The Power Of Vulnerability

Oxford Dictionary defines vulnerability as the quality or state of being exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed, either physically or emotionally. Every time I hear the word vulnerable, I think of it as being helpless or weak. That this bring about heartbreak or disappointments or suffering and pain. And I always blame…

Silhouette

We each have stories to tell. Each one different from the others, each one revealing lessons and each one magnifying our strengths. I read somewhere that we shouldn’t be ashamed to tell our stories no matter how little or simple we think it is. For this simple stories of ours could be just what someone…

Front Porch Wonders

“Great photography is about depth of feeling, not depth of field.” Peter Adams There are times where we just let the pictures talk. I’d like to write something here that is much deeper because, certainly I’ve been into a lot of emotions the past few days. But there are also times, where it is hard…

It’s in the Angle

In photography, we always aim to photograph the extraordinary. In fact, we would go places just to capture something special. Something of importance. Something rarely seen and eye catching. Several weeks ago, we went to Raleigh to pick up our daughter who’s in Governor’s School. While waiting, these flowers in a big flower pot caught…

Coastal Carolina

If there is one thing that I am thankful, it’s my ability to see something and then capture it on camera. To me, photography is not just having a camera in hand and having the capability to point and shoot. There is more to photography than meets the eye. It is seeing something that is…

The Outerbanks

I have been here in North Carolina for sixteen years and it took me that many years before I could visit the Outerbanks and see the famous lighthouses of North Carolina. And I can tell you that it never disappoint. We left home at around one thirty in the morning to catch the first ferry…

Sweet Blooms

“Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still.” Dorothea Lange A few more flowers from my yard therapy a while ago. Who would have thought these flowers are from our yard? Hope you enjoy looking at them as much I enjoyed capturing them.

Born For A Purpose

Dear me, It’s Sunday but I opted to stay home today due to not feeling well. I thought I’d write you a letter. Who would have thought that you, the shy-introverted girl would be living 10,000 miles away from home?…… Excerpt from A Letter to my Younger Self; Finding God in the Ordinary Embracing a…

Spring Blooms

“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.” Henry David Thoreau It’s been a while since I went out in our yard. So, I decided to venture out and do some therapy for my venturing eyes. For a change, let’s just enjoy some flower photos and forget about being a blogger…

Finding Anchor

“I find the great thing in this world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving: To reach the port of heaven, we must sail sometimes with the wind and sometimes against it – but we must sail, and not drift, nor lie at anchor.” Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr….