Paper

My class work in Ontario College of Art during early 90’s…  If you like drawing, you can draw anything you like, even a scrap paper on the ground.

Hope you like it… 🙂

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Sun

We are living in the solar system and the earth cannot survive with the sun…

No matter it’s sunrise or sunset, no matter it’s at home or in any part of the world, it’s just incredible given that it’s the creation of God, isn’t it?

Snow

We visited Lake Baikal in February and we had fun with snow all around us…

Nature

Nobody can create nature, only God can…  That’s one of the reasons why I pick up the camera and go shooting!

These are some photos I picked from my album…  Can you figure out where I took?

Hope you like them… 🙂

Museum

When we think about museum, we always think about big building, magnificent architecture, many displays…  etc.

However, this is the museum I remember most.  I was there in the mid-70s when we drove from Las Vegas to Los Angeles.  The building is simple…  The displays are mainly outside the building…

What a memory…:)

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Lock

Our door is unlocked…  We are open…  Welcome to our restaurant…

This little boy in Nepal welcomes his guest in the morning!

We are open

Llama

Camel or horse?  They are both…  And they are really tough!

I met them in Peru while crossing the mountains from west to the coast last year…

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Lizard

We can find lizards anywhere in the world…  However, I think the best place to find lizards is in Galapagos.  They are all over the islands, not just numbers, but varieties!

Autumn/Fall

When I think about Autumn/Fall, I think about the changing color of leaves…  In Hong Kong, we don’t have much to see given that our weather is still very warm in November.  However, in the northern countries like Japan and Korea, we find beautiful red leaves…

This picture was taken years ago in South Korea… and more photos are found in the blog I wrote about that trip.  Well, it’s written in Chinese, but I’m sure you like the photos!

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Light…

This photo was taken on July 19 earlier this year, the seventh day after the death of Mr. Liu Xiaobo, the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize winner.   He won the Nobel Peace Prize for his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China.  He was the first Chinese citizen to be awarded a Nobel Prize of any kind while residing in China.

This candle light symbolized Mr. Liu’s continuous struggle in human rights and it will never dim even he left us…  People will continue to fight for freedom and hope for the better future…

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