Towards a healthy and productive work-life balance.
No amount of money can make one happy.
Give more, take less.
Shut your mouth if you have nothing good to say.
Do Good Things for yourself and for others.
Don’t be mad by others’ opinions about your religion.
Being just happy is not enough, it has to mean something.
Look into the mirror and criticize yourself, not others.
Lastly, be a human being. That could be “it” – the symmetry in life. :)
It is always a breeze to walk by the park on Sundays. Somehow I feel recharged and poised as the sunset rays bathed onto the greenery. Nevertheless, I dedicate this post to the families who are worried sick of the missing MAS plane MH370.
We can only hope that things will be back to normal and pray for the best.
Often when one travel, he/she will bring along a camera. This metal (sometimes plastic) object whether the latest Leica model or a Nikon Coolpix 1st Gen, will do the job of capturing and documenting colourful moments of our journey.
For me, an iPhone coupled with a Nikon DSLR is the way to go. I often find myself shooting and editing photos thru VSCO app after transferring thru Wifi to my iPhone. After that, I will upload to Instagram as & when I feel like sharing (not to show off! haha). That’s the beauty of the modern tech but at the same time, I would love to rekindle my film days. Sometimes it is better not to know the outcome and focusing on the development process is as important as well.
Two weeks before the Chinese New Year, I took some shots of the streets in Chinatown. Generally, the crowd was huge but the traffic is smooth. Taking photos here is exciting for there are different things going on anywhere. Using only a 50mm 1.8 Nikon lens, I must say that it is a great lens for street photography. Perhaps having a “better” lens is paradoxical, the process of development is much much much more important and I am contented with what I have.
Today is 31st Jan 2014 in Singapore and I would like to wish all a Happy Chinese New Year! Huat Ar!!!