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  • DIY Medium Format Film Spool Plant

    DIY Medium Format Film Spool Plant
    Thinking of decorating your home and/or cubicle and want to add analogue accents? Try making a DIY flowerpot with the help of medium format spools!
  • Analogue Day Activity: Plant Something

    Analogue Day Activity: Plant Something
    While urban living can be exciting and colourful, a person can only handle so much of the concrete jungle. To remind yourself of our more organic side, why not get those green thumbs growing and plant something?
  • In Full Bloom: The Flower Project

    In Full Bloom: The Flower Project
    Last Spring, I decided to photograph the blossoming of a flower and made a small stop motion movie after to celebrate my favorite season!
  • Central Tejo: Electricity Museum

    Central Tejo: Electricity Museum
    Central Tejo is not only a beautiful building by the river, but also a fun museum to visit in Lisbon. It used to be a thermoelectric plant built between 1908 and 1951 and is located near the river Tejo, in Lisbon's touristic neighborhood, Belém. This emblematic brick building, with its high iron windows reaching to the sky is undeniably beautiful.
  • UK Farm, Kluang

    UK Farm, Kluang
    Now we won’t need to travel all the way to Australia or New Zealand to see a flock of sheep grazing in the meadow. The grazing time, scheduled three times everyday, would definitely amaze us Malaysians as hundreds of sheep are let loose from their shed! It is a spectacular sight that can’t be missed!
  • Bergamo Sole: A Quiet Place to Play with Rythm, Geometries and Shadows

    Bergamo Sole: A Quiet Place to Play with Rythm, Geometries and Shadows
    A few weeks ago I spent the weekend in my hometown. I took my bike out for a spin and went looking for a place to test out black and white film on my Canon, and this apartment block came to my mind. This housing complex was a project by architects G. Gambirasio and G. Zenoni at the end of the seventies and it's characterized by its red bricks' and regular geometry.
  • Wapping Woods

    Wapping Woods
    Wapping was originally a Saxon settlement. This area was known as a marshland until the 16th century when it was drained. It then became a rich meadow and garden ground until it was acquired for the London Docks. By 1969, the docks at Wapping were empty. Trees were planted and it was optimistically called Wapping Woods. However, the trees could not survive and the result is the small park we have today.