Of Lanterns and Colors…

Before my wife starts to bring down and re-pack our holiday lanterns, I just thought of taking several photographs of it. I used my “nifty fifty” to have a bokeh background.

Why are the holiday lanterns usually in color? I know it represents the “star” in Bethlehem but the star was just plain white or yellow. Can we just use a plain white lantern? Why in color? And why am I asking this question in the first place? It doesn’t make any difference anyway! It’s lunch time in this side of the world and I’m deliriously hungry waiting for my food to be served!




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    1. This is awesome… This is what I’m looking for. A list of ww2 guns! I gotta rehash the draft blog I’ve so far composing to incorporate this list. Oh boy! Lots of thanks!

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  1. I love these lanterns, actuall all of them πŸ™‚ How beautiful they are. Thank you dear Ompong, I guess, your lunch time has already ended, Have a nice afternoon and evening, Love, nia

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      1. I once taught an English friend how to say “how are you?” In Tagalog. “Mabaho kilikili mo…!” And proudly, he said it to every Filipino he met. They were all surprised but still managed to smile. Eventually, I told my English friend that it means “your armpit stinks…!” Hahaha!


    1. Hahaha! That’s the beauty of blogging, it doesn’t matter where we are, it is a virtual community where we can keep in touch and share things. Sleep tight and have a good night! πŸ™‚

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