8 Jul 2010

Writer's Workshop: A Memory in a Photo

Every Thursday Mama Kat hosts a writer's workshop in which there is a theme based on which a blogger have to write something. This week I am opting for

* Photographs can turn a house into a home. Share a photograph that is not on your wall, but should be...if you weren't so lazy about actually putting it there.*

If I was not lazy, I would make a big canvas of the picture above and put it on the wall somewhere in our flat. I took the picture on my honeymoon, nearly five years ago. I like it because it looks like a professional travel photo - one of those pictures which photographers get paid loads of money to take.

I took it with my old 5megapixel camera whilst staying in Perehentian Island in Malaysia, this place was the third location of our adventurous honeymoon. The place was like a paradise and we enjoyed being there! So it would be one of the pictures I would put on the wall - a part from some narcissistic personal pictures of Hubby and I.

What do you think of it?
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  1. That is a beautiful photo! You really should have it enlarged and hang it up!!

  2. That is a great photo!! You should put it up. My pictures are so not that cool!

  3. I love it! I wish I could take a swim in that wonderful aquamarine water... looks like a great place for a get-away!

  4. It is a beautiful photo. I totally agree with you, it should be on the wall, and maybe in a travel magazine or two!

    Stopped in from Mama Kat's.

  5. You're right, it is an amazing photo and yes, professional looking too. Love it.

    I participated in Mama Kat's Writing Workshop this week too, from another blog of mine. I did another prompt though.

  6. That's an amazing picture, I love it. You really should hang it....what a great conversation piece!

  7. That WOULD look wonderful in a large frame.


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