Mumbles at the end of September

At having last day of September, I decided to taking a second to look back.

There were a couple of things that’s made my habits and life changed.

I have got new people who came into my zone.  I have got number of things that occupied some big part in my head and I had to manage some of things.

Meanwhile, blog post that I had been done regularly was getting out of my routine, the frequency of posting in here this month happened rarely.

That new people came in means, some people who had been with, were gone off from my zone, no matter what circumstances drove it.

I didn’t do enough photography, nor, drawing either, this month.

And I finally started drawing on the last day of September.

I have started because a very good friend of mine who lets me build bonding with has decided to leave Australia.

The below photo was taken today.  As of now, I wouldn’t even know about what would this card be completed with.

Tomorrow is another day.  Thank you September!


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A piece of work of the day 23


I had had drawn a Phoenix on a card for someone, and it turned out to be the beginning of some journey of exploring expression.

This is my 2nd Phoenix. I will come back time by time for my further try for imaginations and expression.

In short, I am very pleased to have made a time for a bit of art side.

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The post box at the top of the mountain

Throwback to 2015, photographed when I went to Mt. Asamayama, Mie pref. Japan.

Mails and cards thrown into the post box are collected and deliver to addressed destinations.

This post box model had been retired (I am pretty sure but sorry if I lied) and disappeared in most of places in Japan, but I enjoyed watching this nostalgic box stood at the top with mountain with blue sky in the background.  I see this post has witnessed and collected number of stories and romances for decades.

Isn’t it a romantic?

The post box was named ‘天空のポスト’ = Firmament Post Box.  The other sign was for mountaintop.

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Anzac Bridge at dusk

This was almost my first sunset photography of the season.  Despite the fact, I was late to get there and I think I missed the best time to get the best light being shed by the sunset at the scene.

I decided to capture Anzac Bridge from the deck at Sydney Fish Market.

The wind blew harsh and shook my tripod, but I quite enjoyed myself stayed there placing my feet hard on the ground.

I have a strong image of the scene which I would like to photograph the bridge in what sort of colors it is in the background.  I had gave it try twice at this spot but neither made me satisfied yet.  Spring season is around the corner to Sydney, and I believe myself taking another evening to be back and give it another try.

Hand-held snapshot.  How seagull came in the frame made me like this shot more than others.
Shooting with long-exposure was a bit hard on this day. 

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