I don’t wanna leave this blog idling for too long. So, in order to keep it alive, I have decided to post one photo or so from time to time. (during this transition period) I dug this from my old archive. I shot this about a year ago, when I made a trip to KL last year.
It’s the last day of year 2009 now, at the time of writing, we’re less than 4 hours away from year 2010.
Unfortunately, I didn’t get to draft a ‘Year in Review’ entry before the year ends. Well, let’s make it a fixed entry after we usher in the new year. I’ve lined up the ‘New Year Resolution’ right after this entry. So, That entry is probably visible tomorrow.
To sign off the year, I’m posting this snap shot I took on the Christmas eve. I was wandering around the city area, hoping to look for more glitters and lights on the street. Well, the fact is, Kuching isn’t as nicely decorated as I thought it would be. Perhaps I really need to fly into the Lion City next year.
The Christmas decoration and glitter in Kuching aren’t as nice as the ones in Singapore. Not much to shoot around here in the city. Anyways, wishing all a blessed Christmas and a happy new year. Happy Holidays everyone.
Christmas is around the corner, and new year is coming soon. Have you thought about your new year resolution? How was your last year’s? It’s year end, and I’m getting bit tied up recently, partly, I’m making plans for year 2010. Hopefully 2010 is much better than this year (2009).
Here’s one shot I took recently, with the Ultra Wide Angle (Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6). Wide Angle is poisonous isn’t it? I would love to own one myself, someday.
I have just completed one of few projects I have got in hand, and I’m relieved that it’s all over now. The sound of applause from the guests are surely rewarding, and satisfying. That’s when you know your work is appreciated.
Anyways, there’re few agendas lining up for me already next weekend, and it’s gonna be yet another packed weekend for me. One of the exciting agenda for next weekend will be this event next Sunday (20 December 2009). My friend, Jon Chong, will be celebrating his homecoming with his debut album “State of My Mind”. Jon is currently based in Singapore, and he is blessed with his musical talent. Do check out more on his album and his performance this coming Sunday at 175º Café, Kuching.
Jon Chong's Homecoming at 175º Café
Here are the details of the event:
Time: 7:30pm – 8:30pm
Venue: 175º Café, Padungan Road, Kuching.
Here are a couple more shots from the day, and a video edit of their earlier years’ photos, as well as highlight of their ROM day on the 9th Sept ’09. I’ve uploaded the same video to both Facebook and Vimeo, but I’m choosing to post the one from Youtube. I think it takes lesser time to buffer the video from Youtube, compared to others. Vimeo was the slowest among the three hosts.