"Điều đáng sợ hơn cả sự cô đơn bạn cảm thấy khi ở một mình là sự cô đơn bạn cảm thấy khi đang ở trong một mối quan hệ." -Cốm-
I found this when surfing 9gag. I personally like this photo series a lot on following points:
+ its vintage drawing style (I’m not sure on this. If it’s not vintage, can anyone tell me what style is it?)
+ the ‘how-to’ bowtie part
+ it contains very basic guideline on how to dress for men. Basic and extremely sexy at the same time
So, have fun sharing!
Recently, I’m easily bored so I set this photo challenge for myself to have some fun during the day
♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠ Challenge name: One photo a day ♠♠♠♠♠♠♠♠
What: take one photo of one thing that you’re grateful for having + 1-line description
When: April 8, 2014 – May 8, 2014 (30 days)
Where: doesn’t matter
Reward upon completion: 30 photos, increase in gratitude sense, ability to see how my life goes
Like Ellen Degeneres says: “Be kind to one another” as everybody is already fighting a battle, either loudly or silently
I wrote this speech last semester for a public speaking class. I think the challenge is relatively obvious:
Today I want to talk about silent battles. Some are small—when you’ve crawled into bed only to realize you forgot to turn the light off, when your hand won’t fit into the Pringles can, when you’re in the shower and realize that you’ve forgotten a towel. And some silent battles are big, like depression, loneliness, fear
I want to tell you a story about the struggles of a man that I know well. When this man was young, he had everything going for him. He was extremely intelligent; he was funny; he was attractive and well-liked. He was educated—on his way to a doctorate degree. He married a beautiful woman and had two beautiful children. Put simply, he had a charming life and what looked like a successful future ahead of him…
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A tasteful combination to gain back the joy of an early-April-sunny morning after hours of wandering through crowded and tricky roads and almost get lost to other side of the city
I love this idea and save it to try it later. Very creative and smart way to learn observation, I think
I upload sets of photos to my photoblog and use images to liven up posts here all the time, but until this year I never thought much about the overarching stories my choices of images tell. I used images as decoration and illustration, not as real elements of my content.
That is, until I spent a morning last fall exploring a sunrise market in Hanoi with photographer Colm Pierce, learning to improve my photography and how I present it. Introducing: the three-picture story.
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