This will be my second to the last posting from Thailand. More about that next week. ;-)
Here are my shots this week:
1. Long Exposure
This is a 3-second exposure on the beach with my boys running. Not very long but long enough to make the waves on the shore look silky.
And then, last night my boys and I had fun with a tiny flashlight with a 20-second exposure in a pitch-dark room.
This is one of the girls in our Student Center. For the first time in their lives the students got to play with sidewalk chalk that my co-worker found at a mall during our vacation this week.
This picture is a combination of 3 shots. Middle and bottom raindrops are from two shots after the first one was taken.
This shot was taken back in March when we went to a watermelon patch during harvest time. Just imagine how heavy those baskets are. On average, two watermelons are about 24-25 lbs! Labor costs US$5-7 a day! Not an hour... a day!
5. Childhood Memory
A shot of my boys at the beach on the day we left. They found a dead fish and they dared each other to see who was brave enough to touch it. Hahaha! Boys! Yearly family vacation to this beach is a childhood memory of theirs when they grow up.
And here's my Scripture and Snapshot photo this week. This verse reminds us that our life is fleeting but the Lord abides forever.
Below is a picture of my boys and me at the beach. It was a very beautiful day with beautiful blue sky, it was hard to say goodbye to the beach. Until next year! Have a great week, friends!