The St Kilda Pier in Melbourne, Australia is home to a colony of the tiniest penguin species known as the Eudyptula minor. It is the same species of penguins found on Phillip Island and they were first spotted making their homes among the rocks of the breakwater in 1974. […]
Willamstown is one of my favourite part of Melbourne. It features beautiful stretches of sand, is near the sea and home to killer fish and chips! (try Ocean Breeze Fish and Chips: 324 Melbourne Rd, Newport, VIC, 3015) The last time I was there, it was winter and the sky had a […]
Thaipusam happens on the full moon in the Tamil month of Thai. On this day, thousands of Hindu Devotees honors Murugan, the son of Shiva and Parvati. It is believed that on this day, Parvati presented a spear to Murugan to vanquish an evil demon and combat its […]
I shoot gigs like once a year during Baybeats. But for this guy? Any day. call me maybe?
This season, I was tasked to do head-shots of the choir committee. My ‘goal’ for head shots is to make my subject look confident and approachable and something that I picked up a while back is that telling someone to smile is not going to work. Neither is telling […]
You know the speed of light; so what is the speed of dark? I got back from Bangkok about a week ago and had been incredibly busy ever since. what’s new Its December now and it is amazing how time seem to tick by me. Soon the year will […]
A person can grow only as much as his horizon allows. John Powell What will you create today?
With Deepavali/ Diwali fast approaching, Little India has been transformed into a daily bazaar selling all kinds of trinkets and clothes. I took some time on Saturday to take a short stroll so here is a glimpse of the streets… Happy early Deepavali everyone! Bonus picture:
A couple of weeks ago was the Singapore Night Festival 2013; a spectacular showcase of music and the arts. There were plenty of free performances, light shows, art installations and you even get to enjoy free entry to the museum’s exhibition during that weekend. I’m a little late […]
The Art of Seeing and Ways of Approach is a Leica Akadamie workshop conducted by Mathias Heng. I tagged along for the workshop and had fun looking at the surprised faces of participants as they watched the way Mathias work around his subject. It was a nice refresher […]