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Share Your World – 2015 Week #52

In response to Cee’s Photography, Share Your World tag.

Happy New Year to one and all! Best wishes to everyone.

Tell how you are feeling today in the form of a weather report. (For example, partly cloudy, sunny with a chance of shower, etc.) 

Clear! Sunny in a way, but not hot at all. No clouds. Gentle breeze every now and then. I have more or less made what I needed to in 2015. I could make a pretty good reverse bucket list (list of performances) for 2015! I am euphoric about that because I seemed to have unlocked more achievements in 2015 than in 2014. =D

What is most memorable about your high school years?

Right away, I think of how I hung out with friends for the first time, without adults taking care of us. I remember getting chocolate milk tea with pearls, going to the National Library, searching high and low for books on the thrift street, volunteering at the zoo, helping at a food fair, a funfair, and more!

And you know what? I took my first award-winning photograph at that funfair where my friends and I did our volunteer work! The award was for third place in my school.

The picture went missing long ago. However, I remember that the shot was of a treasure chest with vintage clothes inside. In the shot, the sun rays fell beautifully on the old clothes as though casting a magical glow for the clothes to come alive!

So there you have it – the story of how I started growing photography into a serious hobby.

Have you ever owned a rock, pet rock, or gem that is not jewelry?

Yes. I have got a few mineral rocks from some subscription magazines. Collecting mineral rocks never made it into my serious play though. They cost way to much in Singapore.

Complete this sentence:  I like watching…


Sometimes, the sun happens to fall behind a fluffy little cloud and I would catch all that egg-yolk-like glory peeking through.


I particularly love the second photo because the pastel tones of blue and pink reminds me of Paddle Pop Ice Cream.


Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

I am grateful for you! Yes, you. Chasing the lights is almost an obsession but you stayed with me. I appreciate the compliments you have given to Cocoa Evenings. I look forward to keeping her awesome in 2016 because we deserve that beautiful break at the end of a day’s work. Keep calm and sip cocoa.

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[Photos: Taken in a residential area, Singapore, 13 November 2015.]



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