Sigh! This challenge reminded me of this popular song from the 1990’s. It came from a very popular movie too.
Near, far, wherever you are
I believe that the heart does go on
Once more you open the door
And you’re here in my heart
And my heart will go on and on …
Ooops, I am so sorry if you are not a fan and I just put an earworm in your head. Just to be fair, it is already in my head too. Oh dear.
But if by chance, you do not know it, I ask you: “Where have you been?” I envy you though. You were spared the invasive tune and voice of Celine Dion. I like some of her songs though – this one just overstayed its welcome. In my opinion. 🙂
And to respond to the challenge that brought back this recollection –
Oh! I just realized that this photo is the happy version of the movie where the
earworm the song came from. 🙂
Thanks all for bearing with my absurd humor. The cake-flavored vodka laced soda did it! And i just had a couple of sips…
For more of the Weekly Photo Challenge, please visit here. 🙂 This week, the guest ‘challenger’ is Mr. Brian Cooney. He gives tips on how to get horizon shots.
Have a beautiful day.
20 thoughts on “WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: NEAR AND FAR”
Thanks much for the pingback. 🙂
Gorgeous photos. And those lyrics alwyas stop me in my tracks….beautiful.
Thanks, Angeline. 🙂
That you for the earworm, next time I’d rather you just share your cake-flavored vodka laced soda! 🙂 Pretty pictures too!
Thanks, Jessie. 🙂 One day, let us have a blog-vodka party. 🙂
I’m in! 🙂
I hate flavoured vodka, so not sure which is worse 🙂 Love your photos
The song, the song is worse. It still makes me cringe when I hear it. 🙂 Try it on hot chocolate, you might like it. The vodka, not the song. 😉
That sounds yummy 🙂
Thanks for the pingback. 🙂
Love it! Beautiful shots!
Thanks, Inge. 🙂
These pictures are gorgeous. I clicked on them and saw them in original size. The song is beautifully sung, only overplayed, in my opinion. I don’t think there’s many people who don’t know of it! 🙂
lovely images! :–)
Beautiful near and far interpretation my friend 🙂
I still love the words of that song, and often play it on my piano. Lovely photos for the challenge. 🙂
Yeah, the melody is good. I guess it is a lot better without the lyrics. 🙂 Thanks for coming by. 🙂