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  • “Are We Going The Right Way?”

    February 20, 2020 by

    Kudos on the University for organising free staff hiking sessions in the nearby Auckland Domain every week. The recent two Eastern-Time Wednesdays has seen me being rejected by a few places so it helps if I could return to nature while making some friends. Earlier today while we were (I was) exploring some of the… Read more

  • Photo Story: A Collection of 2019 Sun Pictures

    December 31, 2019 by

    When I was at the kitchen, 2019’s last sunset, as was assigned by Gregorian-calander-using people for this time zone, was right outside the window. So I figured I’d capture its descent. I recorded a video, alongside this single photo.2019 is the first full year I spent with my 200mm lens, and my reliance on it… Read more

  • [Photo Story] Suddenly Still

    December 12, 2019 by

    Before I looked further, she stopped me, “in the night sky, within the world’s collective field of vision, most things are moving at tremendously high speeds. And yet, they gathered only to create such a still scene.” — FW’s Scrapbook, “Sunbeam”, An Unfinished Story, 2015. Today is December 12th. 11th in some regions. Several of… Read more

  • Carl Sagan‘s 85th Birthday Anniversary

    November 9, 2019 by

    Here at FWPhys, I would like to celebrate late Dr Carl Sagan’s 85th birthday. Recently, I am revisiting a few books he wrote. And I do so not only because the beautiful ways he put words together to address the clouds of mars, the solar sail, the critical thinking process etc, but also the life… Read more

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