Archive for January 2013

Love Birds.

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Last Sunday E-Jia and Mark came down to Bristol to have a short visit. It's great having to see them again, and visiting The Suspension Bridge for the third time didn't make it any less interesting. I especially love to see the lovely love birds having their wonderful time. There's this kind of tacitness among lovers that always makes me feel warm. I have made an appointment to get an official couple shoot done in June with them when I can finally get back to Malaysia. You can tell I'm excited! 

Also many thanks to my girlfriends for the company and joy. I can't ask for more! 


Wishing your day to be as beautiful as these tulips. 

love, M

Gear: Nikon D7000 + Nikkor 50mm portrait lens; Editing: Photoshop Curve, Rivers and Rain

Let It Snow!

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That morning of January 18th was filled with joy. I was awakened by housemates excitedly telling me that it started snowing outside. The feeling was truly magical when I opened the curtain and a beautiful snow scene greeted me. It all happened over the night, and the snow ground was so thick shoes went lost in sight! I put on my winter coat and went to have some fun outside the house. The all-white atmosphere was too romantic I couldn't even... 


Despite the fact that the ground's become very slippery and we have to walk really carefully, the snow still gives me a very good feeling. At least it's the only thing rewarding as a trade for the unbearable chill! 

Wishing you a lovely day ahead x

love, M

Gear: Nikon D7000 + Nikkor 50mm portrait lens + Tamron 10-24mm wide angled lens; Editing: Photoshop Curve, Ambers 

Scotland.

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It felt really great to be back. I still remember the beauty of cherry blossoms along the road and the magnificent Edinburgh Castle, everything reminded me of the great time I had with my mother 2 years back. This winter, I wrapped myself really tight and walked the path all over again. This time, with friends, it's a whole new kind of experience, I think we had too much fun! A wanderer is the happiest man. 


We had hailstones the moment we stepped in the castle. It was exciting! 


I always always love the view outside the window. Sometimes when my camera isn't swift enough, I build a composition with my eyes and virtually capture and save it in my memory.


St. Andrew's


Glasgow


Riverside Museum with loads of vintage vehicles! Mad love.. 


And so, after a month of sweet break, school finally started. I long for the next vacation though! :) 

Wishing you a lovely Tuesday x 

love, M

Gear: Nikon D7000 + Nikkor 50mm portrait lens + Tamron 10-24mm wide angled lens; Editing: Photoshop Actions, Goldfinch + Photoshop Curve, Ambers + Photoshop Actions, Honeybear + Photoshop Curve, Rivers and Rain

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