Saturday, June 25, 2011

Despair 绝望, 心痛 ...


What is wrong in this picture  ?
...
It makes me sick to think that someone 
would do something like this 
...
I wonder these people would
throw rubbish in their own home
...
Sad and Sick society
I am unfortunate to 
be living in 
most of my life
...


Despair 绝望, 心痛 ...

Nikon D90, 18-105mm, ISO100 1/320s at F5.6 FL=105mm EV-2/3
Kepong Metropolitan Lake Garden
甲洞大都会湖花园 ...

14 comments:

Dani said...

unfortunally the same here in Tianjin.

SKIZO said...

AmazingPicture
ThankYouForSharing

Randy said...

I hate when I see things like this. Karma will come back at them ten fold.

bilsot said...

People that have rubbish in their empty head !!!
Anyway the photo is interesting and meaning something.

Basilis,
from Glyfada Greece.

teca said...

Ah... really sad to see such a scene... Nature is so beautiful! It can not be abused in this way... :(

Hugs.

Levonne said...

Trash is so much a part of my daily life that I am getting too accustomed to it. I hate all our waste.

Laura Delegal - Leroy Photography said...

It's the same here. We walk the roads picking up trash only to have it messed up again the next day. How hard is it to take your trash home??

Traveling Hawk said...

How dare they disturb the beauty of Nature? It's no wonder that she punishes us.

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Unfortunately, inconsiderate people like this seem to be every where. It's still a beautiful photo, rubbish aside.

Darryl and Ruth :)

Cloudia said...

Their life is disorderly and ugly - be glad ours is a garden!



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Chwile... said...

Niestety to czarne oblicze ludzkiej rzeczywistości. Czasami szkoda, że jesteśmy częścią przyrody.

Mama-Bug said...

Yes Wong, it's very sad that there are people out there in the world trashing up beautiful places.

Two Tigers said...

This is truly sad, Wong, but a beautiful picture in its own way. There will always be those who disrespect nature, and there will always be those who cherish and preserve nature. You celebrate and do great honor to nature with your camera and by sharing your images with us. It is a strong message that the beautiful lotus flower continues to grow up out of the muck and darkness, and especially the darkness of some - not all - of human nature.

Costea said...

I love water lilies shoot you.