Posts Tagged ‘Clouds’

This shot was taken with a Nikon D700 in Singapore, 2010.

It was the crossover from 2009 to 2010 and Tangshooters were at their regular night walk for this crossover through CBD. This shot was taken and processed in PS to give the overall dynamic and surreal feel that the skycraper is reaching for the skies.

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An impromptu sunset shoot, considering gloomy weather and almost zero chance of colors in skies, I am glad I took a bet against the weather knowing that it really love playing with my feelings. Lol…

Me and Billy head down this area after my suggestion, welcomed by a sudden stroke of lightning flash and thunder ripping through the skies, sending families at Popeye’s went scrambling into their cars and shelters and scaring children till tears. In my mind that time, I was thinking, that’s it man. Another day where the weather decided to toy with me again. Well after we cross the bridge, we saw the orange glow and after 20minutes, the transition to fiery red skies makes me smile again.

Sharing some shots on this gloomy turned fiery evening.

Punggol Sunset Pano #1

1859HRS
Punggol Sunset 270511 #1

I thought ooo, it was the end as the colors faded.
Punggol Sunset Pano #2

Comes a surprising 10mins… starting at 1912HRS
Punggol Sunset 270511 #2

1913HRS
Punggol Sunset 270511 #3

Strange how the light cuts off here but thats the way it is…
Punggol Sunset Pano #3

1916HRS. The peak of this transition with awesome lighting.
Punggol Sunset 270511 #4

Cooling off at 1918HRS.
Punggol Sunset 270511 #5

Homebound…
Punggol Sunset 270511 #6

This shot was taken with a Nikon D700 in Fremantle, Western Australia, 2009.

A hot afternoon in Fremantle. I fell in love with Fremantle for its slow paced lifestyle, the fish&chips @ Cicerellos, the coffee, and last but not least, the markets. I can totally let go and relax with a cup of coffee and a sandwich the whole morning here before going to the markets to do my shopping. How I wish I could do it again. Probably next year. Lol…

This shot was taken with a Nikon D700 at Cape Leuwinn Lighthouse, Western Australia, 2009.

116 years of this lighthouse and given a fresh coat of paint but still, here it stands, against the test of time. Long exposure shot and what I did was a bit of photoshopping to the left side with a flip of the right to make it seem immensely symmetrical.

This shot was taken with a Canon G10 in Tiger Leaping Gorge, Yunnan, China, 2009.

This was taken after we reached the lower portion of TLG (Tiger Leaping Gorge) in midst of rain and driver navigating through rough terrain with risk of landslides. Tina’s Guesthouse is one of the stops that most backpackers would camp by for the night after taking the high trek. Took the trek in 2007 and in 2009 we passed by this zone but never stayed. It’s amazing how the bridge linked across the ferocious gorge below and remained functional over the years in the midst of horrendous weather and climate. Set with the background of mountains and clouds, this is indeed a link to the heavens.

This shot was taken with a Canon G10 in Tiger Leaping Gorge, Yunnan, China, 2009.

This was taken after we reached the lower portion of TLG (Tiger Leaping Gorge) in midst of rain and driver navigating through rough terrain with risk of landslides. The meandering rivers, and plateaus, complemented by the mountains in the background make just a picturesque landscape even with my G10.