Esplanade Tunnel Exhibit.
The light drizzle and cloud-covered sky was a little disappointing, camera-wise. But on the upside, it made the walk up less of a sweaty, sticky affair!
This would have been the highest point on the ridge, with that iconic coconut tree (Read: Instagram pictures).
Unfortunately it was getting too wet for our liking and so we turned back, towards the direction of where the car was parked. And looked forward to the spa we had booked for that afternoon 😀
Walking down the ridge I began to feel my knees hurting, signs of a not-so-healthy strain which would eventually lead to some swelling and discomfort. Sigh..
A lesser travelled part of AMK. For me, at least.
Scenes from some weekends in July.
I’m thankful that I can be thankful, that I have things to be thankful for.
Today’s gratitude: Quality, restful weekends. Time to spend with myself, family and friends. Time to do what recharges me. When I look at pictures like these I’m reminded that I am fortunate enough to afford an evening to walk by the River, to be in the mood to enjoy the sunset and clouds and the cooler air, to admire the intricate patterns formed by the branches of trees.
I’m thankful that I am able to be thankful.
The golden hour, made perfect with a rainbow.
“Nothing in this universe is accidental, not even creation. If it were, the whole universe would be chaotic. But the inherent order in nature and its extraordinary beauty indicate that behind the workings of the universe are an expansive heart and an intellectual power that the human mind can never fathom.” – source
Quiet and peaceful Saturdays filled with walks through relatively silent museums – the best kind.