I had a chance to try out McDonald’s new Satay Burger Feast, a special menu for the upcoming National Day in Singapore.
Also, it is confirmed with chop that I am a Singaporean.
Read on to find out why…
I was very fascinated with stars while I was in Australia as I can actually see them even when I am in the city!
But it was the stars in the countryside that I love the most as they are the most beautiful.
Melbourne has some incredible weather in which the sky turns incredibly blue.
It is quite hard to describe this blue as we don’t really get this sky over at Singapore and to wake up to this blue sky is absolutely breathtaking.
For this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge, I picked an image I shot a while back ago with a compact camera; the Fuji X10.
I love how the silhouette of the people walking acts as a contrast and human element to the flood of light.
I visited the Great Ocean Road last year and really enjoyed the ocean spray that threatened to induce hyperthermia while I was at the shoreline.
I went back again this year and the beauty of the ocean never fails to amaze me.
To make things sweeter, I finally photographed a waterfall…
Shot my first Croatian wedding in Melbourne with the Leica M-E. It was a joy to work with but I discovered something about my M-E…
Count the shadows.
For god’s sake, remember. If you want to live, count the shadows.
From gorgeous flowing dresses, to stunning head pieces. It was a magical night at The Estelle Store in Invanhoe, Melbourne as Estelle gives us an intimate preview of her new collection. This is one post fashionistas do not want to miss!
Featuring a beautiful atmosphere and a great wine selection, the Melbourne Supper Club is a great place to relax after work. Since it opens till the wee hours of the morning everyday, it makes for a great late catch up bar with friends.
“DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition takes us into the extraordinary world of artists and filmmakers who have produced some of the most beloved and iconic animated films of the last twenty years. Showcasing DreamWorks Animation’s creative legacy from its first feature film Antz (1998) through to How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014), the exhibition feautures over 400 objects alongside seven immersive and interactive digital experience”