Was a beautiful late Sunday afternoon. Had this privilege to photograph Mercy as we strolled through this nice and quiet park in South Bay. That heartwarming smile just made my day.
Model: Monika Ka
Design: Annie S.Yang
Makeup: Natasha Austere
Hair: Cao Mei Fu (TJ)
Style: Katelyn Johnson
Makeup: Teddy Cheng
Assist: Annie Wu
Always nice to see old friend; at least five years since last meetup…
Good thing is…
time moves forward, nothing changes.
Dance is such a beautiful Art form that I enjoy a lot watching.
It was such a rare opportunity that one of my favorite producers happened to be a great dancer, and let me photograph her.
So here are some of the shots I captured as she danced in this rather random but yet beautiful place.
Dedicated to my lovely couple friends Yao & Alice, and of course, their adorable little one, Angel. =)
Time moves forward, nothing changes.
The couple’s cuteness remains.
A fun encounter with Children of Song
July 16 of 2011, Burnaby, BC Canada…
Last part of the Japan trip: Hokkaido. A strangely familiar place, later realized the western atmosphere. People are nice, especially Yoko’s family…such cute people.
Today, the BBQ day; nice day, great food, best friends, but bad headache…
brought my camera and did some snaps…only some…=(
That was in San Diego, my first visit, a memorable photoshoot.
Days in Fukuoka and Kanazawa with Do, Piki and Yoko.
Fukuoka was an interesting city, many activities were happening, lots of crowds. I was lucky enough to see the drum performance. Also surprisingly, many street artists & performers, and they were so great.
Kanazawa, on the other hand, was a quiet place, peaceful atmosphere, relaxed.
Second part of the Kyoto journey. As I was lost in the city, I walked no less than 10 hours, scooped around while trying to find way back to the train. With my camera, it was pretty heavy, but it was really fun. The place is simply beautiful, so were the people.
Kyoto, the capital of the past, is a beautiful antique city. The city layout design was intended to be confusing, so enemies would be lost. Well…I was lost too, but had lotta fun interact with local people, who were trying to help me find my way back to Shinkansen, using sign language…
The second stop was Osaka: a crowded yet friendly city. There was something strangely familiar about this place, not sure what it was.
From the news and internet, thousands of imagery and videos showed the mass destruction of this beautiful & energetic country. Memory of my last visit made me go back to my hard drive and started to browse these images, that was 4 years ago…
It is kinda hard to get pictures of everybody…Some even threatened me…Perhaps I should get my camera insured…
A nice day to take a stroll in the city.
Perfect artwork from our Heavenly Father.
Such lovely couple that I photographed last fall. Both are surprisingly animated.
Half Moon Bay trip with sis…nice day…but it was a quite of driving experience…