Some phenomena, try as we might, cannot be conveyed in words.\nThey can only be experienced.\nTry as I might I cannot convey the taste of Pani Puri with words. Or the feel of fire. Or how my voice sounds. Or the scent of the forest early in the morning.\nThe same applies to places.\nThere is no way to convey the the silent majesty of the towering Himalayas. Or the unbelieving colors of the ocean in the islands of Asia.\nHalong Bay, Vietnam. With green waters dotted with inexplicable little islands\u2026geologists probably have their theory. But local folklore attributes the origin to the descent of dragons \u2013 certainly a more engaging story than the ones geologists might have.\nHow our large ship circumnavigated these islands and reached the port is something to wonder about!\nA few images of the beautiful beautiful bay in Vietnam.\n[Nikon D3s, Nikon 14 \u2013 24mm wide angle]\n\u00a0\n[The others below are iphone photos]\n \n \nThis is the wealth of Asia. The sun shines throughout the year \u2013 the sea is inviting throughout the year and the islands beckon all year round. The greatest natural resource of South Asia is its location under the sun!\n\u00a0\n[Pro hi res images of Ha Bay & Vietnam will be available for digital downloads on jainamishra.com shortly]\njm\nApril 2015\n\u00a0\nThe post Wealth of South Asia \u2013 Sun, Sea & Islands appeared first on The Art Blog by WOVENSOULS.COM.