This was the card i made for my friend’s birthday back in June.
I brought some remaining wrapping papers or origami craft papers I collected, cut or hand cut them into small small pieces, then glued them randomly filling the inside of the heart template.Such a fun experimental work as it got.💕
When I go to Tokyo, catching sunrise / sunset is somehow a bit harder (just) for me as a subject, and catching lights are a bit easier.
Here are photographs out of which I caught in one early evening at Shinjuku. I’m glad to be able to tick off a name in my ‘list of spots to photograph’.
Being said, I hope to be back there once again in a little earlier time which I expect some afternoon light will dye the background in orange / gold. I am not sure if I can make a time for, or the name of the spot will be left on my list without tick. 😉
Anyway, I will close this post for now as it will make no sense to continue writing with unreasonable concern.
The drawing work for the second piece has been done, and my impulse eagerness for drawing works to be done is settling down for now. Well, this is sequel blog from the previous one. 🙂
It was a bit experimental work to be done for me, but I find that the work has a hint of frangipani behind the colouring, likely because frangipani flowers that I have with me which I had taken some of them seen as fallen on the ground.
And I made a face with all of the pieces placed beside me while I was working. 🙂
Since a couple of days ago, a sort of image flashed in my head and I urged to push it out. So today was a kind of perfect day for it. Outside was fair which was ok for a Sunday, but it was not that good because of that heavy wind blown all day and which annoyed me enough to get out.
…Ok, ‘something’ in my head was got out.
Not sure if the outcome was really after as I had imagined.
Not sure where this piece could mark as complete or could develop further.
The below is a snapshot of my work in progress.
A complete work has been uploaded on Facebook and Instagram, so it will be more than appreciated if you could take additional seconds to quickly peek in!
I was photographing water flows at Maroubra beach, NSW, while I was waiting for a person to come.
This beach is a rare spot to visit once in a while so it was a fun photography time for me.
This shot was taken near Mahon pool, the rock pool located north side of Maroubra beach. First I would have stopped by and just photographed some shots of seashore, however, I was completely fascinated by water flows, waves rolled in, breaking…. Gosh, my addict to watching flow of water stuck me at the spot pushing me to keep releasing shutter for taking many shots. 🙂
The top image is my submission to this wee Leanne Cole’s ‘Monochrome Madness’ for this week. She opens her space for other photographers’ monochrome works every Thursday. Please stop by to check or participate in for coming week. Details are on her page.