There is no love sincerer than the love of food

Feb 9, 2016
Wesley and I went to Borough Market on the last Saturday of January. Because it was a Saturday, the market was undoubtedly busy and lively. There were a lot of food choices, but we only chose a few to eat. We had venison burger, oysters, kofta, kangaroo burger, and a combination of potato, cheese, and baby gherkins. Afterward, we walked to Tate Modern in an attempt to burn the calories and kill time. At the end of the evening, we decided to watch the Revenant. I really liked the cinematography, and the storyline was good.

I've always used my Sigma lens because of its ability to produce sharper images, zoom, and autofocus. But the lens itself is quite heavy, and so I decided to use my 50mm lens for a change. Because it's a fixed lens and it doesn't have autofocus, it took me a while to get used to it. I'm really surprised how the photos came out good as I thought they would come out blurry.

This post is two weeks late because I haven't had time or energy to blog as I've been ill lately. January was a bit of a miserable month with completing various assignments. February is actually going to be even more miserable than January with completing my final year project. Wish me luck!

"The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any"

The hot Apple and Ginger juice was a really nice to combat the cold.



Venison Burger.


Kangaroo burger at the Exotic Meat Company.

Potato, cheese and baby gherkins.

Walking along the River Thames.

Inside Tate Modern.

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