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Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – Ebb and Flow…

Friendly Friday photo challenge hosted at The Snow Melts Somewhere and Something to Ponder About, delivers the theme “Ebb & Flow “ this week.

Ebb and Flow, can represent the movement of water.

To me it symbolises the movement of life. We come and go following life’s tide along the way.

These photos taken in Hoi An, Vietnam portray the importance of water to the people of this city. These picturesque canals and elaborate bridges unite the past, present and future of the progressive Hoi An.

I remember sitting contently for a while, acknowledging the ebb and flow of the intensity of tourists around me, yet taking comfort in the gentle ebb and flow of the soothing Hoai River before me.

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9 comments on “Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – Ebb and Flow…

  1. There is something soothing about the sound of water, isn’t there, Lorelle? Perfect pic for the prompt for the Friendly Friday photo challenge.

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  2. There is a tranquility about these picture’s that draws the spectators.. wonderful picture Lorelle.

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  3. Cordelia.

    Oh wow, I’m southeast asian and I never knew how beautiful vietnam was! I have to out that on my list of places to visit!

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  4. Lovely photos and so fitting for the theme Lorelle.

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