Magnificent Monday is to kick the week off on a high note. Paste a link in the box below to your post and let's share our highlights of travel or life's great moments. We want to read encouraging stories, or enjoy just a simple photo and explanation of something that gave you a buzz, and in turn we'll all share that high during the week!
We may have a changing theme every week. I'll post a suggestion here at the end of my current entry for the following week to give you all time to be creative. Or leave a suggestion for an upcoming theme in a comment.
Make your post as long or as short as you like -even just a picture. This is about joining together to share a good experience on your travels, or that vignette in your life that brought you joy.
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To start this week off I am posting this magnificent display of elephants.
That's the theme- The Cycle of Life.
Taken on Chobe River front, Chobe National Park, Botswana.
A very tender composition; to me this reflects caring, and family concern. A mother looking after her baby, teaching it how to survive in the world, keeping it safe, and passing on wisdom and knowledge to ensure a following generation. The joy of these wonderful huge creatures so close gives me a high everytime I see photos like this.
Link your articles interpreting celebrating the cycle of life - mother and child, perhaps an historical building next to a modern one, old car and recent model, flower in full bloom next to a seed pod, etc etc. The contrast between old and new, or rebirth of another generation is what we're looking for.
Next week's theme: I Love....
...Paris in the Springtime, walking through a colorful garden, touring a new country, visiting old cathedrals, castles, coffee in a local cafe, pet dog, your mother or partner....What do you Love?