Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Watery Wednesday | There's a Will, There's a Way




A common sight
In Tonle Sap
Bridging of communication and media
in land of Cambodia
Technology advances without boundary
However weird
or silly
As long as there's a will
There's surely always a way.

Don't you just agree?


Taken in 2010 Cambodia trip. Read more of my Tonle Sap trip here.


20 comments:

Kellie Collis said...

110% agree! There is nothing impossible but just "I'm possible!" Have a lovely day, Kellie xx

George said...

What a great picture! Your comment about findfing a way to go with the will is perfect.

Ai Shiang said...

I totally agree! :)

Lily Riani said...

kellie,

i like that! the way you put it = i'm possible. thanks dear.

george,

thanks for your kind comment, appreciate it.

ai shiang,

we were shocked when we saw it too.

Luna Miranda said...

necessity is indeed the mother of invention here.:p great find!

Lesley said...

and no-one shall be without their satellite dish!

Life Ramblings said...

i couldn't agree more with you Lily.

in response to your question regarding Athens/Santorini trip:

it really depends on what you wanna see and do. both Athens and Santorini are beautiful cities each very different from each other. It might be handy to decide what it is you want to see i.e. ancient sites? architecture? beach? natural attractions? whatever tickles your fancy, i'd highly recommend visiting Santorini. it's one of the most beautiful islands i've ever been to. i'm sure you'll love it.

you can read my post and view my pictures here if you've the time.

Good Luck & enjoy your vacation when you eventually get there.

eileeninmd said...

Great post and photo. I guess the satellite dish is really necessary.

Bananazą®‡ said...

Wowie speechless *shake head* that's the way to stay connected above water. tQ

Lily Riani said...

Luna Miranda,

true, very true, when necessity arises, invention crops.

lesley,

borderless world.

Life Ramblings,

thanks for the info, will comb true your sites :D

Lily Riani said...

eileeninmd,

thanks for dropping by my blog, yup! and mobile phone too.

bananaz,

we were sooooo shocked. couldnt believe our eyes.

ag. said...

So true! And what an interesting photo...in some ways it makes me sad but I'm also impressed with the lengths some will go to to get what they want!

Gracie said...

Wow! How interesting! I love that they think of ingenious ideas. x

Debbie Smith said...

True, very true! I believe and apply this theory to my own personal like while I fight against the skin cancer I was diagnosed with this past June!!
So here I am in Europe now for the next several months enjoying life while others might have thought it "Impossible"
Happy Holidays, Lily!

HanneeNz said...

Oh wow, this picture is mad! It's so easy to take everything we have for granted, and its only when you see a photo like this that it makes you stop and take stock of all the things in life that you are greatful for. Loving the blog!

Lily Riani said...

ag,

sad but please/amazed, exactly what i felt at that point of time. well said.

gracie,

well... one have to do what one have to do.

debbie,

gee. i hope you recover, am really impress that you handling it well. highest respect for you. it's not "impossible", its "i'm possible"

hanneeNz,

exactly, until we see, we will always take things for granted. thank you for your kind complements on my blog, do visit it often.

salwar said...

the dish is on the water.. realy funny pics..

Lily Riani said...

salwar,

funny and creative i must say :D

sunnymama said...

Oh this is fantastic! Love the picture and your words are inspiring. :)

Lily Riani said...

sunnymama,

thank you for your kind complements, really appreciate it. and thanks too for dropping by my blog.







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