Monday, June 12, 2006

Learning to Chill-Lax



M. taught me a new word in one of his comments. That is that of "chill-lax", which is supposed to mean: chill out and relax.

I am visual and I could only try to think in terms of what I think might be a relaxing scene. This photo was taken on a bright day, on the Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay's roof-top. The weather that you see on the picture is quite different from the weather of late. For some reasons, the past few days appear to be rainy. I wonder why the rain-water has decided that June is a good time for it to fall?

Anyway, I particularly like the way that light was reflected on one of the domes. I like the way the clouds flash themselves across the blue skies.

Well, if the picture brings you to the chill-lax stage, then sit back and enjoy it. For myself, I am just trying to learn how to relax my mind.

5 comments:

Simple American said...

The roof looks very scarey to me. Like someone could get impaled on those spikey things. I guess the mirrors take away some of the fearfulness of the structure.

Goldilocks said...

love this photo.

M said...

I must add that you've got a great eye for taking photos. Nice shot.

Jane said...

wonderful photo from you again...

pinkie said...

You have a portfolio of pictures right? Might be of use in future... pictures are all so nice :)