A Visit to the Basketball Court

Ran around with joy when he knew I was going to bring him down for a walk
Ran around with joy when he knew I was going to bring him down for a walk

Evan in the lift

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Taking a fall for being careless and not watching his step




He was staring blankly into the water & I was about 2 metres from him. I held up my camera and he suddenly looked at me. I was shocked but pressed down on the shutter and he went back to staring at the water.


I used to be particular at how sharp my photographs turn out until recently, I realized it is how much I can bring out my subject that matters.

This photograph of my son, Evan, isn’t a sharp one: it’s not even in focus, but it sure brings a smile to my face whenever I see it.


Emo Thursday

Out for lunch at a Japanese restaurant in town now when I saw a mother out with her two kids. It immediately brought back fond memories of my parents bringing my siblings and I out for a meal together.

We would often go to a Japanese restaurant at Bugis Junction or sometimes, my Mom would bring us to Jack’s Place at Parkway Parade for steak and mushroom soup when my Dad was busy at work.

It seemed like only yesterday that I had my cha soba with some wasabi and a quail egg added into the dipping sauce. I also remember how I would add tobasco sauce over my escargots and downing it whole (less the shell of course).

Come to think of it, to bring three kids out once or twice a month for such food wasn’t cheap. But my parents never once held back on spending when it comes to food.

At this point of my post, I am almost tearing but since I am still in the restaurant, I controlled my emotions.

I just want to take this chance to say a big thank you to my parents for your love and for bringing us up.

Mom and Dad, I love you.

Your son,

Street Performer

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