Rubber tapping tools on display at the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall.
Mom excitedly asked if I've taken a picture of the rubber tapping tools & started to tell me interesting facts about rubber tapping which I never knew. Invaluable lesson which I believe many might not know too.
Sprained my wrist more than two months ago before I finally decided to go to Eu Yan Sang to get it checked. The doctor said there's a mild infection of the vein near the joints at the wrist hence I'll feel discomfort whenever I move my thumb. Besides being "bundled" up, I was also being prescribed with 7 days' worth of medicine (shudders). I was told that this is a common problem faced by mothers who have to carry/lift their kids. Of course, I don't have to carry any kid but I think my huge carry-all bag is no laughing matter. Well, I can still live life as per normal but I have to refrain from carrying heavy stuff. I wonder how is that possible?
I took this picture with my left hand holding the camera upside down. The final picture has been rotated twice to get it in the right position. Today, I took all the pictures using "Shutter Priority" mode instead of the usual "Manual" mode and I must say that the picture turned out pretty well. After adjusting the aperture & ISO the brightness of the picture came out exactly like I see it. Another milestone in my photography journey.
Recently, I've started making notes in preparation for an upcoming exam. This brought back memories of my school days when day-in, day-out, we were frantically jotting everything flashed by the lecturers. I believe nowadays, laptops have long replaced paper & pens, instead of writing, students are typing their notes.