Jet Lagged and Slackin.
Well I’m back in the southern hemisphere, and still getting used to the heavy, humid heat of what feels like living in a jungle.
It’s no small miracle that the worst of the jet lag consists of a 6am wake up reminiscent of having been thrown in a pool; once it’s happend, there is absolutely no chance of geting those last two reasonable hours of slumber.
But Thank God, summer has arrived. And it feels like letting go of the breath I’ve been holding all year. My brain is complete and utter mush and I wouldn’t have it any other way. The downside, of course, is an impressive lack of motivation.
So everything I do from here on out will probably have three-day minimum blogging lag time, including these shots from my day in Changi Airport, Singapore. Aka the airport of all airports, where I would willingly spend my life. Because what other airport has a Butterfly garden? Numerous Koi ponds? A movie theater, rooftop pool, and better shopping that most malls?
Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.