Welcome to my blog, my friends!!
After being abandoned for years, my blog is eventually set up. Thanks to the new templates, it is so much easier to arrange my blog the way I want to a much more acceptable degree. Well, now it may not be exactly the best, but I am sure it will definitely be better and I shall be more willing to spend more time and efforts here.
I really have to go farther down south to Nanwan the next time. It is funny that I have visited there less than five times - the only reason is that Fangshan always changes my on the way there.
I really have to keep my eyes on the road when passing Fangshan Coast.
I should be grateful at all times as long as I can still wander about and capture all kinds of beauties of nature.
We spent four and a half hours in Taiwan Literature Museum and did not at all notice that so much time had passed till we got out of the museum. What joy it was shooting in a beautiful place like that!!
I am proud and pleased to have a international-class museum in Tainan.
So please be kindly and patiently expecting my works on portraits!! They will be exactly the way I want them to be eventually, and of course, before long!!
The fiery clouds over the bridge form a beautiful circular shape but it was a shame that the tidal pool was not large enough to reflect it fully. Still it was one of the rarest occasions that have really excited me this year.
After being seriously struck by some great portrait photographers in Taiwan, I find it irresistibly fascinating and challenging to capture people to a unique and artistic level!!! I am NOT talking about shooting hired models but real people in my life, with natural light!
Four Weeds Beach, aka Shicao Beach, on a formidable leaden evening with awesome clouds overcasting the sea and in the distance on the horizon two fishing boats vaguely appear.
I used to spend hours every time I went to the beach standing in the sea water capturing waves and clouds and sky and everything that was there happening before me. Kind of crazy, I know! Yet this really helped a lot then.
Well, it was not at all the kind of view I had expected but this is what I managed to capture today!! That stretch of dark cloud was the only cloud there was in the sky today!! What was worse is that the entire beach seemed to have been hit by a tsunami - it was completely a disaster!!
Oh, I dropped and broke my flashlight on the way back to the car and then when I reached my car, I found one of the control handles of Manfrotto 3D Super-Pro Head fell off somewhere on the beach. Yet since I broke my flashlight too, plus it was bleach dark then, I gave up the idea of going back to search for the handle.