My Internet has been awful this week and I've desperately been trying to post, however at the end of the day 'Push came to Shove' and I had to resort to posting two memes together. I really would have liked to give them both a posting each- but I decided that it might be Pushing it- but two had to become one.
Ok,Ok! I know I'm pushing the boundaries a bit with having the word push in so many sentences- But you see it was my word for 6 words Friday with Adrienne and I just couldn't resist!
One Game. One ball. Two teams.
Fighting it out on the court
With a leap and a jump
and a bit of a push
The underdogs come out on top!
So, onto my Photo Heart connection ran by kateyestudio. Telling the story behind a photo that speaks to the heart.
I had a real struggle coming up with something and no matter how many photos I had taken nothing jumped out at me- but then this same photograph kept coming back to me-a tourist taking a photograph. I like the colours, I like the lines, but it's the content that drew me in.
Despite living here for 3 years, sometimes I too feel like a tourist- and yet at other times, you walk by and just take it all for granted. For now I'm lucky to live in a place that's worthy of tourist snaps- gorgeous seas and beaches, magnificent scenery and a city that thrives on diverse cultural differences- All are just crying out to be snapped.
So maybe that's what I need to do- become a tourist- take photographs of the views, the mundane and small details that make my life different. See my town as a visitor would see it and relish in its everyday happenings. One day it will be those little things that Ill want to remember- not the sweeping vistas and the postcard perfect images, but of the little day to day stuff, that makes Sabah what it really is.