I have found where the ‘fairies’ live. They do have wings and they fly from one flower to another. They seem to enjoy every single moment. All shot with Olympus E-P3 and Olympus Zuiko 45mm f/1.8. Enjoy watching the ‘fairies’.
I have been shooting leaf since probably as long as I started photography about ten years ago. There is something about leaf that always attracts me to it. Maybe the colors, the textures, patterns, lines, etc. My 8 year old daughter and I spent some time shooting leaf this afternoon. She used my old Panasonic
Mobile photography of young banana leaf, shot with iPhone 4s using the 645Pro app. Minor post-processing was done on iPhone using the FilterStorm app.
Shot with iPhone 4s.
Canon 1D Mark IV and Canon 100mm f/2.8L IS Macro at the Botanic Gardens. The water droplets remind me to always appreciate every single little things I have in my life. Enjoy the photos. I then shot the same image above but purposely set the water droplets to be out of focus. I like the
Have you seen a grasshopper drinking water droplet? I shot it doing that this morning at the Botanic Gardens. It uses one of the front leg to scoop the water droplet and bring it to its mouth. I could see the action very clearly through my macro lens when it was doing that. See the
Grasshopper F: “Hey, can you please do it quickly? We are being photographed!!!” Grasshopper M: “It’s OK. We’ll be famous. And don’t move now!! Pause!! He is going to press the shutter button. We will be blur if we move.” Grasshopper F: “Shall I say ‘cheeeseeee’?” Grasshopper M: “No need, he won’t see our smiles.
A little different from what I have been posting lately, here are some shots of nature taken back in 2010 with my Canon 1D Mark IV and Canon 100mm f/2.8 IS Macro. All of them were taken at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Have you slowed down and watch the beauty of creation around you lately?
My apologies … I know it’s been a little quiet on this blog lately. I have had several events, both personal and work related which have kept me busy and did not have time to update this blog. Anyway, I am back. I shot these few weeks ago when I was waiting for the couple
I’ve always been fascinated by fallen dried leaves on the ground. There is something about them that I can’t explain that I always want to shoot them. Maybe it’s their simplicity. So, when you are strolling along the beach with your camera, don’t forget to look down. There could be lots of simple stuffs you
Kbal Spean is located in Cambodia, about 90 minutes ride from Siem Reap and then another 45 minute uphill trekking. It is also known as the valley of 1000 lingas. When the water is low or none at all during dry season, you can see clearly the beautiful carvings on the stones on the river