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Showing posts from November 11, 2012


(Leica D-Lux 5)Cantonese lesson with a pint for this befitting befitting : Yumsink or  literally “drink-victory”, meaning "bottoms up". It is also loosely used interchangeably as "cheers". And depending on the occasion, one doesn't necessarily take it for the surface meaning to empty the content in one go.Yumsink!

Time to Say Goodbye

(Leica D-Lux 5)

Quando sei lontana sogno all'orizzonte (When you're far away I dream on the horizon)

E mancan le parole (And words fail)

E io sì lo so che sei con me, con me (And, Yes, I know you're with me, with me)

Tu mia holiday mood tu sei qui con me (You, my holiday mood, are here with me)

Mio weekend tu sei qui con me, con me, con me, con me (My weekend, you are here with me, with me, with me, with me)

Tunnel Vision

(Leica D-Lux 5)For some shot, the photographer has to stand right there for the decisive moment, bearing all the embarrassment from meeting the inquisitive eyes of passers-by. But the waiting will pay off as the man with the cigarette through the right opening finally looked at me just when the outline of the passer-by in the shadow appeared fittingly on the left.

Office Politics

(Leica D-Lux 5) Murdered, cut into pieces and hung for public display... looks familiar huh?

Dead Serious

(Leica D-Lux 5)Look at their facial expressions and you know they are going to work… Isn’t that pathetic? There is a kinetic way of curing such a dead serious feeling. Stretch your arms, hold them above the head, clap and jump X 5. You’ll certainly cheer up. I learn this from a workshop in Dubai. Try it.

A Good Start

(Leica D-Lux 5)Nothing makes a better start like a good joke. Cheer up, and get ready.

Rest in Style

(Leica D-Lux 5)Today is Sunday. Take a good rest in whatever style that suits you.