Like a dream

When you played a video just because of its still image on Youtube.

You’ve never known or listened to this artist before.

You didn’t expect anything.

And when the song turned out to be such a beautiful song.

The video looked so good.

You felt ‘Like a dream’.

The tiny plane

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This morning, I looked at the sky as usual from a car park. The sky and the cloud motivated me to take out iPhone for photography. I tried to snap a lot of photos before leaving my car and I could capture that tiny plane (compared with the wide sky) by chance. It was an exactly accidental moment.

I used Hipstamatic with ‘Jane’ lens and ‘BlackKeys SuperGrain’ film. Typesetter was the app I chose for blog credit and resize. I also applied the ‘Mono’ filter from iPhone’s native photo app for the final touch. The photo responded to Phoneography Challenge: Black and White

Trailers

I love watching movie trailers, just for the sake of it. Sometimes, I might watch only trailers but never proceed to see the movies. I don’t know whether it is a good or bad habit. But this is my favourable activity that I’d like to do during my free time apart of other favourite things.

I’ve watched many trailers so far and I might have posted some of them that I liked on this blog. Anyway, there are trailers of old films that I still think of them as my most favourite ones. The 1st one that came to my mind was ‘The Social Network’, a film based on Facebook founder’s life (true or untrue, just leave as that). I think this trailer was powerful within two and a half minutes especially lyrics of its soundtrack ‘Creep’, an original version by Radiohead but magnificently covered by Scala & Kolacny Brothers (Belgian Women’s Choir). It really made me want to watch this film which I did and I loved it.

For the next trailer, my tears just fell down while watching it. I never see the full movie. It seems to be good but sad too. So I don’t know I want to see it or not.

Another trailer that I think of was for Once. I think this movie has very beautiful soundtrack and the trailer was good in using the songs to penetrate the hearts of audiences.

I think there will be more trailers that I will see in the future and of course I might fall in love some of them like the above three that I’ve written in this post. {This post is an entry for TTT-Challenge by Frizztext}

The action

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My Best Photo of the Week (MBPOTW) Challenge – Week12

Last Sunday, my colleagues and I went to the Ancient City in Samut prakarn province. Our main objective was a photography trip because this place is quite famous for its exquisite buildings which imitate the actual one in Thailand and near-by from both past and present time. I took the above picture when we were on the way up to the top of Temple of Preah Vihear. We needed to take effort to go up although this imitation is smaller than the real one.

I asked my junior colleage to act like she was going to jump into the air while she was standing on the edge and looking around her surrouding. I like the way everything in this photo was in its right place.

To Say Good Bye

Today

To say good bye to a soon-to-be-disappeared blog (which I hope not)

To say unsaid good bye

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To say good bye to a virtual passer-by

To you who don’t know me

Today

To say an unwritten farewell

To your words that I’ve enjoyed so far

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To say Thank You

To whom I hope you will appear again someday

Travel theme: Connections

One weekend, my colleague and I dropped by Cannery Row during our trip to Camel-by-the-sea and Big Sur while we were staying in the US.

Cannery Row is the waterfront street in the New Monterey section of Monterey, California. It is the site of a number of now-defunct sardine canning factories. The last cannery closed in 1973. The street name, formerly a nickname for Ocean View Avenue, became official in January 1958 to honor John Steinbeck and his well-known novel Cannery Row.
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I really liked the connections between the buildings from one side to another side.

Cannery Row | CA | US | 2012

Cannery Row | CA | US | 2012

Cannery Row | CA | US | 2012

Cannery Row | CA | US | 2012

Cannery Row | CA | US | 2012

Cannery Row | CA | US | 2012

Cannery Row | CA | US | 2012

Cannery Row | CA | US | 2012

Cannery Row | CA | US | 2012

Cannery Row | CA | US | 2012

The connection between ground and above.

Cannery Row | CA | US | 2012

Cannery Row | CA | US | 2012

This was my connection to the famous character, “I’m Forest Forest Gump”.

Cannery Row | CA | US | 2012

Cannery Row | CA | US | 2012

The street might not have been that long but there were interesting things along the street as well as the good weather. We therefore truly enjoyed our time there.