So many years have passed after I left my home town for studying physics. I still remember how it was beautiful and idyllic but I don’t feel nostalgia so much today. Many things I loved have been missed. I cannot see small green creeks anymore. I cannot take a traditional snack at in front of a small sleazy shop.
When I was a kid at school, paddy fields were one of my favorite playgrounds. I used to catch a lot of water insects in summer and learned many things. Perfectly dry fields after rice reaping was the best place to test a model airplane, where nobody complained about its dangerous flights. In wintertime, it was easy to make it a skating rink. All I needed to do was just to spray water on it with my naughty friends.
This is not a kind of nostalgia but sort of a reflection.
In response to the weekly photo challenge, Reflecting by The Daily Post.
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I love your remembrances. Children find the same fun in all lands, insects, water, skating, being full of mischief…sweet.
Thank you. Your comment reassures me 😉 We all are probably simple beings and have explorative mind at least when we are young.
Lovely post 😊
Thank you. It was a beautiful moment.
I know that feeling.:)
Thank you. I’m happy to share the feeling with you. Going slowly occasionally 😉
With so much r
met zoveel regen ,hebben we veel reflecties
Ik veronderstel dat het veel in Nederland regent. (Do you live in Netherworlds?)
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