Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in Details
The “Weekly Photo Challenge” is a great way to make your blog interesting. This is my first time that I participate and this week’s challenge “Lost in Details” appeals to me. “Details” play a role in everyone’s life whatever we do. It certainly does in my line of work. Here some images I took that I thought fit this week’s challenge.
Stone carving at Angkor Wat Temples, Cambodia. The temples of Angkor Wat cover a large area and you need more than one day to visit them. All carvings in these temples are done by hand and are very detailed. An amazing sight and fascinating to hear the history behind these works of art.
The roof of a temple in Seoul, South Korea. I love the detailed work and the meanings behind the different styles.
A small waterfall at Shirotori Garden in Japan. There is so much going on in this scene. The color of the leaves, the sunbeams setting the mood, the water polishing the rocks.
A bird’s eye that can see every detail.
The still water working as a mirror reflecting the detail of the scene above it.
When I uploaded this photo from my camera I noticed a little detail that I was not aware of when I shot this photo. A duck enjoying the night scenery. Light brings out the amazing colors of autumn.
Changing of the guards at the “Grave of the Unknown Soldier” at Arlington War Memorial, Washington D.C. These men undergo a very disciplined and harsh training which is not for the weak minded. The changing of the guard undergoes a strict protocol where all details are checked from the rifle, the uniform, the precise manner of the steps taken, the timing all very detailed. A delightful experience indeed.