Category Archives: Subjects of Photography



This is the same aquarium that my son set-up two months ago. He changed most of the features, removed the artificial plants and replaced them with live plants. What he did is called aquascaping.

According to wikipedia, aquascaping is the craft of arranging aquatic plants, as well as rocks, stones, cavework, or driftwood, in an aesthetically pleasing manner within an aquarium—in effect, gardening under water.

A dream come true

My son got his birthday gift in advance – a 29-gallon aquarium complete with plants, hardscape, and other accessories. He’s been requesting for this large aquarium since he got interested in keeping gold fish. Hubby realized this is just the perfect time to give the birthday boy his long-time dream.  Happy birthday, son!

Rainy season: Indoor or outdoor shot?


As a photo enthusiast, have you tried taking pictures of any particular thing or place while it is raining? What do you love most about the rain? Do you prefer an outdoor or an indoor shot? Some photographers find it difficult to shoot when it is raining; they worry about their camera and gadgets getting soaked with rain water. Some are just too daring to take the shot no matter what the circumstances or weather condition maybe. How about getting someone to sit and answer all these questions? I wonder if my fave photographer is ready to be my guest blogger. I wonder if he’s interested in music as well. If he does, I might throw in a few questions about musical instrument like if he experienced to actually buy flutes at WWBW. Better check with him if he’s ready for this interview. I’m excited!