Yor Ryeter

[1: 116 of 10,000] Abundance

In Photo on February 26, 2011 at 9:03 PM

This is my first ever post for The Daily Post Photo Challenge:

Abundance as suggested by Erica Johnson of WordPress.

I am sharing my scratch papers, from A4 to 1/4 and 1/8 sizes, I cut it by simple fold and tear or if I got more time to spare I use scissors. I love to write and doodle and the best way for me to help the environment and maximize every tree cut is to ensure I utilized the papers I got to its optimum level. It's over 1 year and I still didn't finish my scratch paper, it doesn't end! πŸ˜€

United Arab Emirates is abundant of sands dunes and more sands; it's a great nature art except if you're caught in a sand storm.

  1. I like your ideas of abundance. The second one is somewhat similar to the pic I will be taking of the snow here. We have tons of that. Nice pics.

  2. yes, sand – and oil too? good to know that you have paper, though we need only electricity and a PC to write, isn’t it?

    • They got oil but they knew its limitations; exactly the reason why they explore other means of business like Tourism. They got more Dates though (certain type of sweets).

      Re: Paper, I love to doodle and the sound of scribbling on paper. At work, I use those papers to usually list the things to do and tear it all up when the task is done, psychologically speaking, it makes me feel like I’ve accomplish the work. Although for writing personally, computer + electricity + MS Word (https://ittakes10k.wordpress.com/2011/01/09/1-43-of-10000-i-love-ms-word) surely are the best partner πŸ˜‰

  3. Wow – such a neat stack of scratch paper. Brings back memories of buying scratch paper by the kilogram in India πŸ™‚

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