Thursday, August 4, 2011
But why not this raya you sacrifice a bit...
no need zip, i just 'main ikat2'
Friday, July 22, 2011
The paddy field scenery in Bali remind me very much of my younger year (i'm not that old tho' :P). Observing how their system goes and built into steep hillsides manually amaze me. In, Bali most of the paddy field have their own 'Sanggah'.Sanggah is a shrine that contains an offering for the God or Goddest (Dewi Shri).
Dewi Sri is believed to have dominion over the underworld and the Moon. Thus, Dewi Sri encompasses the whole spectrum of the Mother Goddess- having dominion over birth and Life: she controls rice: the staple food of Indonesians; hence life and wealth or prosperity; most especially rice surpluses for the wealth of kingdoms in Java such as Mataram, Majapahit and Pajajaran; and their inverse: poverty, famine, hunger, disease (to a certain extent) and Death. She is often associated with the rice paddy snake (ular sawah).
*hmm....i'm thinking of Huminodun legend now. ;)
Monday, July 11, 2011
..and i'm thinking to start a new project.Hopefully not abandon la hor..
this what motivates me ;) nice kan...
*sia mau buat itu, itu, atau yang itu...:P :D
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Actually I have more question than answer to that question. err.. Maybe i take too many types of photo's and confusing my own brain now.
argghhhh..I don't know how to explain la people..where to start?
now..let it be ME.
HOW TO TAKE FLOWER - Best for beginner to practice this;)
To draw attention details every flower has to offer.
2. Clear the clutter
The best flower photos usually zero in on a single flower or small group of flowers making them very similar to portraits.
3. Get the right light
Soft morning and evening light work best to capture the delicate textures of petals.
4. Look for ways to complement colors
Look for ways to combine colors that complement