Thursday, December 15, 2011

Haunting 困扰 ...


The thought of what my 
life directions could have been 
if I had graduated from Architectural School 
still haunts me 
from time to time 
...

Architecture ...

Putrajaya


24 comments:

Produval said...

Me gusta la geometria, y la limpieza de la toma.

Bob Bushell said...

Beautiful picture Wong.

LE CHEMIN DES GRANDS JARDINS said...

Cadré de cette façon, c'est un petit chef d’œuvre.

Bravo.
Amicalement,

Roger

Cloudia said...

Yes, you have an eye for cities, buildings, people and how it all comes together. Perhaps a Feng Shui master!


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ANRAFERA said...

Excellent and original capture. I like much the perspective, setting and accused B/N. Congratulations. Cordial regards.
Ramon

Carmen Negoita said...

Great perspective! Wonderful photo!
It's never late you follow your dream. Just must you wish enough.
Greetings

Cristina said...

Impresionante! Un abrazo.

s.c said...

I must say a typical 2d graphical computeraided facade design. Still the photo is great.

Theanne and Baron said...

Awesome photograph...I'm sure you would have been an excellent architect...I'm just happy you take the beautiful photos you do and share them with the world!

Xurde Radío said...

sometime we hesitate about the path we have chosen to go in our lives. I think we have to look forward, not backwards.
Great shot, an amazing perspective.
Greetings from Asturias, Spain

Farmchick said...

I think we are all full of the "what ifs" in life.

Olga said...

It's a terrific study in black and white. There is fascination in this photo. I am a little afraid to work with B&W :)

George said...

I think perhaps your architectural studies have enabled you to take remarkable photos such as this one.

Randy said...

I agree with Olga on the b&w. Excellent photo.

Sweet Virginia Breeze said...

What an awesome picture!

Filip Demuinck said...

Nice building, I just saw the Burj Khalifa and I also realise that some people are so fortunate they design something that the whole world sees and admires.

Greetings,
Filip

darlin said...

I feel very small all of a sudden. Fantastic!

MTO Photography said...

My grandmother always told me that one should never regret the decision that you made ​​which can be difficult sometimes ..
What incredibly beautiful building. Magnificent in some way.

Xurde Radío said...

Hi, Wong, thank you for your visit and your comment.
It's not too difficult to take photos at 1/20 sec without tripod, you just have to stand steady, hold your breathing and firmly handle the camera with your arms very close to your body.
Greetings from Asturias, Spain.

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

What an interesting capture. I think we all have regrets about what we did not do in our past. Great post. :)

- Yvonaut -
Das sind Raphael und Yvonne
said...

Hi Wong, amazing architecture. it seems to be a huge building!
The thing is you always miss stuff in your life.. If you decide to do one thing you will miss all the experiences of the other thing, you could have chosen.. and the other way around..

Greetings and have a nice weekend!
Yvonne & Raphael

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Maybe it's not too late! You obviously have a great eye for structural images! Wonderful perspective on this.

essi said...

Wow!! very impressive

Robert Geiss said...

Picture that can be felt indeed. Its title perfect. And yes, still have nearly all my papers while studying Engieneering...