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The famous American novelist Louisa May Alcott has once said, “I’m not afraid of storms, for I’m learning how to sail my ship.” Life is littered with obstacles, the scars from the downs marking our journey with new experiences and knowledge, morphing into the ability we possess as we make our way towards our goal. However, it is easy to overlook the beauty of the nature, especially when work is loaded upon us and we engage in the unending combat with our demons. The natural world is a stunning composition, and changes with time - from green to golden to white, and never fails to astound its audience. It also handles its storms with grace - and just similar to how we also have difficulties in our lives, why don’t we take a page from Mother Gaia and learn how to co-opt these problems into our lives and march forward?



Adi Gunawan

Adi Gunawan is currently working as a graphic designer in Hong Kong and he is fascinated with photography. He has demonstrated interest and passion for cameras since a young age. The digitalisation of photography has led him to be more in love with photography. Through being a monochrome enthusiast, his belief that all the beauty in the world is impossible without the presence of God has strengthened throughout the years.


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