for ESA’s comet chasing space probe, Rosetta
She had been sleeping for a very long time. 31 months to be exact. That was indeed a very long time.
Somewhere, somewhere inside the depths of her mind, she was vaguely aware of a timer, an alarm, counting down to the moment she would awake. That timer had kept her asleep for all those months.
The timer was almost done now. In an hour, she would awaken and her long slumber would come to an end.
beep beep beep.
The timer was beeping.
She opened her eyes and felt her senses wake up.
Information and data and flooded into her mind.
‘Let’s go catch ourselves a comet’ She thought to herself and smiled.
Finally I have my own Danbo!
I have an obsession with toy photography, and always wanted a Danbo of my own.
When I saw Simply Toys at Bugis Junction selling mini Danbo, I immediately bought it. And assembled Danbo the night itself.
Now Danbo is my main prop for toy photography. I’ll post more Danbo photos on my Instagram, Deviantart and Flickr.
Thursday will be my last day at work. How and why I’m leaving my job is not relevant. What is relevant is where I’m going – moving forward.
I’m back on the job hunting market.
But first, I get to spend 4 days in Hong Kong with the parents. The Pentax K30 is obviously going along – so expect picspam when I get back on Monday.
After that, I will be haunting the job sites and spamming my résumés at just about every single suitable opportunity. I’m also planning to finally get down to clearing my bedroom. Processing the massive piles of photos I’ve been shooting. And heading to Bidadari to shoot more birds and scenery.
I’m scared and excited.
Once again, it is almost time for International Observe the Moon Night 2013!
Here’s the details of the event I’m helping out with.
Date: 12 October 2013, Saturday
Time: 7:30pm till late.
Location: the area in front of the McDonalds at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park.
Like all astronomy events, this one is weather permitting.