Thursday, April 27, 2006


I like this picture especially.

How exciting?

You can just imagine how excited I am to see this site day after day after day... after day.... Carlos suggested that I take a picture looking outward - more of real life.

Monday, April 24, 2006

pas de comment.

Sunday, April 23, 2006

A juxtaposition - modern order and the chaos of nature leading to the eventual demise of modern orderliness.

Saturday, April 22, 2006

I like the birds demeanor in the picture especially - here's a close-up. I guess a 70mm lens can really take you places.

The angle of attack on this bird is incredible. Out of the images I've taken last week, I really like this one. What do you think?

Funny how everyday I go to lab and want to see this view of the tech building. Not because it's beautiful, but because I know I can have fun now. Ironically, I think there's a man passed out in the middle of the courtyard - could be a struggling student or a photography, nah.

Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Many can sympathize with this. Seems like everyone puts this message on

Long road ahead, full of great shadows.

Wednesday, April 12, 2006


Further proof Spring is finally on it's way.

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

This is right outside my lab.

Sunday, April 09, 2006

Finally, a day to relax and enjoy my camera. This is the first of many. A CIA agent from the southeast joined me - I think he might be contributing soon.

Saturday, April 08, 2006

This singaporian photographer is incredible!

I used to prize these birds everytime I saw them... now here at this locale I see them right outside the dungeon I have to work at. I'll have to kick out the primes to start taking more pictures of these.

I posted the non-post-processed version of this. This is the post-processed version of this. The detail is emphasized. Yes, it was a real tornado. Never thouched down though, which can be a good thing. Right?

Shifting through pictures - I gotta say, this image summarizes my interests - photographically. Sad thing, I sold the darn lens because it had dirt and Nikon Grease Fungus growing in it... and that it was from 1972. I'll buy the cheap chinese version of the f/1.4 50mm lens in the coming days - I'll have to sell some other useless lens of mine (which I will eventually regret). This interest is so regressive!

And we end this binge and winter with this image... farewell... I hope all other winters shall stand in the shadows of this one. It was horrible.

Friday, April 07, 2006

I had the pleasure of talking to a photographer from Singapore today. He's incredible. Here's one of his works he delighted me with.

Saturday, April 01, 2006

I'm desperately waiting for these to show up on lawns everywhere! I took this picture when I was starting digital photography with my CP5000 - can't believe I used that camera.