So I better share the pictures I took from the nature then. That I was happen to be there/here without possesing anything or traveling anywhere😁 What I did was just take my camera out and pressed the clicking button.
Especially the one with sugars. You know what sugar does to our waist line, right? I used to drink tea and coffee with sugars. In my hometown, we serve really sweet tea and coffee. Also, in the place where We used to live in, they serve sugar drink. What I meant by sugar drink is, they caramelised the sugar until really brown and add water to it. The taste, I bet you know already, sweet like heaven.
This is a pretty interesting article on how much calories in our drink and what it does to our bodies. So next time we drink, we know what we are doing.
All of the pictures in this series I took in the afternoon after 4pm. Usually they started to fly the kites around half past four. But sometimes the weather was not so promising, it rained and also the wind did not cooperate with the kites.
The pics are not necessarily in order.
Last year, I took a lot of pictures, I figure it almost one thousand pics, of people playing kite in my village. The neighbourhood boys, mostly children, some men, came to watch and play the kite. The boys who were playing, running, picking the kites up were not owning the kites. They just played for other people’s kites.
What I regret about these pictures is that somehow I think I did not did enough to make them better pictures. I had no knowledge of how to make interesting pictures. On my mind, at that time, all I wanted to do was taking picture. The urge to capture the moment, the urge to capture strangers, the urge to just go out there and see what happen. I knew little about composition, angle, rule of third and the worst was the focus point. From those hundreds pictures I took, I had to omit more than half of them. Oh well, what can you do right?
But because of that mistakes I made, I am learning a lot now. So I am sharing some that I think worth sharing even though I am not really satisfied with them.
Just stopping by to say hi.
Few months ago, I badly, desperately craving to buy 50mm lens for my Nikon D90. Because you know what they say about that lense right??. As an amateur, having that lens is like a dream come true. But I am being patient enough to have more saving before buying it. I know, I know, it’s cheap. Still it’s a lot of money for me. Especially family with kids, we need more to consider about.
So in the meantime while I am being so patient and using what I already have, I fall in love with street photography. So now I am considering about buying 35 mm lens. I guess it is God’s way in showing me the path.
Anyway, I haven’t landed a finger on both lenses, only heard and read what people say about the lenses that they are basically the same. So I found this article really help. Please do read the comments too.
My love affair with coffee began when I was having my second child. Before that, I did not like coffee neither tea. I can’t remember why I didn’t like them. I tried, but I just could not stand myself drinking coffee or tea. If I visited someone’s house, I always asked for just water before they served any other drinks (usually tea is an option). However now, whenever I can, I will ask for coffee.
Recently, since I knew that Robusta and Arabica taste really different, especially regarding what it does to my body, I am way more into Robusta than Arabica. I am so convinced that Robusta can wake the dead. Especially since it contains more caffeine than Arabica. However, apparently in Jakarta, in most good coffee shops (as if i have been to so many places 😜 ) I have been since we are here, they do not serve Robusta, only Arabica. Yeah,ok fine by me. Just for the sake of drinking coffee.
ps: I have decided I am not going to post all my writing regarding my 500 words a day challenge. I supposed since the challenge is just my freewriting, I will just do it but not posting anymore on the blog.