Driving on the Middle Ring Road 2 in KL heading towards Gombak, it is inevitable that you would encounter a sight from the highway of the Hindu shrines known as Batu Caves, with the imposing Hindu deity Murugan standing tall at the bottom of 272 flights of stairs leading up to the mouth of the […]Read more "Visiting Malaysia: The beauty of Batu Caves"
I admit I don’t have much of a green thumb, but if my cayenne chilies are anything to go by then I’m not doing too bad 🙂 Which is why it was great to see so many exhibitions teaching people the best techniques to grow their garden, whether for aesthetics or for production, and all […]Read more "Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show 2015"
Although it wasn’t spectacular, it was still worth checking out White Night 2015 this year (it’s my first time). Compounded by the crazy crowd numbers and the heat, it wasn’t the most pleasant experience. But what I did see was actually quite good – I think if there’s anything that I learnt is that I’ll […]Read more "White Night 2015"
Melbourne based urban artist RONE (a.k.a. Tyrone) has been in the urban art scene for a while now – starting with stencils in 2001, his pieces have adorned walls around the world, and has been in a number of exhibitions globally. His latest exhibition, Lumen, held in Melbourne (for more details, visit: http://r-o-n-e.com/), showcases his […]Read more "Urban Art Collection: RONE"
These zombies sure know how to pick an awesome day for shuffling! 🙂 This is the first time I’ve been to this annual event and it didn’t disappoint! The effort put into the costumes and how well it was organised resulted in a great display of the undead shuffling their way through Treasury Gardens to […]Read more "2014 Melbourne Zombie Shuffle"
In winter, it’s usually dark when I arrive at work and by the time I leave work it’s the same. If I had the D600 this shouldn’t be too much of a concern but with the Fuji X100s it does tend to search for a focus lock a lot more in low light situations. So […]Read more "Got to love daylight savings"
These were taken a while back, walking around after work to unwind. No matter how many times I’ve walked around this beautiful city, there’s always something new to capture. With Uni winding to a close and with a bit more spare time on the weekends, I’m going to continue with some of the series I’ve […]Read more "Walking around Melbourne"
At first I thought that I had the wrong camera for the day… I had to come into work on the weekend so didn’t want to carry anything more than just my laptop and my Fuji X100S and then decided to take a break by heading to the Oz Comic Con to take some photos. […]Read more "Oz Comic Con – 35mm Portraits"
There are so many interesting characters in Paris but they all have something in common: they all seem to be so casual, almost to the point of idyllic, that I also fell into that mode even after only a few days there. They enjoy watching life pass by whilst sipping their coffee, taking long walks […]Read more "Sights of Paris: People of Paris"
Hope this explains the hiatus! I’ve just come back from Paris and it is such a beautiful city. The architecture is stunning, and there are plenty to capture in the streets. This is the first batch of photos highlighting the awesome architecture in this city. From the iconic Eiffel Tower, the majestic Sacre Coeur and […]Read more "Sights of Paris: The architecture"