Camera : Nikon D700 Lens : AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8G IF-ED Exposure : M mode, 1/1000 second, f/4 Sensitivity : ISO 200
I have been holding back on writing the crazy drama and frustration I faced at work questioning why some people have this lens that see the perspectives in life that is so different from mine. But I choose to focus on the happy things in life. It was hard till the very last few hours countdown to the start of my compliance leave and it is all worthwhile. I always see my work environment like a game of survivor. Season 2 begins unexpectedly even before I wrap up this meant-to-be a wonderful year at work. I still hold firm to my belief that do the right thing and I will be taken care of. So I do just that and the moon has smiled at me tonight.
So I am happy, very happy today. I can’t tell you too much about a Singapore entity I am involved that is officially registered today, nor I can tell you too much about the fruition of this global initiative that I have poured in 18 months of blood and sweat. Just take my word. I am a happy man.
My brother-in-law-to-be called me if I would be his best man for his wedding with my sister in Hong Kong. Certainly I am honored to be. I have known him for so many years ever since I have stepped into Singapore. I can’t think of a better man on moon earth to marry my little sister. That reminds me. Wasn’t I the emcee for my guitarist’s wedding with my band manager just earlier on this year?
Life is good. I am happy. By the time you read this, I shall be inside a jeep taking pictures of the wildlife in an Indonesian Safari. I still want to see the volcanoes although Cynthia told me that recently, these volcanoes have coughed out poisonous gas. Some tourists have died. Maybe we could … wind up the windows and hide inside our jeep?
I will have Internet access, however limited it is going to be. So, do keep the comments coming. This is going to be an exciting block leave. All the way till Jan 4 next year.
PS. A casual picture taken from my window. No post production work has been done to the … moon. Actual image resolution after cropping. The picture of the moon does look better on a Google browser, less jagged than on IE. I wonder why.