Archive for the macro Category


Posted in black & white, macro, nature on Thursday, November 8, 2007 by

always broken.



In The Wind…

Posted in black & white, macro, nature on Monday, August 13, 2007 by

… I am free.


Look on the Bright Side

Posted in macro, nature on Wednesday, July 25, 2007 by

No matter how dark or gloomy it is, there are always little things which add a dash of brightness and colour in our lives.


My First Macro

Posted in macro on Sunday, April 29, 2007 by

Asyraf taught me this neat trick he called “El-Cheapo Macro”, the poor man’s macro. I took the 50mm f1.8 reversed it and held it against the body of my camera. WOW! A little impractical but still fun nonetheless!

Can you guess what is it in the picture?



Water Drop Attempt

Posted in macro on Sunday, April 22, 2007 by

I was trying to take pictures of the water droplets bouncing upwards. It’s HARD especially when you are trying to balance a heavy camera on one hand to your eye while using the other finger to drop droplets of water into the cup. As you can see, I can’t even get the positioning right :p

I decided to show this anyways because it’s the closest to what I actually want to achieve haaha. Maybe I should go get a tripod :S


Stand out

Posted in macro, nature on Sunday, March 11, 2007 by

Don’t try too hard to stand out. Don’t be afraid to lose. Most importantly, don’t give up. With the right attitude, anything is possible. You don’t need to be the best to be a winner. Just be yourself. Life will take care of the rest.

These were some flower buds taken at sunset.



Posted in macro, nature on Wednesday, March 7, 2007 by



This is a picture of a blooming hibiscus taken on two separate days ( if I am not wrong). How patient are you in getting what you want? Be it something tangible like owning your first car, or something abstract such as a mind game with Mom who refuses to let you out past 11pm at night. If you find yourself on the losing side very so often, it is probably time to calm things down by simply being… patient.

A few days later…


“He that can have Patience, can have what he will”

Benjamin Franklin said it.