There is always time for reading

This exactly how my perfect day looks like, a book (or books depending on how long my idle time lasts) in hand and a coffee shop nearby, enough to smell the aroma of fresh beans.

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11 thoughts on “There is always time for reading

    • passporttorainbows says:

      Sure thing. 🙂 Your pictures are amazing. I wish one day I’ll take picture half as good as yours.

      • passporttorainbows says:


        Did you study to become photographer or was it a hobby turned career? 🙂

      • passporttorainbows says:

        Really? I find your pictures very professional. How long have you been doing it?

        Sorry if I’m too inquisitive. I just recently started taking pictures myself and I’m wondering what could hasten my pace of progress. 🙂

      • around 4 to 5 years ago but not consistent, whenever I have free time… the key thing is keep shooting and take the camera everywhere I go (if I can) and also read some books to cover basics and the technical aspects of the camera, composition and exposure ..etc.

      • passporttorainbows says:

        Thanks so much for all you help. Would you mind if I asked about photography every now and then? 🙂

    • passporttorainbows says:

      I on the other hand am taking a break from all the busy body pile of work so I’ve had so much time to read. I’ve officially read all Grisham books and I’m halfway through my summer list. 🙂

      I’d love to do a photo walk with you B. All my dad’s subjects are dark and serious these days and I wanna try some lighter shots. *excited*

      You’re feeling okay right?

      PS Dad has a new blog,

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