2015 – A travel flashback

YouTube already published its ‘YouTube Rewind‘ (and for the record, I wasn’t very impressed with it, at least when compared to last year’s) and then there was Facebook’s ‘2015 Year in Review‘.

DJ Earworm has the 2015 mashup already ready. Daniel Kim’s part 1  and part 2 videos are ready.

And then I was wondering what am I actually waiting for ? Why don’t I start with the compilation of my travel photographs for this year. I tried making a video using Stupeflix , but for some reason, it didn’t come out well. So I just reverted back to the slideshow version of the photographs here, which showcases the photograph in a better resolution. Got around to selecting 30 photographs from I-dont-know-how-many photographs I took over the year. Jeez, it isn’t easy at all, to pick and choose a couple of them to represent a place you have been to. But then here they are. Let me know what you think.

Now, this truly makes me feel that we are almost too close to the end of this year.  Can’t wait for the new year , which brings with it more opportunities to travel to possibly new places and to click more and better photographs 🙂

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World Photo Day!

August 19th is considered World Photo Day! (And we are already on 19th in this part of the world) According to the site, here is what World Photo Day might mean to individuals.

World Photo Day for Individuals

Celebrating World Photo Day doesn’t have to be a big affair. Each year, many photographers choose to take time out to reflect on what they love about photography. Some choose to stay in and learn new post techniques whist others adventure out to capture that elusive photograph. You can even celebrate photography on your morning walk as you ponder what the world would look like without photography.

So instead of trying to come up with my own explanation, which I am not very good at, I thought I would rather use an existing quote. Happy World Photo Day to all 🙂 and Happy Clicking!


“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place…I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”
― Elliott Erwitt