Monday, May 08, 2006

Sunday on 7 May



At 11 a.m. yesterday, I was at the Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, joining one of the guided tour. If you are keen to find out more about my experience on this tour, please stay tune to this blog. I don't know when I would write about it. I only wish to spend a bit more time these few months practising.

This morning, I suddenly question myself whether I should take my Grade 8 double bass practical exams this year. I suddenly fear that I am on the verge of failing. Is that a sign to say that I am walking too fast a pace than I can manage? Or is it a sign to tell me to give up on some aspects of my life? The balancing act does not seem an easy one.

Anyway, yesterday seems to be a good day to be out taking outdoor photography. Yesterday's weather was comparatively better than the past few weeks. At the very least, the skies were relatively not as hazy. The sun was shining pretty bright after noon hour, and I managed to capture the shot as seen right above.

Here's sharing the photograph with all who travel to this blog. After weeks of hazy and unfavourable weather, I find myself quite fascinated by the blue hues of the skies, and the fleeting white clouds. Do you feel similar?

5 comments:

mistipurple said...

you can pace yourself from now. write a time-table for your practise sessions, and work it till 2 weeks before the exam (estimated time ie.) good luck!

oceanskies79 said...

I did some arpeggio just now. I could do a time-table. Now my worry is I don't seem to find any contemporary piece that I can relate to from the list... people keep telling contemporary pieces are easy. Show me how.

Simple American said...

Don't panic PY. You are a shining star. Persevere and you will. I have no doubts.

dreaming-neko said...

blue skies are rare in bangkok too... but luckily hawaii is full of them, so i'll send some to you :)

mistipurple said...

can you ask your orchestra tutor to recommend? i am sure he will have a few up his sleeve. ;)