Thompson continues to play with the elements—submerging himself in lakes and muddy puddles, exposing random limbs poking out from the earth, and setting himself on fire. His images have a beautiful sense of movement to them, especially in the recurring presentation of the fluidity of windswept fabric, which often complements his serene expression. Many of the photographer’s images alternate between presenting a visual interpretation of inhaling a breath of fresh air and being suffocated by some unnatural force. However, both of these approaches offer something surreally exquisite.
Decided to venture out to the much-tallked-about Punggol Promenade with its rather scenic landscape facing out to the Singapore straits. Much to my excitement, there wasn’t much to see except for old men by the pier fishing for tiny guppies and loads of boring greenery. (and we got caught in a heavy thunderstorm midway. bugger.)
It been a looooooong while since I’ve posted/reblogged something on Tumblr, probably due to the fact that I am perpetually busy and lots of other happenings going on in life that throws Tumblr back into the dark abyss of my little conscious mind. I’ve decided that I shall try (again) to push myself to update this almost-dead blog and bring it back to life (to what it was intended to be when I first created this blog - a photo blog of whatever I have shot with my awesome camera).
So yes, hopefully I’ll remember to update this blog but considering that I have quite a severe case of short-termed memory, I don’t think there’s a high possibility of it happening HAHA. We’ll see…