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Took this picture on the shopping street at Otaru City.
Have a lovely day,my frineds!
la mia mania :wind_chime::tanabata_tree:
una gioia d'estate :sparkling_heart:
I'm leaving for my last day of babysitting and will try to catch up tonight.
You have to know we made it to Thursday because of the retreads. This is my retread of the original "the answer is blowin' in the wind" posted on April 10, 2009. Tried changing the mood, the season, the direction, the lighting, and took away some of the "artfulness" of the original and landed closer to the "straight out of camera" shot than the original did here . . .
Please visit all of today's retreads . . .
Wind chimes ware sold in the night market. Wind chimes made of glass has been popular since the Edo period in Japan. It is an appliance soften emotionally the hot weather.
This is the outcome of an assignment for a class at Emily Carr University to visually express the sound of wind chimes.
One of the vendors at the Burien Famers Market sells these beautiful hand-made wind chimes
I came across these chimes, hanging from a tree along Dublin's Grand Canal near Baggot Street Bridge. They were part of a larger shrine or memorial - but to whom? It appeared to be dedicated to the memory of an unnamed child, perhaps lost by drowning in the canal.....and I wondered if the sound of those little bells was reminiscent of the child's laughter.
Wind chimes clink like bells in the breeze.
I was checking out what the daily challenge was at another photo site I post to, and this came out pretty cool, so I thought I would share it here.
Bamboo... makes a very gentle clack, clacking... easy on the ears, and quite soothing.