Hong Kong, China, taken on December 22, 2015
Right before taking off from Hong Kong to Siem Reap yesterday, the plane stopped at the perfect spot for me to witness the opening of the sky to let the sun out. The gigantic rays illuminated the layered mountains, and if you look carefully, you could even see the cable cars of Ngong Ping 360 on the right!
Edinburgh, Scotland, taken on December 16, 2015
A perfect moonrise over Edinburgh Castle shines in the darkness of the night. Even a sliver of crescent moon is able to light up a sleeping city.
Glasgow, Scotland, taken on December 10, 2015
The past month has been so rainy and gloomy in Glasgow that even just a tiny sunshine in the morning gives me the greatest hope of a rainless day, even though we all knew that it would rain again. But hey, the brand new hope of the morn is enough to keep me cheerful throughout the day!
Strokkur, Iceland, taken on January 27, 2014
Looking at this photo, I imagined the sun as a jewel that had just been spit out of Strokkur (a famous geyser in Iceland), rising higher and higher as it escapes from its trap. Indeed, this is what Strokkur looked like right after an eruption, when water drops rapidly into the hole in the centre and the cycle starts over again. Seems like the geyser goes back to its calm sleep until it is awaken again, just in another few minutes.
Barry’s Bay, Canada, taken on October 12, 2015
Under a sky full of stars, I lay with awe as I enjoyed these wonders of nature. I tried to take a photo of the vast sky and the result was…surprisingly good. I just hope that these are actually stars and not noise…