4.1. As featured photographer in JUNSJAZZ Images & Inspiration Issue #7 on Minimalism
2. Featured as a Blogger / Photographer in the Indie Scribe Magazine September 2013 issue
3. You can also find me at Fine Art America
4. Won the Best Photo Blog 2017 as voted by the readers of the NepaliAustralian’s Blog
Wow! That was awesome! Congratulations, and I will always remember your line – I shoot from my heart. I like that! Have a great weekend!
Thanks for perusing my “Published Work” page and made the first comment. In addition, I have just been featured in the Indie Scribe magazine September 2013 issue and, accordingly, I have also updated my page. Regards, Michael
Another Congratulations then! I’ll check out the new feature. Have a great week and looking forward to more publications in the future 🙂
Many thanks for the continued support. Have a lovely week 🙂
“I shoot from my heart”
Nice! 🙂 🙂
You can have all the technical skills in photography, I believe you may succeed only if you shoot it from your heart – but frankly, I cannot do it with all my pictures!
🙂 Your pics are amazing! A window into a whole new world!!!
Only because I see it from an Eastern window!
😀 It really is beautiful!
Congratulations, plus it is great to know more about you :).
Hi Penelope, glad that you perused the Page. It does give a bit more information about me. Thank you for your continued support 🙂
Most excellent Michael, good to see your talents recognized!
Hi Robert, hope you are doing well and thank you for the encouraging comment 🙂
Congratulations, Michael! You are too modest. Your photographs are as good if not better then professionals but I think you are qualified as a professional. Your writing in a second language has not hindered you from expressing. I am so informed by the script on your posts. Your photos take me to countries I have not been. I’m so happy to have found your blog. Thank you for sharing, from your heart 😀
Hi Sam, nice to hear from you. Many thanks for the kind comment. This year, I am quite tied up with various things and didn’t have a lot of opportunity to travel. I hope I will do some travelling in Autumn so I have more photos to share. Best wishes, Michael
Looking forward to your travels and showing us more photos 😀
Will do 🙂
I have so enjoyed this page, Michael. I was excited to read that your career was in civil engineering – if I could have my time over, I would love to have been an engineer and designed beautiful bridges, and you’ve done it! Your photography is stunning and it’s lovely to see someone get such joy from doing something they love.
Hi Lesley. I note from the Trivia about you that you would have liked to be an engineer designing bridges; that is a very interesting job, combining both science and art and the resulting product can be so aesthetically pleasing. Glad that you like the page about me. Have a great weekend 🙂
Thanks, Michael, and you too.
What an accomplishment! I’ve read both articles and found them very interesting. I am glad I got to know you, even if it’s only through the blogosphere.
Hi, nice to meet you through the blogosphere. Glad that you like the pages about me – this is the first time I have actually wrote something about myself (apart from CVs ). Have a great week 🙂
Hi Michael. I have seen notices of your many posts these long months, but have not let myself look. Today, I looked at your “one boat” photos and my spirit was touched by your eye as it always is. I get notice of your posts in my email box. I regularly delete email, but I always uncheck the notices of your posts so they aren’t deleted. Sometime, when my eyes can focus and my mind is clear to learn from your work, I will review them all. In the meantime, thank you for your continued support of my blog. You are a good soul, as well as a great photographer.
Many thanks for the message. I am flattered to hear that you like my various posts and have spend them perusing them. It is comments like this which give me the strength to carry on with blogging. Hope to hear more from you and happy holidays!
Beautiful magazine layout. It’s obvious that you “Shoot from the Heart”. Your photos are more than photos…they are emotions.
I think we passed through several stages in our photography – first shooting it from our brain, then shoot it from our hearts. I hope I can shoot from my heart always. Many thanks for the comment and have a great week ahead!
Have a great week as well 🙂
i am also from HK. Perhaps we were in the same alumni! The pix posted in these two magazines are very beautiful!
I studied at both the HKU and the CUHK, maybe we are alumni. I am still teaching part time at HKU. Thank you for your kind comments on the pics in the magazines 🙂
ha ha, me too. what a coincident!
It’s good to know that we went to the same universities!
sorry I take so long to post my comments, I am in college full time struggling with statistics at age 47- I have a 20 yr old daughter, I working full time in Security plus other book reviews I do for authors…I love your site! Thanks for always stopping over at my blog too, your friend from USA Jackie ♥
Statistics is not an easy subject. Always admire people studying after they are grown up. Have a lovely week ahead!
Shooting from the heart. That’s a very nice way to put it. You’re very humble in saying you’re no professional photographer, my goodness, what does it makes the rest of us, haha! But kidding aside, I’ve always admired your work and you inspire me even more now knowing that you can still take great photos with ‘modest’ equipment. I’ve always envied those with amazing cameras and stuff, I’m like they’re getting better photos cuz they have better equipment. I guess you’re right, beautiful photos and memorable captures could happen when you shoot them from the heart. 🙂
You get good photos if you use your brain but you get brilliant photos if you use your heart!
Your work is always a special gift for the eyes. Thanks for your continued support. Melba Christie @ poemattic
Hi Melba, glad to have your continued support too !
I work at sixty eight years old. I work at Lego Land Florida. You are correct children especially try to squeeze into tight places. We have numerous bars on some of our structures and they try to squeeze their heads between them.
That’s what sometimes to children in their curiosity, in fact, in one case, the bars have to be sawed out to save the child!
Children have little fear in doing things that can cause concern.
yes, they just don’t know what is dangerous!
Hello Michael, thank you for the likes here and there. I’d never given your blog a proper look before but just did now… I love what you said about retirement (I’m one older kid:) and love your photography.
Great to hear from you, Julie! I am glad that you spend time looking through my blog, I have not written anything on retirement for a long time, looks like I should try writing my current thoughts on retirement after retiring for nearly 4 years 🙂
Muito bom 😀
Thank you 🙂
nice 😀 😀
Thank you 🙂
Thanks for dropping Sir! Looking forward to browse some of your posts!
You are most welcome! Regards, Michael
Wonderful photography Michael.
Many thanks for checking out my blog from Australia!
My pleasure Michael.