my second year with PWTP!
i learnt that it was their 9th year making this event possible for the boys and young men.
GA summer had been weird for me this year because all the years that i've been living here, it has always been hot and dry; but this year we are having rain on most days.
but the rain or liquid sunshine as they called it - didn't stop these big brothers from coming together and make it possible for these boys to come and learn some football techniques.
the training session was fun, the boys enjoyed it and towards the end of the training session, the boys learnt some positive coaching on life from these big brothers.
it is always good and a blessing for me to see these professional footballers giving back to the community and help educating the next generation with their positive message.
i love nature
but the humid weather doesn't necessarily agrees with me hahah
i sweat so much that it gathers around my eyebrows and drips into my eyes, and i can't focus in my view finder!
oh well...perhaps the 80s head band will come back in fashion much like everything else such as chanel fanny pack?
put up a hummingbird feeder in hopes of catching a glimpse of those wonderful beautiful birds. i saw my neighbour had one and i thought perhaps i'll put one up too and see if the bird comes visit?
bam! one came! right after i put it up! i am so excited!
i timed its visit to the feeder so i can catch a glimpse. my efforts wasn't wasted, yay!
some macro at a butterfly farm last week that i went with DeAnn and oh some fairies having a garden tea party...
another year of clickin' walk!
this was my second year on the walk with a group of talented ladies from around GA.
unless i'm around with people that i'm familiar with; otherwise i'm relatively a quiet person.
some people said photography is a hobby best practiced in solitude, which i felt that was why photography is best suited for my personality.
so going on a walk and communicating with others sometimes intimidates me...
but once the walk started, we either stayed in groups or we went on our individual trail to explore.
having an inquisitive mind and being a forever student at heart helped me a lot; going on a photowalk such as this helped broke my own fear of being an introvert.
started my journey with mostly nature and macro, but street photography captures my heart.
the thought of capturing a frame in split second and immortalises in time fascinates me.
hence i love my street photowalks anytime.
well, this year's walk was a blessing to me as it was pretty interesting!
met a group of beautiful talented ladies and a BIG THANK YOU to the leaders for picking an interesting location for us to explore. i enjoyed meeting all of you!