I was backing up my older photos, burning them into DVDs, as I came across the set of photographs I have taken since many years ago, while I was in a place I love so much, Perth.
I spent more than an hour going through the photographs, and somehow, flood of memories crashed my head. It has been a year now I have left good old Perth behind, but I could not help but wonder how it would have been if the path I was thrown onto was different. I do know that things happened, and there is no point pondering on the "what ifs", but still, my colourful history there never ceased to haunt me.
I remember Perth, very vividly.
I remember the impossibly blue Matilda Bay
I remember and deeply miss the crazy people.
I remember the expensive but purely awesome food.
I remember the scary looking stuff.
I remember the great beaches.
All the photos shown in this entry were taken with two of my older cameras, both of them were already dead due to over-exhaustion by yours truly. Both were budget point and shoot compact cameras: 1) Kodak Easyshare CX-7430 and 2) Kodak Easyshare C-875. Looking back at those photos, I miss the simplicity and ease of using the compact cameras, with pictures looking very punchy in colour and contrast coming straight out of the camera. Those two cameras may not be the best of their classes out there, but I was very happy with their results back then. They have thought me much about photography, and imprinted immensely strong sense and love for photography in me ever since. I miss Kodak, truly.
I remember SEXPO.
I remember Harbor Town Factory Outlets.
I remember camwhoring at Adidas in Harbor Town.
I remember the astonishing sunsets at Cottesloe.
I remember the sweet, sweet moments.
I remember the insanely beautiful skies.
And most importantly, I remember looking at the insanely beautiful sky.
I think, I am HOMESICK!!!!
Help !! Somebody !!