Docklands, Melbourne. Something about this shot just mesmerizes me, although I can’t exactly explain why. At first glance, I thought this shot was too dark. But this big, beautiful yacht seemed more majestic and sharp and the light reflections from the distant skyscrapers danced on the smooth and calm waters. Maybe this is too dark for my taste. But I can’t deny that it is beautiful.
Three words: Spring. Tulips. Friendship.
Taken at the 2014 Tesselaar Tulip Festival, Melbourne. Credits to my friend Christel, who willingly posed for this photo. 🙂
No, this isn’t real. But it’s eerily life-like I had to go around this particular display like a vulture at the National Gallery of Victoria to make sure they’re not breathing. Patricia Piccinini’s “The Carrier” is made of silicone, fibreglass, human and animal hair, and clothing. But aside from its almost-real appearance, what I found most intriguing about this exhibit was the meaning behind it. See full shot below.
There was no explanation so I’ll leave it to you to create your own meanings and metaphors. That is, after all, the point of art: to make us think and challenge our own perceptions.
Celebrating the 4th of July in Melbourne, Australia with a spectacular display of fireworks at Docklands.
Watch the waves crash against the tiny rocks against a backdrop of lush mountains and bluer than blue seas in Patapat Viaduct, Ilocos Norte, Philippines.
After a month-long hiatus due to the damage caused by Yolanda (Haiyan), I took a short trip to the northern part of Luzon to see for myself the 70-meter Bangui windmills in Ilocos. The long road trip up north was all worth it. Good for the eyes & good for the environment, too. 🙂