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Showing posts from December 2, 2012

Tai Chi Rivals

(Sony A55)

A friend of mine from OZ staying with me for the first time was amazed to find people doing Tai Chi in the park my flat is overlooking. It's always through the eyes of strangers to a place which reminds us of the interesting things happening so habitually to be aware of.

The inversion is deliberate. This perspective is exactly what the photographer is seeing with a cold and a dizzy head.  Have a nice day you guys!

A Cut Above

(Leica D-Lux 5)
Hah, even the mailbox knows how to go about it -- get into the management.

Night Market

(Leica D-Lux 5)Enjoy!

Arise, Workers of the World

(Leica D-Lux 5)

Even workers of the underworld have started working for a while! Arise, arise, arise!


(Leica X1)The Leica X1 with its slow-ish noble-esque overelaborated-like focusing is not my first choice for shooting in the street. But its lens' optical quality is really endearing. Taken together, these characteristics of the camera make it the main tool for recording the life of my family and relatives where there are more room for sizing up and tweaking for the final image.She is my granny, looking desolate in the home for the aged.