New Girl In Town: Just arrived at utopia. This is the new subway, part of the expansion project in King’s Cross St. Pancras London, for the 2012 London Olympics. | Original image is available @ Flickr, feel free to download.
Picture - Symbolism: I like reading images and photographs after I made them, thinking about what they could have represented. For the image above, it could represent an ignorant nature of looking at a small part of a bigger picture. Or trying to seek life out of the most mundane thing. Curious to know how people might read this image and what meaning they get out of it. Correct my English please, if I made any mistakes.
One of my favourite photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson (August 22, 1908 – August 3, 2004). Although I am not a Leica M fan, I admire his capturing of candid moments on the streets. He inspired everyone, direct or directly, because of his street and reportage photography influences. Similarly Leica cameras also inspired many new range finder mirrorless cameras, i.e. the Fuji X100, X10 ans X-Pro1.
Victoria Train Station - London - Miniature Effect - Gif Animation: This is probably one of the busiest train stations in Europe, especially during morning and evening rush hours. It is amazing watching people moving around sometimes, everyone seemed so passive, everything runs like the components installed in an analogue clock. Sometimes I observe the passivity of running clockworks, however most times I am one of the components.
Animal Inside Out - Natural History Museum London: An exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London that reveals the internal workings of animals. The exhibits in Animal Inside Out were preserved using ‘plastination’ by the team behind Gunther von Hagens’s famous Body Worlds exhibition. The exhibition in my opinion was a cross between art and science, visually and intellectually stimulating. Gunter is an eccentric anatomist, artist and scientist, he invented ‘plastination’, inspired the field of study as well as death related artworks by numerous artist.
Old Man: This photo welcomes a lot of thoughts about what actually is he thinking about or waiting for? The tone of the B&W gives the photo a sentimental mood. Time will kill you slowly, stop waiting. | Original photograph available @ flickr, feel free to download.