Being genuine friends with traffic jam as I said in yesterday’s post is the wisest attitude choice.
While enjoying Helloween’s If I Could Fly and singing like a rocker on stage, my eyes pounded at a spot on the side of the road. Various handicrafts made of bamboo are displayed on simple wooden shelves by street vendors.
There are sailboats, unique statues; pulling carts, rickshaw pullers, farmers, ducks and herdsmen and others.
I am reminded of childhood when such works have a much higher value than today. In elementary school, I even learned to make it as a task of art and craft subjects, of course, amateurish children.
You, I and our child’s today, live in a sophisticated modern environment where to do everything, in a certain context becomes much easier, it’s just that we seem to have lost something more natural, closer to the ground, warmer and more humane.
Well, indeed we are not living in the past, but just to remember the beauty of such old versions of simplicity even seems to be a luxury in itself today.
As usual, I inform that anyone can join in on this fun photo challenge which was started by John artbytes26 . Just please be sure to check out Art’s rules and guidelines for the challenge in this post 365 Photos Challenge.