On Top

I thought being on school break means more free time. I guess not. I am loaded with work more then even so I am hardly alive these days. Anyway, for a breather I am sharing these two photos for this week’s challenge with the theme “On Top”. These actually do not exude the “on top” perspective discussed by the challenge, but rather a “to the top” and “at the top” feeling. Nonetheless, hope you like them!

The way to the top of the hill.

The way to the top of the hill.

The view from the top of the hill!

The view from the top of the hill!

Belated Happy Easter everyone and I hope I have the time to post something tomorrow for my special day. πŸ™‚

7 thoughts on “On Top

  1. Love the creative interpretation to the theme. “Going up” is always hard, but when you’re at the top, it’s always a nice feeling not only looking around at what you’ve achieved, but looking at how far you’ve come and what you’ve learnt. Hope you’re having a good school break, and great shot πŸ™‚

    • Thank you! It’s so true that being at the top every once in a while is a good feeling. We have remember though that we should not get swallowed by the feeling of being at the top. πŸ™‚

      I really appreciate all your comments in my blog. I have visited yours as well though I haven’t had a chance to comments yet. I am quite intimated by your posts because you have an awesome way of phrasing your ideas. It’s as if you capture you have relayed your readers’ thoughts. Hope I get to courage to contribute ideas to your posts as well. πŸ™‚

      • I like your photos a lot, especially the angle you take them from, and I also like your style of writing – you tell it like it is and that is something I hope to learn someday πŸ™‚

        Thank you for your nice words, but I have a long way to go in learning how to make my posts more down-to-earth. Don’t be shy, feel free to say your thoughts as no opinion is wrong πŸ™‚

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