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Showing posts from June 17, 2012


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Shadows Mismatched

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The lady's shadow seems not to be hers and the other is not the photographer's. After snapping the shot, I wondered on where my shadow actually fell.

Bicycle, Passers-by and Old Buildings

(Leica X1)A taste of oldness which I like lots. Enjoy!

Double Rainbow Across the Harbour

Yesterday, Hong Kong saw a rare sight of a huge double rainbow hanging across the Victoria Harbour for some 15 minutes. Here are three of the shots I snapped from the ferry. As the contrast was too wide for the camera, and I didn't have with me the Sony A55 to do HDR shots, the images have been drastically post-processed for saturation. The last shot was a panoramic shot from the Internet. It was probably done from a chopper.

This Man Rocks

(Sony A55)An important exhibition on in town is the Picasso's masterpieces from Musee National Picasso of Paris. If you happen to be in Hong Kong, the exhibition is open in the Hong Kong Heritage Museum [weird venue for such an exhibition] from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. until 22 July, including public holidays (but close on Tuesdays). The entrance fee is HK$20 per session, which entitles the holder to a whole-day admission to all other exhibitions in the museum. But be sure to buy a ticket at the Urbtix outlets for any of the three daily sessions before going to the museum in Sha Tin.

Facial Expressions on Monday

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Which one says the similar look on your face today? Hostile, alerted or bothered? For whichever one, shouldn't we put on a smile and accept the delight of our ability to work?
All the best to you on your work! Enjoy!

Burden of a Father

(Leica D-Lux 5)A father can bear his burden without much admiration, appreciation or recognition. We take it for granted that men are naturally called to the duty of life. Fact is, not that prejudice they should be treated with.Today is the Father's Day. Say something to appreciate and recognise him for what he has be doing as a man, as a father. Admire him for what is good about him.