Muttering at departure gate

It’s 8:25pm and final call for boarding will be called soon. It’s already long day today and I am going to take a 9 hours night flight for to be landed at my destination. See you Sydney in two weeks. I will miss you 🙂 Hello Japan, stay still and here I come. I willContinue reading “Muttering at departure gate”

Dancing in the summer

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. Continue reading “Dancing in the summer”

A piece of work of the day 11

I haven’t touched any drawing tools after my last pastel workshop held on 17th of December and I just wanted to draw something, just something.  🙂 This was drawn ad-hoc, that I did not have any idea when started drawing.  This is the simply how it ended.  I seem want to draw something about aContinue reading “A piece of work of the day 11”

Weekly Photo Challenge: 2017 Favorites

Here are my 2017 favourites; the photos caught sunrise at Byron Bay Lighthouse in September.  I missed to catch but saw silhouette of whales and dolphins up and down on the ocean that took morning sunlight.  It’s like they were dancing. I took many photographs this year and I really like some of them, but eventuallyContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: 2017 Favorites”

Serene morning at the shrine

I would like to share a couple of more photographs out of decent amount that I took at Fujiyoshida Sengen Jinja shrine (富士吉田浅間神社), which I mentioned in my previous blog with a photo (here). It was a cold morning in early spring season and base areas of Mt. Fuji remained snow unmelted on the roadside.Continue reading “Serene morning at the shrine”

Weekly Photo Challenge: Ascend

This is my submission to this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Ascend. When I stepped into the centre of this tree bunch to look up above, it realised me how little me attempting to find out how big they are, its non-sense right. They live way longer than me and that’s enough to be respected thatContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Ascend”

Community

It was when I went to Leura Cascade in Blue Mountain National Park with a friend in one winter morning. It was around 7 am when I got the point, and there are only a couple of people I saw in the area. It was cold, drizzling, and sight was lost because of thick fogContinue reading “Community”