3 days, 20 cars, 10 teams and 1028 photos. I am tired. So is my Canon 30D. Here’s just a teaser of what I managed to shoot over the last few days. Check back soon.
- She’s sitting in front of the TV, what is on the screen?
Some HK/Korean/Japanese drama that MediaC**k shows although most of the time, if she ever watch a TV show, it would be on her Ingrid.
- You’re out to eat; what kind of dressing does she get on her salad?
If she is ordering, it would probably be Olive Oil, she’s healthy, unlike me.
- What’s one food she doesn’t like?
Onions. Spring onions. She’s quite an eater, though it doesn’t really show.
- You go out to the bar. What does she order?
Hoegaarden, Lychee Martini or Margaritas, depending on where she goes.
- Where did she go to high school?
Easy peasy – Victoria Junior College. (cut and paste)
- What size shoe does she wear?
Size 4. Mostly.
- If she was to collect anything, what would it be?
- What is her favorite type of sandwich?
Not really a sandwich person.
- What would this person eat every day if she could?
- What is her favourite cereal?
She’s not a cereal lover.
- What would she never wear?
Long sleeve shirts.
- What is her favourite sports team?
- Who will she vote for?
Not the ruling party. I’m sure.
- Who is her best friend?
Me! Me! Me! And then there’s Minzi…
- What is something you do that she wishes you wouldn’t do?
Play games, sleep late and procrastinate.
- How many cities/countries has she lived in?
Just one. Singapuraaa. (same)
- What is her heritage?
Chinese and she’s a Hainanese.
- You bake her a cake for her birthday; what kind of cake?
Tiramisu, haha! (Oh yes…coming soon)
- Did she play sports in high school?
No. she was into choir and theatre.
- What could she spend hours doing?
Surfing through e-Bay for vintage clothes.
How many did I get correct? 🙂
The Beijing Olympics are over but these photos keep the memories of those games in memory.
- Olympics: Seeing More Than Medals – Given that, I've really tried to take a good look around at the events I'm covering. What is there besides the winners and the losers? What can I see beyond the peak action? A series of photos showing the other side of the competition
- World Records Seen From Above – Awesome photos taken from above and the stories behind getting up there and taking the shots
- Beijing 2008 – It’s a wrap – The Big Picture – Boston.com – I always love the photos shown on The Big Picture at Boston.com, especially those from the Olympics
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- Why You Should Turn Gmail s SSL Feature On Now – Webmonkey – Why? Because without it, anyone can easily hack someone’s account and in two weeks it is going to get even easier. Mike Perry, a reverse engineer from San Francisco, announced his intention to release his Gmail Account Hacking Tool to the public. According to a quote at Hacking Truths, Perry mentioned he was unimpressed with how Google presented the SSL feature as less-than-urgent.
- Richard Kern’s guide to taking sexy (arty) photos – A few tips on taking photos that are NSFW
- 30+ Nicest Photoshop Photo Effects, Part II – Good collections of tutorials…
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