Monday, March 21, 2011

Unsure of Future 不确定的未来 ...



Unsure of Future 不确定的未来 ...


The Giant Japan 9.0 earthquake shook up the entire planet ...
and shifted the earth's axis 
of what seems to be six-and-a-half inches....
shortening the day just a tiny little bit ...

All these seems to be measurable ...
But I suppose no single scientist can be sure 
of where and when the next earthquake will happen
and its ultimate impact ...


God bless us all ...



26 comments:

Angela Häring-Christen said...

Leaves from a bamboo?
Very nice picture.
Greetings from Switzerland
Angela

Two Tigers said...

Wong, I love the delicacy of this photograph - it perfectly conveys the feeling of something beautiful and alive but fragile and fleeting that could disappear at any moment...the way the earthquake and tsunami have taken so much away from Japan, and from the world. Many thanks for this image.

alterdom said...

I admire the art of your photo, Wong,
this delicate tremor
in tribute to victims of a terrible earthquake ...
and victims of a much greater threat,
including "science"of man is the origin

UIFPW08 said...

wow best sgot Wong.

Andrey Salikov said...

this is the exquisite photograph

FOTO-POESIE / POESIE+LYRIK / HAIKU+FOTOGRAFIE / KURZGESCHICHTEN said...

I feel with you in Japan ...

Tears

Rain on flowers

In infinite silence

Tears of sorrow

© Hans-Peter Zürcher

A wonderfully harmonious picture ...

Best regards

Hans-Peter

JM said...

So true, Wong!...

Bare bilder - Pictures only said...

Beautiful picture Wong. Thanks for sharing.
Greetings,
Berit.

Vibeke Sahl said...

Very nice picture and reflection!! The picture has a vulnerable tenderness that I really like about it!!
Vibeke :-9

Olga said...

It is very tender tribute to the victims of an earthquake in Japan. The photo looks like a watercolor. Just beautiful.

Costea said...

Interesting.

➔ Sill Scaroni said...

Give a pain in my heart to know all the pain and sadness that is happening in Japan, but the people are warriors and not give up the fight.
Great photo.
Sill

Laura.M said...

Wong beautiful picture ... I wish the man could avoid these tragedies. I hope that Japan can recover soon.
Saludos.Laura

Laura~DancesWithTeddyBears said...

Beautiful capture!

Erika said...

Wonderful shot!
Have a nice new week.

Randy said...

Lovely.

ρομπερτ said...

As long as there's green, there's hope. Growing chapter by chapter; each on its own, yet always as a whole.


daily athens

Traveling Hawk said...

We are living in a world of hazzards, this is why we have to live every day of our life as it is the last one...how true! But this also means to love and to protect our planet because we are her daughters and sons. We already harmed too much our Mother Earth!

Serline said...

In times like these, I seek solace in Scripture: "Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding" (Proverbs 3:5)

Cloudia said...

通過優雅的話
詩人科佩斯
和股票
安慰:
我們共同的人性

the frail world whispers in your photo:
'we are but grass'


Warm Aloha to you
from Honolulu!


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saverio otranto said...

bella, sembra un astratto

Bitch said...

Unfortunately your words are true, Wong..
Your image spreads a little hope!
Greetings from Athens,
Monika

Sciarada said...

Buongiorno Wong, I echo your prayer, we are all powerless and helpless in front of the natural disasters and it is important that human beings are united in front of them!

Ángel said...

Y que fuerza la del pueblo japonés, han dado una lección de solidaridad, firmeza y compromiso social.

Que delicadeza de fotografía. Genial.


Cordiales saludos

Betty Manousos@ CUT AND DRY said...

Exquisite image!

My thoughts and prayers are with those affected.
Need to stay hopeful

Betty

Pupottina said...

very nice!
buon inizio settimana ^_____^