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Documentary Photo class

I am taking Documentary photography class recently. My instructor is awesome. His name is Mathias Heng, www.mathiasheng.com/, a photojournalist. In the first lesson, he showed us a lot of his work. He documented many war and natural disasters, such as Iraq war, Indonesia Tsunami, Afghan War, Japan earthquake. The richness of his photos blow me away. I am totally inspired by his life story – how he devotes himself to all these extreme situations.
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A goal is a dream with a deadline

I found out some old letters from friends and one of them caught my eye.

He wrote in the letter for sharing a quote with me:

“I don’t live in either my past or my future. I”m interested only in the present. If you can concentrate always on the present, you’ll be a happy man. Life will be a party for you, a grand festival; because life is the moment we are living now.”

I doubt he will find out my blog but truly want to say thank you for sharing. At least for now it means a lot to me. Sometimes thinking too far ahead could take a lot of one’s attention and make one fail to appreciate what he has at present.

Half Day tour in Bulgaria

I had half day time in Bulgaria to tour around the city. It was a sunny Thursday afternoon, nice and relax.

This was Alxander Nevski Church in Sofia, one of the attractions. It was completed by 1912 and as built as a memorial to the 200,000 Russian soldiers who died in the Russo-Turkish Liberation War. I happen to pass by this place at night as well. I love the round shape top and the shinning gold. Read the rest of the post…

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