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"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes" - Marcel Proust
Revisited Perth, Western Australia after 9 years. Glad to see while many things have changed, many things are still the same. Like Fremantle’s fish & chips and historical buildings, the awesome coffees and cakes, the sleepy koalas and gangly lambs … and maybe because it’s been so many years, the sunsets looked even more vivid and amazing than when I last saw them here. Peace.
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"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes" - Marcel Proust
Revisited Perth, Western Australia after 9 years. Glad to see while many things have changed, many things are still the same. Like Fremantle’s fish & chips and historical buildings, the awesome coffees and cakes, the sleepy koalas and gangly lambs … and maybe because it’s been so many years, the sunsets looked even more vivid and amazing than when I last saw them here. Peace.
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"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes" - Marcel Proust
Revisited Perth, Western Australia after 9 years. Glad to see while many things have changed, many things are still the same. Like Fremantle’s fish & chips and historical buildings, the awesome coffees and cakes, the sleepy koalas and gangly lambs … and maybe because it’s been so many years, the sunsets looked even more vivid and amazing than when I last saw them here. Peace.
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"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes" - Marcel Proust
Revisited Perth, Western Australia after 9 years. Glad to see while many things have changed, many things are still the same. Like Fremantle’s fish & chips and historical buildings, the awesome coffees and cakes, the sleepy koalas and gangly lambs … and maybe because it’s been so many years, the sunsets looked even more vivid and amazing than when I last saw them here. Peace.
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"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes" - Marcel Proust
Revisited Perth, Western Australia after 9 years. Glad to see while many things have changed, many things are still the same. Like Fremantle’s fish & chips and historical buildings, the awesome coffees and cakes, the sleepy koalas and gangly lambs … and maybe because it’s been so many years, the sunsets looked even more vivid and amazing than when I last saw them here. Peace.
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"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes" - Marcel Proust
Revisited Perth, Western Australia after 9 years. Glad to see while many things have changed, many things are still the same. Like Fremantle’s fish & chips and historical buildings, the awesome coffees and cakes, the sleepy koalas and gangly lambs … and maybe because it’s been so many years, the sunsets looked even more vivid and amazing than when I last saw them here. Peace.
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"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes" - Marcel Proust
Revisited Perth, Western Australia after 9 years. Glad to see while many things have changed, many things are still the same. Like Fremantle’s fish & chips and historical buildings, the awesome coffees and cakes, the sleepy koalas and gangly lambs … and maybe because it’s been so many years, the sunsets looked even more vivid and amazing than when I last saw them here. Peace.
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"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes" - Marcel Proust
Revisited Perth, Western Australia after 9 years. Glad to see while many things have changed, many things are still the same. Like Fremantle’s fish & chips and historical buildings, the awesome coffees and cakes, the sleepy koalas and gangly lambs … and maybe because it’s been so many years, the sunsets looked even more vivid and amazing than when I last saw them here. Peace.
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"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes" - Marcel Proust
Revisited Perth, Western Australia after 9 years. Glad to see while many things have changed, many things are still the same. Like Fremantle’s fish & chips and historical buildings, the awesome coffees and cakes, the sleepy koalas and gangly lambs … and maybe because it’s been so many years, the sunsets looked even more vivid and amazing than when I last saw them here. Peace.
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"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes" - Marcel Proust

Revisited Perth, Western Australia after 9 years. Glad to see while many things have changed, many things are still the same. Like Fremantle’s fish & chips and historical buildings, the awesome coffees and cakes, the sleepy koalas and gangly lambs … and maybe because it’s been so many years, the sunsets looked even more vivid and amazing than when I last saw them here. Peace.

