In my last post, I showed you the Bukit Batok Nature Park in Singapore. I have mentioned that there was a WWII memorial site there composed of a plaque, 2 pillars and 120 steps leading to a transmission tower. Tired from all the walking, we still managed to go up and here is the photo I took from the top.
When we were on our way up, I was just looking at the skies, the trees, the top, eager to reach the end. But when we were going down, I started to be more conscious of the steps, more appreciative of the details on the ground, and here are the snaps I took along the way.
The cracks of the concrete steps
The fallen leaves and flowers
The signs of rebirth
It was simply amazing to find the details of the cycle of life amongst unexpected and usually ignored places. Most of the time, I become so engrossed in the grand scheme of things that I tend to overlook the little details that make up the grand subject of my admiration. This challenge taught me to look closer and deeper than the obvious.
Have you overlooked the details at one point in your life? Now is the time to get lost in details and join the Weekly Photo Challenge to share your realizations with us.