Hello everyone! Wow, it’s been ages since I last did a photo challenge. I do apologise, and in all honesty, I feel absolutely guilty about it ><
So, here are my entries for this week!
This first photo was taken in the library on the 8th floor at my university. Bored as hell from the countless pages of readings, I was inspired to actually take a moment and ponder upon the view which I had totally ignored.
An early morning start at university. The view itself helped keep me motivated to finish a couple of readings before my first tutorial.
The next photo was actually taken the next day, after my girly cravings kicked in early in the morning. Green tea latte with waffles drizzled with chocolate sauce? Why the hell not?
The next morning, I decided to spoil myself…no regrets ><
So, I hope you all enjoyed this week’s entry, and I will be back next week with my next one (hopefully!)
It hasn’t been long since my last entry for the weekly photo challenge due to me being TRULY delayed and everything but this time I am on schedule (lol)
This week’s theme is “One shot, Two ways”, which means that the photographer has to take a photo in both a horizontal and vertical view. My entry this week was taken during my trip to Melbourne with my family early this year. When my sister and I visited the State Library of Victoria, I had taken a photo of the “La Trobe Reading Room”. The layout of the room was just breathtaking, and to think that it was found in the actual library is truly amazing.
La Trobe Reading Room (Landscape)
La Trobe Reading Room (Portrait)
So, hope you all enjoyed this entry and I’ll see you all next week!!
So this week’s topic is “foreshadow”. Below is a photo that I had taken this morning. Whilst finishing off some homework, I had ordered a Green Tea Latte for the first time. It was absolutely gorgeous and I knew that I was in for a fantastic ride. The coffee foreshadowed a very progressive yet distracting study session.
Thank you all for reading and I hope to see you all next week!!
Hi guys! Firstly, I have to apologise since I didn’t do a post for the photo challenge last week. It was just too busy for me and I didn’t get a chance to go out and find “inspiration”. I figured that since I was inspired to take anything last week, then there was no point to taking part of the challenge. And to be honest, my idea for the theme didn’t really work out since my actual “companion” doesn’t exactly exist anymore… So yeah, so sorry about that ><
Anyway, this week’s theme is “The Golden Hour” – the first and last hour of sunlight of the day. Below is a photo that I had taken on my Melbourne trip during the beginning of the year(I took a lot, I know ><) This was when the sun had started to set over Melbourne. I was back in my hotel room getting changed to go out with the family for dinner since the sun started to set at around 8 at night! The quality is, yes, terrible but the photo itself I believe was so beautiful.
The sunlight felt amazing. Sadly, the window couldn’t open so I couldn’t take a better photo ><
So yeah, hope you all enjoyed this week’s entry, and I hope to see you all again next week!! Talk to you all soon~~
Hi guys! This week’s photo challenge theme is “fleeting”. It was pretty tough but what I interpret “fleeting” is through nature but more specifically, the clouds.
Clouds have always been something that I always take photos of when I am bored. One day when I was coming back from uni, I looked up at the chilly sky and the clouds looked like the ones down below. The sunset in the background looked wonderful, and the disperse of the clouds looked so delicate, as if it was a painting.
The clouds looked so delicate and it spread all across the sky
However, about a minute later, the clouds moved away so quickly due to the cold winds and it looked like this at a different angle. Waiting for the bus only took 3 minutes, but these clouds didn’t even last for about a 1/3 of that time. Fleeting to me means transience, a moment which is short-lived. Yet, it was beautiful while it lasted.
It still looked cool but the clouds had dispersed so quickly…how did it happen so fast?
So, here is my entry for this week’s challenge! I hope you all enjoyed, and I’ll talk to you soon~~
When I went to Melbourne for my first ever trip on a plane (yes, prior I have never been even close to an airport!) with my family at the beginning of the year, we came upon a famous tourist attraction called the “12 Apostles”. It is a beautiful location at the coast of Melbourne, and the view was breathtaking. However, while I was walking on a bridge to get to the location, I came upon this sign:
Sister tapped me on the shoulder and ordered me to take a photo of it…no regrets ><
Now, my sister and I look upon it and just chuckle. As some people say, “The sign says it all” lol!
First time ever doing the weekly photo challenge, and I absolutely LOVE the concept. It’s great, not too demanding and very unique. Can’t wait for next week!
Hope you all have a lovely day and I’ll see you soon~~