Monday, 18 January 2010

Monochrome Monday - Choir


Today is my first posting for year 2010. My apologies to all for being missing during the past few weeks. I have been having an inspiring time, involving with the organizing of a Buddhist youth exchange programme that took place from 1-10 Jan. It has been a rewarding journey in terms of spiritual growth for me. I am back now, feeling more energized and inspired to face the challenges and opportunities that this new year brings me. Hope you are also well-charged for this new year.

For today's Monochrome Monday's posting, here's a photo taken during the concert held for the youth exchange programme. It's a choir performance by Messengers of Dharma (in short, MoD). I like the flow of the costumes and the mysterious look that the dark background provides. Hope you like it too.



For more photos in Monochrome, please visit Monochrome Monday's portal.

2 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

The costume is unique and a little mysterious. I wonder how he sounded!

Kakinan said...

Beautifully taken.

Alexander
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