Tuesday, April 14, 2015

My Fountain of Youth, Seriously

My new Brooks Beast Running shoes. I always squirm when I order this $160 shoes every year. It's been steadily going up since I picked this to be my Marathon shoes. But on second thought, it's cheap considering what it does to my health and I use it for at least 3 hours weekly, and compared to my other "toys" (cameras/lens, computers, my roadster, etc. hehehe)

Will you pay $160 for your Fountain of Youth? I thought so. There, now I feel better

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

At Kahului Harbor, Again

One of my favorite places when I'm too lazy to go somewhere else to do a shoot, because it's convenient

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

My Orchid Kind of Morning

But beware, I think there are "demons" lurking in them

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Why I love Photography

Stop and smell the roses! Well I go beyond that and the moments even feel more exciting in addition to the wonderful smell of the flower.

Thursday, February 19, 2015

My iPhone 5S Pano-Shot

I cannot believe camera phones are now capable of producing stunning images like this one, taken from our lanai. Compare this with previous images posted here earlier and taken with my pro- DSLR camera.

Aloha Kakahiaka (Good Morning)

Sunrise from our Lanai this morning

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Wedding Photography? Nah Not For Me

I had my chance to shoot a wedding and it was stressful, but probably because of inexperience. So leave it to the Pros I guess.

Wednesday, February 04, 2015

Happy Days Are Here Again

Day 7 with no Chemo appointments and Cancer junk. Energy level seem 100% already. Praise God

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Storm Has Passed

When I went for my weekly Chemo this afternoon, I was told it's been canceled and my Oncologist, with a smile, said that all Chemo and future cancer treatments are done and they're no longer necessary. It's been 18 months since I've been diagnosed and told that I contracted the most deadly type of leukemia (APL) and it could take me out very fast.

No more weekly needles, no more daily cancer pills, no more quarterly potent leukemia pills, no more unpredictable infections and side effects, just Blood Tests every 3 months.

Oh My God, it's actually over. It didn't hit me until I was in my car and I broke down crying, and praying, and sobbing all the way home. What a journey through the storm as God held me in his arms. I'll actually be normal again.Thank you Lord.