Thursday, April 1, 2010

A lonely daisy in mid-day


A LONELY DAISY IN MID-DAY.  Planted in a forgotten corner of the front yard, this daisy caught my attention inspite of the scorching heat of the sun. It stands alone yet its beauty overpowers it surroundings, even overcoming the soreness of the peeling layers of the concrete fence behind it.    That's how you know that something is truly beautiful - you don't need an elegant backdrop because true beauty will always have a commanding presence.  Just like this daisy.  It is so beautiful, you'd think you are witnessing an apparition.  (Photo by Shing Camps)


 

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