Food

2017 Week 25 Gallery 2: A Glimpse Of Fast Food

Golden French Fries Close-upGolden Fries
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Not all fast food is junk food. But not all fast food is exactly bursting with vitamins, fiber and nutrition either. It is still nice to grab a bite of fast food for its convenience, or just for the sake of temporary indulgence. Still, as this is a public blog I have to do the responsible thing and publicly advise people against indulging in too much fast food. I knew a young boy who spent his early life in the comforts of fast food fries, burgers and milkshakes. Watching him, I came to the conclusion that not all obesity is the result of genes – a large part of it is attributed to early childhood eating habits. Watch your children’s eating habits until they are old enough when they start panicking about how they need to look good to attract the opposite sex. 😉 Continue reading

Korean Ginseng Chicken

Ginseng Chicken In Boiling PotKorean Ginseng Chicken In Boiling Pot
Nikon D610, 60mm, f/8, 1/60. ISO 5600

The iconic Korean ginseng chicken with rice filling boiling in rich soup. Ahh…. It is a testament to the capability of a full frame sensor – I could get this in a usable state even at ISO 5600. A viewer won’t even think about suspect that this was obtained at such a high ISO. The image quality is acceptable even at 1-1 examination.

It has been 4 years since the Nikon D610 was announced. About time its successor comes along. Certainly looking forward to what a new-generation 24MP sensor can do! – WY

Photo Album 2016 Day 153: Myeongdong Night And Korean Hotpot

In which we look at a night in colourful Myeongdong, and an equally impressive Korean hotpot, Jajang Tteokbokki.

Streets Of Myeongdong 2016: A Stroll In The Colourful NightStreets Of Myeongdong 2016: A Stroll In The Colourful Night
Nikon D610, 60mm, f/5.6, 1/60, ISO 1000

Myeongdong is even more crowded in the night than it is in the day – more people get off work, travellers generally leave shopping to the evenings, less sunny, etc. It is just natural to the human species that retail and F&B only get into full swing in the evenings (except Sundays ;)). More roadside carts selling street food pull onto the streets starting from the late afternoon. The neon signs on display add a lot of colour and ambiance to the night.
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