In response to cee’s fun foto: basically two colors.
In response to nancy merril’s Photo a Week Challenge: Christmas Memories.
In response nancy merrill’s prompt: christmas memories.
In response to travel with intent’s prompt: monument(al)
This is a monument of Rama I, the founder on this city I am from- Bangkok. It’s situated at the foot of a bridge that cross the Chao Phraya River. As a kid, every time we pass this monument, we know that we going to the beach!
Bye, bye Lido Multiplex. Opened for operations since 1968, this standalone cinema turned out the lights for the last time on 31 May 2018. The movie theater played a pivotal role during my teen-age years for I probably had my first movie dates there. For a certain generation, it was meeting spots for more than just a movie and popcorn. Many tutoring schools and educational establishments were in the area, so it became the hub for adolescent trends and fashions. If you want the latest in-things, you can find it at shops behind the theaters. Now the lights is off and the marque is left blank, . . .so bye, bye Lido, thanks for the memories.
Moon river, wider than a mile
I’m crossing you in style some day
Oh, dream maker, you heart breaker
Wherever you’re going, I’m going your way
Audrey Hepburn, Breakfast in Tiffany
I’d been photography the full moon for many months now. And also hand held. One day I’ll make a series of my ‘full moon’ photos.
Actually the song reminds of my mother. She’d always humming it. But it also reminds me of the full moon. And Audrey Hepburn – she was one of my favorite actress, even as a child.