Pink is my least favorite color — it is too girly for me, too lady-like, too dainty for my personality. I am not fond of colors that look fragile nor of loud ones like red. But it does not mean I couldn’t find pink photos for the Color Crazy Challenge of Kim Johnson. So, here goes…
My cover photo is of my niece, Yani, youngest daughter of my younger brother. This was taken when she was few weeks old.
Next is a shot of pink sky in Ticao Island, Masbate, Philippines…
This one was taken in Cataract Gorge, Launceston, Tasmania…the three witches and I are fond of taking 360-degree video actually while goofing around — we act like kids many times, unfortunately. But hey, waddaheck? It is always fun to do that.
A picture with pink bag will do, right? That is my cousin, Jen, while feeding kangaroos in East Coast Natureworld in Tasmania, Australia. It is a sanctuary set in a 150-acre parkland and lagoons and a beautiful, wide place for animals. Do you know that kangaroo meat is very tasty? But after feeding them in my own hands, I lost the appetite. Maybe it would be a good idea to start feeding cows, pigs and chickens as well. Lol!
This pink bridge was in one of unknown temples in Bangkok, Thailand — a place not really visited by tourists. There was a funny story behind it. A tuktuk driver who is one of the scammers victimizing foreigners in the Royal Palace happened to pick me and my cousin, Ludy, as victims. It was his unlucky day, he became the butt of his own joke. While my cousin was pissed off for losing time, I quite enjoyed seeing places and streets without tourists. He did not earn any money by bringing us to travel agencies (we go for DIY planning) and jewelers because there was no way we are buying anything we don’t need —poor scammer, tsk.
Sentosa Island in Singapore is famous for its music and light shows. This is a memory from there.
One of our favorite activities when we travel is to visit Chinatown and Little India in every country we go to for as long as our schedule will allow. This pink old building is located in Chinatown Heritage Center in Pagoda Street, Singapore.
Chinese temples are interesting places to go to…this stone image of pink bud was in the Chinese temple up Genting Highlands, Malaysia. I traveled with Jen (we go on either group of 4 or group of 2 and Jen is my usual travel buddy). She hated the piggy bonnet cap I was wearing there but I love it as it reminded me of our travel with the kids in Dalat, Vietnam. She told me not to bring it in Korea though and I listened. Lol!
This is Sarao Garden in Cebu, Philippines — it is dubbed as “Little Amsterdam” because it boosts of flower variety like Celosia that is not common in this country.
Enough pink already? I will save the rest for next week when Kim continues under Pink and Purple theme. Now, if you want to have fun, please join the #colorcrazy challenge created by @kim_johnson. Read her instructions here. It is pretty easy, I promise. What are you waiting for?