That time of the day I love the most–but which I don’t get to enjoy as often as I’d like–is that magical hour when the world is poised for a sunset. It is the stuff of poetry: soft dusk slowly descends in mauves, yellows, purples. Day gives way to lilac evenings. Sunrise allows golden hours … More Weekly Photo Challenge: The Golden Hour
For feeling nostalgic, I look at certain photos. Specifically, this photo taken in 2009 near one of France’s most iconic structures. Outside the Louvre, a few steps away from I.M. Pei’s pyramid, stands this carefree woman I am finding hard recognizing now. Thinner, younger, and from the looks of it, happier, she, along with her … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Nostalgic
Landscape shots take in an entire area all at once; close-up shots privilege the detail. Because I do not want to miss any details, I would like to show this “world” as seen through my lens.
My camera has “seen” it; therefore, I must have seen it, too. But I can’t recall now this fleeting moment captured by my Nikon. This beautiful moment when the wisps of smoky clouds looked ghostly in a sky of blue; when the sudsy surf must have sprayed my face with salty water; when this boat … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting
That’s me as a fuzzy background. In this week’s photo challenge, I would like to show off my baby brother Jeff’s showing off his photographic chops by capturing SG’s iconic Merlion in its golden splendor, and the twinkling Fullerton Hotel beyond serving as backdrop. (May, 2012, in Singapore.)
A pattern of diamond steps!
Remember this? Black and sometimes nailed to a wall, the rotary phone has given way to funky (and pricier!) cell phones, a throwback to a cultural heritage that values the “we” more than the “me”, and where hogging the phone earns you a dark look from people in your household. (Not only is coffee prepared … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Culture