Weekly Photo Challenge: Gone, But Never Forgotten

Show us something that is lost, but not forgotten.

In today’s challenge, show us what “gone, but not forgotten” means to you. It could be a photo of a faithful canine friend who’s chasing squirrels in a better place, a spot in your city, town, or village that reminds you of a relationship now over, a talisman that reminds you of something that you can never get back, a photo of you in your smashing 70s silver lamé jumpsuit, or the crumbs that remain from the delicious cheesecake you baked.

Naritasan Park is a large garden with a gross area of 165,000 m2, located behind the main building of the Naritasan Shinshoji Temple. Especially noteworthy are the flowering trees and shrubs around Monju pond and Ryuju pond, displaying exquisite colors through all seasons. Inside the park is also a calligraphy museum (fee charged), where many modern calligraphy masterworks are exhibited. (http://www.chiba-tour.jp/narita/sight/sight_top.html)
Naritasan Park is a large garden with a gross area of 165,000 m2, located behind the main building of the Naritasan Shinshoji Temple. Especially noteworthy are the flowering trees and shrubs around Monju pond and Ryuju pond, displaying exquisite colors through all seasons. Inside the park is also a calligraphy museum (fee charged), where many modern calligraphy masterworks are exhibited. (http://www.chiba-tour.jp/narita/sight/sight_top.html)

This place is memorable for me because this was the first place that my mother and I went together. It was like a Mom and daughter date for the first time. 🙂 It was a really great bonding experience and something that I will always treasure. ❤

 

*WPC

 

7 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Gone, But Never Forgotten

    1. It is a sweet memory indeed and yes we are fortunate to have feelings even though at times we feel in a certain way that brings sadness. I think that’s what makes us human and keeps us grounded. Thanks again Helen! 🙂

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