Inspirational Writing?

June 21st, 2010 by kamkuey

I used to be able to sit down in front of a computer, and purely by picking on my memory and previous experience, come out with an article for my blog. It can be about anything at all. From the current issues to football to a pleasant lady I just saw walking pass as I am sitting here at the overly priced but delicious cup of roasted coffee. It can really be anything at all.

But somehow, over the past couple of years, this ability seems to have diminished. I wonder if there is a reason for this. Was there something new in my life that have nudged they writer in me aside?

Was it photography? I doubt it. Photography probably was one of the many subjects I could write about. Right down to technicalities which may bore some of you to hell and back.

Was it being in a relationship? Hmm.. it could be a possibility. I am not the kind of person who is able to wrestle out my feelings and then churn and mould them into words. Maybe that’s because I am not the kind of person who shares my personal feelings, especially the ‘down feelings’ with the world. Or probably a handful of you who actually do read my blog.

Or was it that I just lost all interest in writing?

Maybe I need an inspiration? Do writers need inspiration? Are writers like artists? Do I need to sit at starbucks with my notebook and stare into empty space and wait for an inspiration to strut by? An inspiration with nice long, nicely toned legs plugged into an equally well toned body topped with an oval-shaped face and mesmerising eyes hidden behind Gucci sunnies sashaying by?

Or maybe I should travel a bit. So that I may have something to base my inspiration on?


Inspiration inspiration. Where art thou?

Maybe I should go take some photos. Maybe from those photos I may draw some inspiration.


Leaky Leaky

June 18th, 2010 by kamkuey

Not many will appreciate this photo.

Originally a ‘feature’ of lomo cameras, where it’s build is kind of ‘proton-like’. So there’s little gaps in the fittings, allowing light to enter the camera, affecting the light-sensitive films inside. However, the leaky-light effects somehow grew on some people. That and some other characteristics of a lomo-cam is (roughly) how lomography came to be.

This particular photo, however, is digitally enhanced by an application in the camera phone. Not bad lar. But nothing beats the real thing :)


Nothing much to know about myself. In a nutshell, I manage a little call centre, but I was trained in IT. Now more like I am in the service industry cum IT support. Anyways, on the side, I like motoring, photography and sometimes fishing. Anything else you can ask me direct la.