Open the eyes, open the mind, open the heart, the ever-changing universe reminds us to put our present problems in life into perspective. Life may be difficult, but nothing we experience lasts forever. No matter how magnificent or important something is or seems to be, nothing treasure lasts forever. So do not grieve…
Just notice around how the trees do not cling to their leaves, look during fall, it is about releasing the old to make way for the new.
Don’t grieve, anything you lose comes round in another form – Rumi
In response to Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge with the theme of Transformation
It was memorable moments when I walked alone in the Secret Garden, behind one of the famous South Korean palaces in Seoul, the Changdeokgung. It was early November and the leaves on trees in the garden were in transition, from green to yellow or red then brown, then they fell to the ground.
Being a person who lives in a tropical country with only summer and rainy season, for me autumn season is a remarkable time. Knowing about autumn is one thing, but walking in a real garden with the trees in a color transition in Autumn was another amazing unforgettable moments.
“As the Leaves change, so do we…
The lucid colors of the trees reminded me of the eternity of change. As the leaves change, so do we. With the changing seasons comes new beginnings. We all change colors and lose our leaves, but after that we bloom again…
We’re all asked to show a change in progress in one or more photos for this week’s photo challenge. And for this time, I select 4 photos during my trip last year in Raniban, a hilly area in Pokhara, Nepal. Hope these photos fulfilled the challenge.
Well, Pokhara is beautiful, less crowded than Kathmandu. If you’re a nature lover or a sport junkies or just-do-nothing lover, Pokhara is a must destination.
And I was happy staying in Raniban because I could see Phewa Lake and the city of Pokhara down below at early morning, at noon, at late afternoon and at night. And it’s heaven on earth that I could see Mt. Macchapuchare or known as Fishtail, a beautiful peak in Himalayan Range.
Do you see the World Peace Stupa on the right of the photos? Well it is walking distance from the hotel, of course you have to go several downs and ups 🙂 It’s healthy, anyway…
Do you have been to Pokhara?
In response to The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge with the theme : Change