The window in the wall catches my eye as I walk past it everyday.
What lies behind it?
The shadows and lines add to the mystery - a grungy, crumbling facade hiding a secret garden, perhaps.
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Finally, the rain starts… Hopefully to clean the ground and purify the air.
Staring into puddles, I see the sky reflected. Looks like the beginning of the rain.
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There is an illusion that the haze is only outside. We close the doors, turn the air con / air purifiers on and breathe. Yet still it seeps in. It’s in the air after all.
Here is my imagined hazy interior (photographed and edited). The haze know no boundaries.
Credits to the Balinese artist Malik for his intense ink drawing of a banyan tree (a symbol of this region and one of longevity or immortality).
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When the animals can’t leave the zoo house because of transboundary haze, it’s a crying shame.
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A contemplative cycle as we stare out to sea, watching the transboundary haze roll in…
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...like falling down the rabbit hole and finding glimpses of an alternative world.
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Glancing out at a little corner of the garden, I am struck by the beauty of green and blue - a necessity in our world.
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Cutting through the haze - the bare lines of a tree.
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A hazy shade of grey. There’s definitely no blue sky thinking here. The fires are raging in Sumatra and Borneo, the forests are burning, and the haze chokes us. Sigh - but try not to inhale (and don’t forget your haze mask).
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Coming out of the darkness and into the light. It’s all lines, curves, shadows, angles, mirrors and self-portraits!
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