The Humanitarian sector is a unique field in itself. The people you meet, the experience you have and places you go. Each any everyday advocates of the Humanitarian sector step forward and walk the hard miles to a never-ending journey. This video is a testament to the unsung heroes of the Humanitarian World and those who dare venture into it. Continue reading →
It is not news that a variable aperture lens does not get the best picture relative to fixed lens, this particular lens is a semi-dream come true. It maintains its crisp quality to its sister lens and provides beautiful picture. Here are some test photos of a recent Halloween party!
Something that is common throughout Philippines has somewhat came as an interesting observation. You can find select people in the Philippines, in book stores, coffee shops, mall entrances, furniture shops, clothing stores and many others. In essence, security guards. Whether they are holding shotguns in front of financial institutions or just sitting behind a table, they always have something in common… Continue reading →
Whilst driving through La Reforma, ones’ eyes wanders through the many intricate happenings on the street. One can only begin to ponder what this couple was doing, or thinking. Sitting still and quiet on the bench of Mexico, eyes locked deep into the cracks of the concrete. Fidgeting feet to subdue the urge of doing something. Something in their minds as no ones’ mouths move. silently they sit and ponder. Contemplating what exactly?
Got a chance to pick up a random novel whilst on my travels, and was not prepared for the gruesome imagery that this book was going to bestow in my mind. Little Lost Girl is a easy thriller to flip through if you do not want to have to think too much and enjoy a little mystery. However, like most mainstream movies, you plot of the story is given away before the climax of the book. i.e. predictable. Nonetheless, still a page turner that will keep you wondering till the end!