Taken on 30/03/11
Taken at 青青草原
Taken on 30/03/11
合歡山 is a is a 3,416 metres (11,207 ft) high mountain in Central Taiwan.
Snow, rare in the rest of Taiwan, is relatively common on the mountain during winter months.
Originally, there was a ski lift on the mountain, but later, due to the inconsistency of snowfall, the lift was removed.
Hehuanshan is part of the Central Mountain Range (中央山脈) that makes up the backbone of Taiwan.
Taken at 01/01/11 at “Secret Garden”
It was a awesome outing with my usual shooting kakis. We was suppose to shoot first sunrise for 2011
but didn’t manage to cos the sun direction was off and very cloudy. But still, it was a great outing with best company.
A great thanks to our driver Yongxian & Niko and Soon haur for bring us to his Secret Garden.
Hope everyone have a good year ahead. Happy New Year everyone ^ ^
Taken on 31/07/10 at Phuket
I was away for a short trip for my birthday celebration for my birthday with my best friends.
Although the weather wasn’t the best for shooting and everything was so last min, but seem like luck is on my side, everything turn out great 🙂
I had to travel light, so i just bring along my trusty Contax 28mm f2.8 and Canon 50mm f1.4 for the trip but mostly shoot using 28mm range.
Beaches are fine, foods are great and the companions are awesome. Will be looking forward to another trip in Oct.
More pictures coming ^ ^
Taken on 09/08
Been a long time since i travel with my whole family, at least 10 years ago.
We decided on a family trip to Hokkaido and Tokyo.
It’s a beautiful country to visit, lot of scenery with great foods. Hope to visit it again somedays.
One of the places where you can rent a bicycle
A Dog view
A Dog Life
Wonder what those for?
The ride home
Taken on 11/04/10
It was a moody and raining day :(, hope to go there again on a good weather day.
Went over for a cycling trip with my besties.
Pulau Ubin is a small island (10.19 km²) situated in the north east of Singapore, supported a few thousand settlers on Pulau Ubin in the 1960s, but only about a hundred villagers live there today. It is one of the last rural areas to be found in Singapore, with an abundance of natural flora and fauna.
Legend has it that Pulau Ubin was formed when three animals from Singapore (a Frog, a Pig and a elephant) challenged each other to a race to reach the shores of Johor. The animals that failed would turn to stone. All three came across many difficulties and were unable to reach the shores of Johor. Therefore, the elephant and pig together turned into Pulau Ubin whilst the frog became Pulau Sekudu or Frog Island.