A reality check.
Photograph by Wouter Brandsma
It’s the only certainty
It is the end as we know it.
Sad, but inevitable.
It is the way it is, Mark. And sadness is only there for those left behind.
Isn’t that the truth 😉 – getting warmer 😉 almost there…
Death is the truth, but at age 35 I hope we’re not getting warmer yet 😉
In Hong Kong, this will cause some follow-ups:
1) Disinfecting the area;
2) To do a laboratory testing of the dead bird for the cause of its death;
3) If it died of any string of avian flu, all poultry farms, live poultry outlets, bird parks and so on within the 3km radius will be closed for 21 days for monitoring;
4) Any person in close contact with the dead bird will be sent for medical monitoring.
You had a very close contact with it, Wouter 🙂
I thought about that too how the Chinese would react. But here it is not like that.
live view of life. Thats reality.
All the best.
Powerfull title for the picture. But once we accept this fact we can enjoy everything till then much more.
Thank you all for your comments. Life is hard, but beautiful.
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