Weekly Photo Challenge: Unfocused

Life’s too short to even care at all, o-oh-oh
I’m losing my mind, losing my mind, losing control, o-oh, oh.

-Cough Syrup- by Young The Giant

This photo has been taken at Genting Highlands in Malaysia – a wonderful and magical entertaining place where all the fairy tales and dreams seem to meet…

Indeed, taking a break from real life and travel to another part of the world made me feel like I was not in this universe anymore. And now when I think back… it just seems like a blurry but pleasant dream, unattainable for the moment. Everything was so different from the colours, the atmosphere and culture… My visions of it become like the above photo: unfocused. Confused.

This trip has also unbalanced my way of living for a while… and even after approximately 3 weeks since I returned, I still feel… confused… like the two worlds are melting together. That’s when I realise that I’m very slow at adapting myself back to my routine.

That’s mainly because of all the activities they throw at us at school too I guess. And I believe that this trip to Malaysia has not left me unaltered. Travelling has impacts on people. It can give us more hope… more dreams… new perspectives… So many possibilities, yet so many more questions…

Well to be brief, I can’t stop feeling confused and unstable. Just like this week’s photo challenge. Though I believe these feelings are gradually going away and I will be able to fully re-adapt myself again… well… maybe that isn’t possible?

I just think way too much. 😛

An Evil Nymph.

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15 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Unfocused

  1. Travel does change us. We realize that our tiny corner of the world is just that: a tiny corner. Important. To be valued, but not to close us in to think that our tiny spot is all there is. Nice take on the prompt.

    ~Anne

  2. “I took the road less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” – Robert Frost

    “It’s a dangerous business, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no telling where you might be swept off to.” – Medium: Bilbo Baggins, writer, J.R.R. Tolkien.

    Travel certainly expands us. ; )

  3. I love the way you breath magic in your words, ” a wonderful and magical entertaining place where all the fairy tales and dreams seem to meet…” Indeed, we can create something beautiful in everything around us. What a fun place to be . Thanks…

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