I woke up to a really bad news this morning. 239 souls on that plane – currently missing as of writing. People who were ready to embark on their next adventure, passengers who were going home to their loved ones and the air crew who were making things happen for everyone.
My thoughts are with you, just like your family and friends.
You may visit Wall Street Journal and Asian Correspondent for live coverage updates.
Photo of my old EPL-3 taken with the Olympus PEN E-PL6.
I sold my red Olympus PEN E-PL3 earlier this week, the camera which has been with me since 2012. Although the journey was rather short, it has been with me on a few of my travelling adventures. Thank you for helping me create such beautiful photo memories.
FROM NOW ONWARDS, I WILL BE USING MY NEW OLYMPUS PEN E-PL6 INSTEAD!
Do expect to see more better looking
selfies photos of my adventures in future posts.
Photo of the sexy Olympus PEN E-PL6 taken with my old E-PL3.
I was at the night market the other day, walking behind a dad and his little daughter while looking at the countless stretch of food stalls – trying to make a decision between that juicy Ramly Burger or that deep-fried crispy chicken cutlet.
The guy in front of me was probably having the same thoughts running in his head too, while holding the hand of his little girl and strolling down. Just at that moment, that little girl tripped and fell.
Almost immediately, the father turned to her and chided his child, “Why you don’t know how to walk properly!?”
For almost fifteen minutes, I was walking behind them and we could have easily taken a few hundred steps throughout this period but all it did was one mistake to be labeled as incompetent.
If we were to apply this theory in our everyday practical life, one mistake would be sufficient to erase the past achievements we might have achieved. The little girl was not praised for walking that few hundred steps, but was immediately condemned when she fell.
People around us only look at our mistakes, we must not forget to see the good things in others. Even if we fall, do not forget to stand up.
There was a new viral video recently showing two guys climbing to the top of Shanghai Tower during the Chinese New Year break – when all the workers are away for their holidays.
You can read both their experiences on their own respective blogs.
(Vitaliy Raskalov | Vadim Makhorov)
Thank you for making me squirm throughout the five minutes video even though I was on my own bed.
On a side note, Rsakalov was here in Singapore previously and have really cool pictures on his blog post here.