Concrete, steel, colours, lines. A photographic appreciation of a train station.
Framing makes it interesting. This simple technique can dramatise a scenery or draw your attention to simple images like wispy clouds.
Journeys are made by the people we meet. I’ve had the pleasure of visiting Syria in a moment of peace and meeting its wonderful people. This posting comes on the heels of some sad news – the death of our driver Mohamed and his wife. It’s my tribute to all Syrians caught up in the current civil war.
MINI cars are so cute and spunky they don’t need sexy babes draped over them to make a sale. Well, that’s what I think. I have never been to an…
These photos are taken with a Digital Harinezumi, a lomo camera. It fits in the palm of my hand, so it’s really handy to carry around in my bag. Plus, it…
Chinese New Year decorations are usually very loud and best put away after the festive season. These however, have an old world beauty that outlasts the festive season.
Some pictures are better in black and white.
Goodbye 2012 and all the bad things that happened. Hello 2013, I’m looking forward to better days ahead.
Nature is in the details. Many are taken in by the grandeur of Petra, but look closer and you’ll be rewarded by the sheer beauty and intricacy of time and…
I love old doors. Bright, colourful doors. Craggy, split wood, rusty locks and the wonder of what or who is behind them. These are taken on a walk around the Penang Heritage area, mostly along Armenian Street.