This Life Comes with no Answers
This life comes with no answers. We don’t even know the questions we will be asked . There is no real way to prepare. Problems are handled as they are presented with what we know and whet is available to us.
I visited Vietnam in 2015 and appreciated much about the country’s energy, look and feel. I found it visually fresh and interesting. The urban areas had a consistent high level of vitality. There was lots of movement, varied hues and and a wide range of color saturation. There were many small, interesting, colorful things. Motorcycles were common and used for all sorts of tasks beyond transporting people.
I saw a man on a motorbike transporting a giant clear plastic bag holding many smaller plastic bags, each containing some water and a single bright orange goldfish. It was brilliant.
I did mange to grab this shot of a man transporting balloons. I don’t know where the balloons were collected or where they were being delivered. This is an important job as balloons are fun and a source of whimsy and pleasure. Someone figured out the solution of getting lots of balloons from one place to another place. The answer came.