weekly photo challenge: afloat

Saturday, April 11:  I haven’t participated in the Weekly Photo Challenge in a long time, but today I’m feeling inspired by the theme of “afloat.”  I recently spent several weeks in Myanmar’s Inle Lake and in Hong Kong’s Aberdeen, both of which I found to be wonderfully photogenic.  Here are a few glimpses of what I saw. 🙂

stilt houses in the floating gardens of Inle Lake, Myanmar

stilt houses in the floating gardens of Inle Lake, Myanmar

the floating gardens of Inle Lake, Myanmar

the floating gardens of Inle Lake, Myanmar

Jumbo Floating Restaurant in Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Jumbo Floating Restaurant in Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Aberdeen, Hong Kong

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  2. Love the photo of the stilt houses, Cathy! Happy weekend 🙂


    • Thanks, Jo. I’m really antsy to start posting my Myanmar photos, but trying to do things in an orderly fashion. Have to finish the China part first. 🙂


  3. OMG I cannot WAIT for the Myanmar blogs!!!!!!!! Wow those two photos say SO much!! First one should be (another) postcard courtesy of Cathy!


    • I’m chomping at the bits to start posting about Myanmar, Mona Lisa, but I’m trying to be orderly and post in the order of my trip. It’s so hard though, because I loved Myanmar, and I can’t wait to relive it all. Thanks for the compliment on the stilt-house photo. 🙂

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  5. Perfect place for the challenge! 🙂


  6. I ❤ the second photo.


  7. Thanks for the great photos. I may never manage to go there, but I can see a bit of it through your eyes.


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  9. They’re all beautiful, but I love “the floating gardens of Inle Lake, Myanmar” image. I feel like I’m floating along with you, and the scenery ahead is gorgeous.


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