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I was given this link by Rachel ealier. It is one of the most amazing stop motion I’ve ever seen. Well I am not sure if this is a commercial or just a work done by a group of professionals. But it’s brilliant! Enjoy!

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I saw something really interesting in the kitchen this afternoon that made me ran to my room in light speed to grab my camera! What was it that I saw?

 This sardine’s head. 😀

After that I continued my journey of photography around the kitchen, and these are the things I capture along my journey. 

   To me, water is the most interesting to photograph. I am not too sure how to put this in words but everytime you snap a photo of  water, its different.   

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After 2 months of waiting, finally I received my polaroid supercolour 635!
I do not have the film with me now, but the glass is real clean and it looks new to me!

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I went to the car boots sale yesterday morning and got myself this….

ZEISS IKON NETTAR

 The exterior of this system is good but with some minor scratches that could only be seen from a close range.

 The glass is clear, shutter seems to work at the accurate speed, but the aperture doesn’t seem to work. Servicing is needed, so if any of you out there (around UK) knows where I can get it fixed, do let me know. Thanks!!

 This camera is well-kept in the leather case hence the cleanness of the body and I bought this for a surprising £2!!

I wouldn’t want to bore you with too much information about this camera, but if you are interested you can read it here.

Thanks for viewing!

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Is your room too empty? Want to decorate your house with wildlife photographs? Then don’t hesitate to check out Nick Bandt’s gallery here!! You can choose the photos you like and just order your print! 😀

To be honest I was never interested in looking at wildlife photographs, because it is always the same old thing. But Nick Bandt changed everything, I actually spent my time looking through photo by photo and it is amazing! Credit goes to Ryan Lee Bhaskaran for giving me Nick’s website. 😀

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The day after Ryan’s bike got stolen, both of us went for a drinking spree. The first sip of alcohol was around 3pm and since then, we never stopped. I knew Ryan was very upset about his bike and I was too ( I don’t have a cycling buddy anymore). By 8pm, both of us were already high enough to do whatever we wanted to do. That was when we decided to go for a bravery walk into a long path leading straight to St.Albans. That was the path that we tried cycling in one night, but we were too scared to carry on. But this time, its ghost buster time! We packed our stuff and head toward “The Path”.

night light (Medium) The Path is so dark that our only light source that night was the moon. Well we do have ONE torch light with us but the battery was weak so we kept it for emergency.

exit (Medium) I am not too sure where this path heads to but I am sure it’s an exit. We decided not to quit so we carried on.

only one (Medium) The moon had an assistant, the one light that says “you are on the right track”. After that, our irises grew larger again to fit the dark condition.

the pond (Medium) Finally we got where we wanted to go, we spent about 2 minutes there and it started raining heavily. Those heavy drops forced us to pack our gadgets and we ran for cover.

branches (Medium) We got under a bridge and spent almost 2 hours while waiting for the rain to stop. The dark road you see in the picture, that was where we came from.

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