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January 28-31: Stars, friends&fam, Chinese New Year

By now you’ll have noticed that I am terrible at posting daily… I’ll have to make do with batch thankfulness posts :P [Jan. 28] The sky was so clear and dark you could see all the stars. It was so beautiful, and it was warmer than usual, so I tried to capture a few pics … Continue reading

January 10-12: Jireh Camp

This weekend, I was away on a retreat with the university fellowship of my church (Jireh). It was a great time of bonding, sharing, laughter and tears. I am so thankful to God that everyone was able to open up and be vulnerable to each other in both small and big group discussions/sharing times – … Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreign

I visited Israel as one leg of my Middle East trip in September. This is the Damascus Gate in Old Jerusalem. It’s such a juxtaposition between ancient, 2000+ year old city walls and modern railing, steps, and people walking in and out in business suits. Not to mention the languages I heard around me: Hebrew, … Continue reading

define: photographer

In the past few years, the explosion of DSLR technology has enabled many people to call themselves amateur photographers, or even start businesses as “professional” photographers. Many of them depend solely on the camera’s features and Photoshop to produce “great” pictures, with no knowledge of what makes a good photo. Growing up with a father who has … Continue reading

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