to capture the tiniest detail. But, whatever the reason, this week’s photo journey is just jam-packed with close-up photos, so I hope you enjoy!
Thursday, February 5th, 2015
A flower that may or may not be a variation of a sunflower!
Friday, February 6th, 2015
Dumplings, Pork, and Sweet Potato Leaves – because you need to refuel after a day of book writing! [My husband and I dining at a local stand that serves the best dumplings in town!]
Saturday, February 7th, 2015
Enjoying dessert at a restaurant with an international buffet! Because sometimes, as an expat, you just have to satisfy the cravings and enjoy all things familiar.
Sunday, February 8th, 2015
Aren’t these vegetable carvings just gorgeous?
Monday, February 9th, 2015
This pretty bloom from our backyard smells as pretty as it looks! I could smell it all day!
Tuesday, February 10th, 2015
These pictures were taken outside a newly built apartment building complex in Taichung. I just love the details of the gate!
Wednesday, February 11th, 2015
[Zhao Cai Jin Bao] – A piece Chinese New Year décor that I have had for years!
As always, thanks for dropping by and be sure to leave me a note to let me know which photo is your favorite in the comment box below. Have a great weekend, everyone!
If you would like to see more photos from my 365 day project, then check out my [Photographing 2015] page!