For a long time now, I have wanted to take some photos of the more understated, daily side of Kuching. But who am I kidding, these really are just some half-hearted photos I snapped randomly on the streets. With lots of photo filters applied, like make up :)

I had other photos taken with phone cameras that I can’t retrieve now, and so many missed shots my heart aches a little, but it’s okay. Warning: these do not represent Kuching well.

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It was nostalgic revisiting Christchurch after four years. Snow graced the city also the day after I arrived. I remember treading through similar fields of white to walk to high school. The juxtaposition of what has changed and what has not — the place and the people, including myself — suddenly became a sore reminder of the passing of time.

From the kind comments it seems I may not have conveyed it well (haha), but when I wrote about this young guy with brain cancer it was, in part, a challenge to reflect on what I have been doing with my past years. Now back in Melbourne, I remember four years ago when I left Christchurch to not return I am sure I reiterated these proverbs in my heart.

But snow means some easy photos. Here are some of them, as well as some obligatory post-earthquake ones.

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