It is my favourite time after the rain. In this picture, the house below stretches all the way ahead as far as the eye can see, looks like half of the world is sleeping and the other half is about to be awakened.
In the search, I typed in healing, but I am unsure why Annie May Willis came up. I was looking for something to relax, and I’m very sure this will help me relax. But it is not the kind of meditation music, simply describing it as good does not do justice to her voice and… Continue reading Face the Sun by Annie May Willis
Right in the middle is the construction of this new hotel. Before it was a carpark, and not many people paid attention to it, and now replaced by a new venture to dazzle the new visitor after its completion. And I’m sure it will change the look of this street.
It is the time of the year again and this year is a little more special. We are finally allowed to walk the street without wearing a mask.
I always love coming here. No matter is day or night. Here depict a very famous vegetarian restaurant where people were waiting to get in.
It has been a while since I last recorded something. It is because I recently added some hardware to the setup and had been learning how to use it. At this point, I’m beginning to understand that adding a lot of new hardware to the setup within a short period of time can stop the… Continue reading Seeking a way out
I can’t pass by without taking a shot at it. I have always liked industrial machinery as an abstract shot.
Every time I’m here at Suntec City, I’m always attracted to the five large buildings within the compound. It’s been built so many decades and it still looks like it was just completed last year. And its simplicity always works in black and white photography.