After graduation we had a couple of days to spare so we went to that same parrot feeding place one last time. Boy, I enjoyed the look on my girlfriend’s face when the parrots started landing on her.
I miss those times.
Ah, I miss this view from the 32nd floor. Need I say more?
This photo, which was also taken at Mount Dandenong, is of a Dad who was taking a picture of his children feeding the birds. He seems pretty oblivious of the fact that there’s a parrot…sitting on this head. Lol.
This photo was taken at an open park in Mount Dandenong a few months back. The little boy in the background was actually feeding these parrots, but when he ran out of bird food he decided to shoo them all away. I consider this to be a pretty lucky shot.
Another five-day catch up this week cos I’ve been under the weather. This photo is of the Macs I’ve used circa 2004-present. From left to right, I’ve got my 12″ iBook G4, my black 13″ Macbook (aka Blackbook) and my current 13″ Macbook Pro. I’ve always been a Mac fan and always will be. It’s interesting to note that although naturally being slow and unable to keep up with today’s apps, the iBook G4 is actually still running and has never failed on me.
As a homage to these systems, I set the wallpaper for the three Macs to the OS X Panther, Leopard and Snow Leopard default wallpaper respectively. Technically the Blackbook originally ran on OS X Tiger, but who cares anyway.
Mmhmm, you know this post was coming. Pretty apt for the 14th of February, even though by the time I posted this the clock hit 12.01am, damn! Anyway, this is of a wooden heart that my girlfriend gave to me. She’s got one for herself too. Phew, I finally completed all the catch-up entries I needed to do. Score!
Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! 🙂
Although there’s a photo of these statues in a group a few entries back, I felt this shot was cool cos HDR just brings out the shininess of the texture. Somehow, it also makes the statues look like they’re separate from the Louis Vuitton background. I like.
This shot was taken at the fountain outside Ngee Ann City (Takashimaya). The sculpture kinda looks like there are three dancers moving around, if you look closely.
I particularly like this picture cos HDR managed to accentuate the blue colour of the mall, making it stand out in comparison to ION beside it.
This is the view of the main foyer of the ION mall taken from below. Love how HDR brings out the colours of the reflections in the glass. This kinda looks like the Mothership from Independence Day, somehow.