Lion review; Love which connects us all

If Room had me slobbering last year, Lion is this year’s heartwarming, gut-wrenching and rousingly resounding affirmation of the power of love. Based on the true story of Saroo Brierley, the family drama transcends beyond itself to many others who have lost their loved ones and provides some reprieve to grieving hearts. This isn’t just…

A bubbly post for Christmas

Merry Christmas Eve everyone :)) It’s fifteen minutes into Christmas over here…and I always stay up a little later well ya know…Santa is a busy guy okay! He can’t possibly make an appearance in every house RIGHT?! *defends Santa like a child* Anyhow, Christmas this year has been extremely hectic. Talk about 12 days of…

Panoramas of Eastern Europe

This is what I’ve been wanting to show you guys for the longest time! If you’ve been haven’t seen my recent posts, I’ve done 7 posts (with mainly pictures) on my trip to Eastern Europe. I decided to dedicate a special post to panoramic photos from places all around. Enjoy 🙂 Halstatt, Austria.  Vienna Fisherman’s…

Fluid life

I was thinking of compiling a list of interesting night shots I captured during my trip holiday a month or so ago. I was playing around with the frame rate and the way I could essentially capture a snapshot of moving life. I’ve sort of developed a fascination with these kinds of photos and I…

The Handmaiden review; This year’s most depraved and beautiful.

The Handmaiden is one of the finest films you will ever see this year. It is rich with nuance, savagery and ravishing beauty. I have not seen Park Chan Woo’s most famous cult classic Oldboy. But if this is any indication, then Park is a genius. The Handmaiden is straight up badass. Adapted from the…