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Feb 21, 2014

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why thank you :D you just made my day <3

Feb 3, 2014 / 7 notes

Bicycles of Japan, (taken in Kagurazaka and Yanaka of Tokyo and Otaru, Hokkaido)

At the age of sustainable living propaganda, bicycles play an important role in manifesting and ensuring values of energy efficiency and green living. However, to my eyes, bicycles always mean memories of childhood parks, laughter, independence, and self actualization. I love looking at bicycles and imagining their relationship with their owners. It’s like a tradeoff of souls.

Jan 23, 2014 / 10 notes

Suburban gardens of Japan - A little cosmos of wonder

Jan 14, 2014 / 9 notes

Burma. A purist’s paradise.

Tidbits of Yangon. Particles, smiles, food, and grit that make the city magical.

Jan 14, 2014 / 3 notes

Burma.  A purist’s paradise. 

Series of sneak peaks of Yangon’s sceneries.

Jan 14, 2014

Burma. A purist’s paradise

There is nothing in Burma that felt strained, or unreal. Everything feels just the way reality should be. No humongous billboards depicting unrealistic standards of beauty, no loud advertisements advocating glamorous lifestyles. Everything is authentic. A purists’s visual and soulful paradise.

This place is where you can spare a few coins to buy bird food and feed the swarm of pigeons outside. In the hectic noise of the buses and passersby, the presence of these birds felt very soothing, like a sacred symbol that reminds locals and tourists of the value of life.

This is the place to try and understand the lives of others, the place to watch monks line up for food donations, the place to think and pause, underneath all the layers of activities happening around you. 

It’s also the place to be entranced, bombarded by a selected color palate of charming decay. The city breathes like its old. The paints peel from the buildings like skin. The people like a constant flows of wise stranger. Their smiles genuine and full of curiosity. 

Go to its temples, and circumambulate in the sunset. Let your bare feet touch the tiles underneath you, let them tell you their story. Feel the heat of the day dissipating and radiating from the golden stupas and stone carvings around you. Connect with the space, with the religious chants, with the people in constant prayers.

Burma is an icon. It is a tribute to the frugal life, to the past, to simplicity and non abundance. It’s a source of forgotten energy that might just help you find your path in the wandering seas of modern life.

Nov 8, 2013 / 1 note

Sydney. A tranquil change.

Nov 7, 2013 / 15 notes

Vietnam. A glitch in time.

Nov 7, 2013

Thailand, a veil of mystique

Jun 9, 2013

Melbourne: A love affair. A series of projections and interpretations of a city that i adore, but can’t have. This is Melbourne, from the eyes of an outsider.

#49. Vegie on Melbourne spring racing day

Jun 9, 2013 / 1 note

Bali, off the beaten path

Melbourne: A love affair. A series of projections and interpretations of a city that i adore, but can’t have. This is Melbourne, from the eyes of an outsider.
#48. Brunswick street on a sunny day
Jun 9, 2013

Melbourne: A love affair. A series of projections and interpretations of a city that i adore, but can’t have. This is Melbourne, from the eyes of an outsider.

#48. Brunswick street on a sunny day

Paris- Oh, Paris.
#1. Parisian women.
Jun 9, 2013

Paris- Oh, Paris.

#1. Parisian women.

Apr 13, 2013 / 3 notes
Prague. Floating in a dream-like state.
A place out of place, out of time, out of this world.
#6. I stood there waiting on almost 10 people passing by until i found this shot.
Sep 29, 2012 / 1 note

Prague. Floating in a dream-like state.

A place out of place, out of time, out of this world.

#6. I stood there waiting on almost 10 people passing by until i found this shot.