Insta-DTBD Entry

“The soft chant of new-born singing
The magic force of your feelings
The first picture of you
The first picture of summer” – The Lotus Eaters in The First Picture of You (1983) – literally our first picture of you. #latepost #at5weeks #flashbackfriday via Instagram

Insta-DTBD Entry

One day, you’ll hear the bees buzzing, doing their work for the spring, see the flowers bloom on the trees – bask in the falling petals as the cool breeze blows and bathe in the sunshine as the winter ends and spring begins. This land is your land. Love it more,if not as much as we do. via Instagram

back at it.

so many reasons not to do this anymore, but only one really good one to do so – i have decided to turn this into my #dtbd – a place for my thoughts about something new, something great, something exciting!

my instagram feed ( will still be my main photoblog, and will soon be linking that to here via #IFTTT specifically via the #dtbd hashtag.

i know i’ve been silent here. if you’re still reading me, i don’t know if you’re in for a treat but there’s definitely some introspective stuff coming this year.


it’s been five months but i haven’t even had a slightest urge to update my blog. have i lost my internet voice? has life been that boring or busy that has caused me not to provide a single minute in the last five months to post even a single line?

no, no and no. i just think that ever since i’ve dabbled into and fallen in love with photoblogging, instagram was just the most logical choice to continue this journey. it was easier to find inspiration in photos, and use captions to post my reflections on the images i see.

also, this year has been one change after the other – a constant adjustment to deal with. not something unprecedented, but i never thought it’d be something i’d deal with again. nothing personal though, so it’s something that comes with the territory of working in the technology industry.

i can’t wait for the year to be over, so i can be pleasantly surprised by expecting the worst and then getting something better.