Friday, October 31, 2008

six unimportant things that make me happy

my new blogger friend Una Bella Vita, whose blog has been a recent discovery of a treasure cove of wonderful pictures, tagged me.

the rules are, mention the person who nominated you, list 6 unimportant things that make you happy. tag 5 blogs. state the rules. notifty them with a teeny comment on their blog that they have been nominated. :D

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there's a street near my grandfather's house which at the start of the "-ber" months get lined with christmas lanterns called parol. motorists usually end up causing traffic because the lights, the designs mesmerize you as you pass.

the parol is to symbolize the star which guided the wise men to jesus. it is the tradition in Philippine culture to hang one in front of your house every christmas.

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it's like the natural order of things. we cut down trees and uproot plants in order to construct buildings. then as years pass, nature takes over once again and covers it with ivy.

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i shall tag... M
Pretty In Black
Cza
Jasmina
Vain and Vapid

10 comments:

Susanna-Cole said...

This is a beautiful post, I love the pictures! :)

xoxo,
S-C

coco said...

Great pictures.

Vain and Vapid said...

Thanks so much for tagging me! I'll do it asap...

Love that picture of the building with the ivy, I am sure it is in Berlin.

Jasmina said...

Thanks for tagging me <3 love the pics <3 very inspiring :>

STEFANIE said...

wow beautiful post! love the pics very very much!

onomatopoeia said...

I love your picks! especially nr 3 & 5 ♥

poeta fit, non nascitur said...

S-C: Thank you. That means a lot when it comes from you.

Coco: yes. there are so many talented people out there.

Vain and vapid: If you say it's in Berlin, then it must be so. I found it in flickr through the amazing photos of jon|k.

Jasmina: thank you jasmina. :D

Stefanie: thank you for visiting my blog stefanie. i'm flattered that you dropped by.

onomatopeia: aww thank you!

ryan manning said...

victory in japan

Betsey said...

oh this is a beautiful post! i love all these photos so so much!
great job with it!

Theresa said...

the polaroid pictures are so beautiful