Earphones bundled with the NexusOne, so called 'Google phone'. Not bad quality.
Monday, February 8, 2010
Taken on the way of coming back to the office, after a long biz meeting outside. I like the time slot between 4pm to 6 pm of day that is the best time for photography unless it's much cloudy.
Many people have announced that my new-born child apparently resembles me a lot. So, I wanted to confirm whether he does or not with some photos of my childhood.
This picture is one of them. I figured out the reason why they say he is the very son of mine.
Besides, this picture reminds me of one more piece of childhood memory.
The HORRIBLE-LOOKING doll. I do remember it, believe it or not. It was my favorite partner when I was in that ages.
I realized that my own cultural tastes in media have been developed for a very long time :-)
Sunday, February 7, 2010
Saturday, February 6, 2010
This skyscraper is just next to my office building. As far as I'm concerned, one of the most expensive flats in Korea. I took this shot from the roof of my office building that is nine floors above the ground.
I read an article saying that one rich guy committed suicide by jumping from this building early in the morning yesterday. No clear reason has been disclosed yet. It's horrible.
This is a NexusOne shipped from US. NexusOne is the Google's smartphone based on Android OS. I gotta examine everything about it piece by piece, focusing on its user interface system. It would be enjoyable. I love my job :-)
Some say that a good photographer anyhow produces good photos no matter which gear he/she has. I think it's right, but also I know I'm not a good photographer. That's why I need a better camera recently. I have this, Sony a850 in view currently. The most reasonable full-frame DSLR, the Sony a850 is. One thing I concern is it could cost fairly much.
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Monday, February 1, 2010
This is a indoor shot of small lego house I built. I need something fun suddenly, that's all.
The object that is seen through the window looks like a building with many windows, which makes this picture more realistic, I think. It's just a plastic basket.