Last week, I participated for the first time in the Weekly photo challenge of The Daily Post at WordPress, with the happy challenge. I liked being part of a bigger challenge, shared with other bloggers. Also, it challenged me to look at my photos differently. It was like seeing my photos through new eyes. I like it! So this week I’m going to participate again.
BIG. It’s larger than life, it’s unexpected, it’s the protagonist in a scene. It’s big. It often helps to have some normal object as part of the scene so people can understand the scale, as I did in this picture of a GIANT mortadella in the grocery store. It must have been 10 feet long.
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Big is the word!
Looking through my Thailand photos from last year, I came across some nice examples of BIG. From bigger than big buddha’s in Ayuthaya to the Giant Guards in the Grand Palace in Bangkok. In Khao Yai National Park, I saw the enormous strangling fig trees and a big scorpion. It may not look so big compared to the buddha’s, but I can tell you, face to face with that scorpion, it looked huge!