Was going through my phone for photos to delete (so that I do not have to constantly scroll back to super old photos) and noted the below photo. And thus decided to do a photo blog entry on the theme of Shadow. This was taken in March 2017, on my walk back to Raffles Place … More Photo Backlog: Shadows
Catching up on my blog after a very long week! Meant to do another photo collage but as Wednesday had past, this was slightly overdue 😛 Decided to do a tiled gallery theme for this entry – as versus to my usual combining of photos into a Photo Collage app such as Instamag, PhotoGrid. The … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Collage
A good 4 + months since the last photo challenge and so, its time for another one! Although I’m late by a week, this challenge really speaks out to me as 2017 has been pretty much a ‘GREEN’ year for me! Starting from Li Chun 2017 where the lucky colour for my zodiac is green, … More Weekly Photo Challenge: It IS Easy Being Green!
1st Photo Challenge in a long long while. Finally managed to find some photos that fit into this week’s theme – Chaos. As documented on this blog, around this time last year (1st half of November 2015), I had my 11 day vacation to Japan. Had intended to do a summary/round-up of day trip to Karuizawa … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Chaos
Back with yet another photo challenge entry. And this time round, I managed to get a photo whilst doing my outdoor run on Tues evening …… This is a sculpture located at a block of stairs out the Asian Civilisation Museum. There used to be an Indochine Outlet right above the steps but looks like … More Weekly Photo Challenge – Rule of Thirds
Taking a break from my travel entries to do another weekly photo challenge entry. Time for some cover worthy pictures! Was browsing through Japan Guide website yesterday and came across this Kyoto feature. Realised that I had a similar shot of Tenryuji Temple taken during my trip last year – taken from outside the temple … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Cover Art – Japan Edition
DAY 2 (CON’T) Night-time beckons! The sky only really starts to darken a little after 7pm …… and you can see the buildings (on the Hong Kong island side) stating to light up! Finally the sky turns red as it officially transitions into nightime! The office buildings in Central (you can see Bank of China … More Hong Kong & Macau 2014: Day 2 Clear Skies Part 6