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  • If there’s a starfish, there’s a starflower.

    The merest reason why things keep being complicated is ignoring time at its best. We are always busy, we are always in hurry. We don’t mind what we passed by, what is around us. We are only seeing the bare, the just sufficient, in this world. We are missing the beauty, the supposed life God accorded to us.

    The above photo was taken during our community immersion, as student nurses, just this first week of the year. This bright yellow blossom caught my attention while strolling the place, with its five petals, curved and anchored towards the center, forming such shape. An art isn’t it? Now, rearrange art(s) - what do we get, star.


    Nimmy said...

    aba! astig! same kayo ng auntie ko magaling makahanap ng mga stars kung san san, tapos pipicture-an. super nice! :D

    Vhincci Subia said...

    thank you Nimmy... mahilig nga ako kumuha ng mga shots kung saan-saan... lingon dito, lingon doon... nakakapagod kung minsan... tapos sobrang init pa pero masaya lalo na kung nakakadiscover ka ng mga ganito... :D

    chino a.k.a chinchan said...

    very inspiring indeed. i could imagine you look intellectual =) keep it up !

    Vhincci Subia said...

    thank you Chino... :)truly inspiring... and we all owe these to nature... appreciate it and you will live with it!

    Robert Cascayan said...

    Anong veggie flower yan? Kabatiti I guess. Tama ba? :)

    Vhincci Subia said...

    that's what i thought too... a veggie's flower... that is molded by the wind, the sun, or it is in its gene to turn out like this... but still it's nice and pops our eyes... ;)

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