This is a compilation of some of the shots of my girlfriend taken in Bukit Bintang during our trip to Kuala Lumpur.
This is a collection of snapshots from our trip to Bukit Bintang in KL earlier this year. I decided to post a series of colour photos after the previous monochrome set.
This series was shot earlier this year shortly after I got the Cosina Voigtländer Color-Skopar 21 mm f/4 P lens.
There are a lot of good food in Malacca. If you are going on the food trail there, be sure to have Peranakan cuisine on your list.
After the walk around the Dutch Square, we went to A Famosa. It is the oldest surviving European architectural remains in South-East Asia.
Impermanence is the way of life. Nothing lasts forever. Have no delusions about that. It might sound cliché to you but more often that not we tend to take things for granted.
The city of Malacca is home to many historic buildings and shophouses. We took a stroll around the the Dutch Square and along Jonker Walk.
I was in Malacca last August for a family gathering. My extended family is huge and it is a rare occasion for us to meet up in such a big group.
I have started writing longhand daily. Thoughts flow with my ink. I think before I write the next word. I have no doubt that I write better when I write by hand.
My partner Matt and his wife Felicia were in town for their pre-wedding shoot and the photographer was my buddy Daniel Ho.
What is the point of living? You probably have asked this question before. I have turned this question in my mind for years and several years ago, I found my meaning of life.
The latest blog post by Shawn Blanc reminded me of what it takes to be good at what you do: have good taste.
Many of us can be guilty of taking our eyesight for granted. I am no exception. That changed when I developed an eye infection about two years ago.
Authenticity, along with my recent muse on consistency and minimalism, has spurred me to post text-only entries.
My girlfriend graduated in February and I was invited to attend the ceremony. It was a good opportunity to bring my new lens out for a spin.
A few months ago, we had some down time and brought my niece out for her first badminton session. I took my Nikon D90 out of hibernation for a spin.
When I went back to Malacca for Chinese New Year this year, my aunt showed me some polaroid photos of my aunts and uncles when they were young.
It was the second Chinese New Year since the passing of my grandmother. I am still getting used to not having her around.