Where I am at 8am …
Holland Village, Singapore, so-named after a Dutch architect, Hugh Holland in early 1900, used to be occupied by plantations and nurseries. Later, the area became popular with the British expatriate community and flourished into a small gentrified town. Today, it is well-known as an enclave of high-end eateries co-existing with the local market and food centre. There is even a windmill installed there as an emblem of its namesake. In the evenings, things can get a little crazy as tourists and locals alike flock there to dine and drink. But in the early mornings, the place still does exude some quiet charm. Ping me if you are there around 8am on weekdays. Maybe we can do coffee ;). Peace. 
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Where I am at 8am …
Holland Village, Singapore, so-named after a Dutch architect, Hugh Holland in early 1900, used to be occupied by plantations and nurseries. Later, the area became popular with the British expatriate community and flourished into a small gentrified town. Today, it is well-known as an enclave of high-end eateries co-existing with the local market and food centre. There is even a windmill installed there as an emblem of its namesake. In the evenings, things can get a little crazy as tourists and locals alike flock there to dine and drink. But in the early mornings, the place still does exude some quiet charm. Ping me if you are there around 8am on weekdays. Maybe we can do coffee ;). Peace. 
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Where I am at 8am …
Holland Village, Singapore, so-named after a Dutch architect, Hugh Holland in early 1900, used to be occupied by plantations and nurseries. Later, the area became popular with the British expatriate community and flourished into a small gentrified town. Today, it is well-known as an enclave of high-end eateries co-existing with the local market and food centre. There is even a windmill installed there as an emblem of its namesake. In the evenings, things can get a little crazy as tourists and locals alike flock there to dine and drink. But in the early mornings, the place still does exude some quiet charm. Ping me if you are there around 8am on weekdays. Maybe we can do coffee ;). Peace. 
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Where I am at 8am …
Holland Village, Singapore, so-named after a Dutch architect, Hugh Holland in early 1900, used to be occupied by plantations and nurseries. Later, the area became popular with the British expatriate community and flourished into a small gentrified town. Today, it is well-known as an enclave of high-end eateries co-existing with the local market and food centre. There is even a windmill installed there as an emblem of its namesake. In the evenings, things can get a little crazy as tourists and locals alike flock there to dine and drink. But in the early mornings, the place still does exude some quiet charm. Ping me if you are there around 8am on weekdays. Maybe we can do coffee ;). Peace. 
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Where I am at 8am …
Holland Village, Singapore, so-named after a Dutch architect, Hugh Holland in early 1900, used to be occupied by plantations and nurseries. Later, the area became popular with the British expatriate community and flourished into a small gentrified town. Today, it is well-known as an enclave of high-end eateries co-existing with the local market and food centre. There is even a windmill installed there as an emblem of its namesake. In the evenings, things can get a little crazy as tourists and locals alike flock there to dine and drink. But in the early mornings, the place still does exude some quiet charm. Ping me if you are there around 8am on weekdays. Maybe we can do coffee ;). Peace. 
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Where I am at 8am …
Holland Village, Singapore, so-named after a Dutch architect, Hugh Holland in early 1900, used to be occupied by plantations and nurseries. Later, the area became popular with the British expatriate community and flourished into a small gentrified town. Today, it is well-known as an enclave of high-end eateries co-existing with the local market and food centre. There is even a windmill installed there as an emblem of its namesake. In the evenings, things can get a little crazy as tourists and locals alike flock there to dine and drink. But in the early mornings, the place still does exude some quiet charm. Ping me if you are there around 8am on weekdays. Maybe we can do coffee ;). Peace. 
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Where I am at 8am …

Holland Village, Singapore, so-named after a Dutch architect, Hugh Holland in early 1900, used to be occupied by plantations and nurseries. Later, the area became popular with the British expatriate community and flourished into a small gentrified town. Today, it is well-known as an enclave of high-end eateries co-existing with the local market and food centre. There is even a windmill installed there as an emblem of its namesake. In the evenings, things can get a little crazy as tourists and locals alike flock there to dine and drink. But in the early mornings, the place still does exude some quiet charm. Ping me if you are there around 8am on weekdays. Maybe we can do coffee ;). Peace. 

valmonella:

"For the last 13 years Japanese photographer Miyoko Ihara has been taking pictures of her grandma, Misao, to commemorate her life. 9 years ago, 88-year-old Misao found a stray odd-eyed cat in her shed: she called it Fukumaru, hoping that “the god of fuku (good fortune) would come and everything will be smoothed over like maru (circle).” Miyoko has been photographing their beautiful friendship and the way they go about their daily routine ever since.”

Still my favorite post on tumblr

I want a Fukumaru too!!

(Source: itsmicolmota)

indarknessdwells:

January In Japan

Places visited:
Tokyo
Kyoto
Yudanaka

What you’ll see:
Tsukiji Fish Market
Gion District
Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Tournament
Shibuya Crossing
Shinkansen Bullet Trains
Yudanaka Outdoor Onsen
Jigokudani Snow Monkeys
Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony
Tokyo Skytree
Fushimi Inari Shrine/Gates
Nijō Castle
Ninomaru Palace

Details:
Camera: Canon 5DMK3 with Magic Lantern firmware and LightForm Cinema C preset, shot mostly at 60p.
Lenses: Canon 24-105mm 4.0 IS and the Canon 50mm 1.4
Edited on: Premiere CC
Color correction: Colorista II and Film Convert Pro 2

Video done by Scott Gold, http://vimeo.com/scottgold

Truly awesome shots & edit!

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