June 8th to June 12th@ Canada, June 16th to June 19th @Canada (had to extend to 20th). dude, mind as well station me in Canada, eh? wish I had more time to walk around with the camera in downtown. customer this time spoke not a single english (he was reading out the sensors as P-ichi, P-ni, P-san to the Irish engineer… LOL) thus a loooooong hectic trip. at least he was awesome.
my recent hyper in Vancouver area is to use public transportation, Skytrain. I love it! commuting via train to work is relaxing for me. especially as I’m taking the millennium expo line (999) getting off King George station on a reverse traffic; rarely anyone on the train by the end. and its cheap.
at the park for my two birthday girls 🙂 didnt have time to take any photos but the few i took are priceless 🙂 especially the third one where Chisen is being lead by my buddy’s daughter on the right (btw she’s a year older then mine, boy Chisen is one chunky girl LOL)
when the bikes were taking off the ramp high in the air, it reminded me of the Masked Rider series where the super hero rides a motorcycle running over the villains. By the way the bikes were sponsored and probably still is sponsored by Honda. Anyways, popped my virginity of shooting a motocross this day. i’ve shot mainly cars (shooting motorsports was my roots to begin photography), running girl (i made her run), and revolving sushi. but not motocross. not knowing the rules and course was pretty difficult for me. i like it. rocks and dirts flying every corners, you get that tension from the rider, and simply they fly.
a pretty hectic way to start 2014 for me. business trips, phone conference 3 times a week or sometimes more, visitors, paper works, reports, budgets and so on. i will need to use my spare time indeed during the trip. morning, afternoon. of course with my little friend, Leica M8.
this time was during the Chinese New Year month. Pacific Centre (i love how they write it as ‘centre’ instead of ‘center’) next to the Four Seasons had this big banzai-ing lady statue or whatever you called those in the front lobby next to the coffee shop on Georgia St. side.