Korea Trip #10 (Final) – Street and Table Foods

Just before I departed for Seoul, Korea, I visited the owner of one of the local Korean restaurants.  I asked him what kinds of Korean traditional foods I should try, without hesitation he told me "street foods". During our stay at Seoul we were moving around on feet most time.  Going through Myeongdong, Dongdaemun, Gamcheon … Continue reading Korea Trip #10 (Final) – Street and Table Foods

Beautiful Companies

I usually get sleep-in on every Sunday Morning.  Then I got up, brewed a cup of coffee, turned on the stereo, sipping coffee and looking through the window. Our 1 - acre property has been attracting a lot of animals all year long.  Recently I have formed a habit to carry my DSLR with zoom … Continue reading Beautiful Companies

The Photos with Complementary Colors

This is the entry to "CEE’S COMPOSE YOURSELF PHOTO CHALLENGE: #17 Complementary / Harmonious Colors". The following photo was taken on Lunar New Year's Eve (Feb 7, 2016).  Those sanitation workers were collecting together and getting ready to sweep the streets.  I was moved by their dedication to a better appearance of my hometown while … Continue reading The Photos with Complementary Colors

I am not crying when missing you

Sometime at night I woke up with smile since I was missing you in my dream. Sometime on street I stopped my feet since I was missing you besides road. Sometime in snow I stared at sky since I was missing you among flakes. Sometime in darkness I recalled our stories since I was missing your in my soul. I was … Continue reading I am not crying when missing you

Two Third of Photo Frame

This is the entry to "CEE’S COMPOSE YOURSELF PHOTO CHALLENGE: WEEK #10 Using 2/3 of your photo frame". The following photo was taken along California Highway 1.  During post - adjustment, I placed the top of bridge about 2/3 of vertical height of frame, which reveal the detailed structure underneath the bridge, also bring part … Continue reading Two Third of Photo Frame

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It is never too late!

When we are getting older, and growing out of our innocent world, unconsciously we are losing another key characteristic – braveness and courage. This means that we are getting used to those things and the environments we have been building over years, and becoming hesitate or scared to try anything new or uncomfortable to us. … Continue reading It is never too late!

Those vertical “silky lines” in a waterfall

This is the entry to "CEE’S COMPOSE YOURSELF PHOTO CHALLENGE: WEEK #7 Vertical Lines". I have been practicing shooting waterfalls with low aperture and long exposure time in order to capture those vertical streamlines. Here are two of the photos captured last week (aperture: f14 - f16, shutter: 0.5 - 1 second, iso 100). When I … Continue reading Those vertical “silky lines” in a waterfall

The scape on window

This is my entry to "CEE’S ODD BALL PHOTO CHALLENGE: 2015 WEEK 46". Occasionally I like to place small objects on the window to take some photos, especially on the sunny day when sunlight is shinning bright through the window.  The following are five photos I took during last weekend. During post - adjustment, I … Continue reading The scape on window

Sunrise in late autumn

This is the entry to "CEE’S COMPOSE YOURSELF PHOTO CHALLENGE: WEEK #6 HORIZONTAL LINES AND HORIZON". I can't believe we are already in November!  At Minnesota it means that snowfall is just around corner.  There might not be so many warm sunrises left in this year. Here are couple of sunrise photos I snapped during … Continue reading Sunrise in late autumn