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    Default Casio Edifice - A Farewell, a memory

    Well... Feeling down and out recently after my gf decided she needs a break from our 4 yr long r/s. The watch was the last gift I had from her from my birthday in April. Decided to do a series for this watch as memory. Did this with a heavy heart though...

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    NICE detail..!!

    Didnt know that Casio have this model.

    Sorry to hear that....

    Dont feel down..!!! go out and shot more nice pix..!!
    At least you can forget while you are shooting...

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    Take care brother. All are not lost, but this is surely a testing time of high anxiety.

    If its any comfort ~ my wife did asked for the "time break" slight before the wedding. At times its the wedding that pressurizes and set people on alternative considerations (thou extreme and highly unfair and laced with pessimism). Give both a little space but keep the faith, that was how she is my wife today. I am not here to bring sympathy and that is not what you need. If u need a little time and space to gear yourself up and get her back, you do it!

    If I can be of any help at all, call me. My time is flexible for u, so long as you keep your spirit up! I am sure the rest of Tangshooters dun just shoot beside you, we are you alliance in photography and friends in all other accounts.

    Fight on brudder. Take Heart!!
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    cheer up ya. your pain will fade slightly in time.

    your photo on this is great. don't give up ya. maybe it's a good chance to understand who you are and whom you should be looking for. jia you dude.

    I have one edifice too, but yours is way more awesome then mine. I have another beside. I like casio before they went upmarket. darn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubber_Duck View Post
    NICE detail..!!

    Didnt know that Casio have this model.

    Sorry to hear that....

    Dont feel down..!!! go out and shot more nice pix..!!
    At least you can forget while you are shooting...
    Yupz... Quite like this model too... titanium body so quite light. Ya thanx for the encouragement.

    Quote Originally Posted by falconite View Post
    Take care brother. All are not lost, but this is surely a testing time of high anxiety.

    If its any comfort ~ my wife did asked for the "time break" slight before the wedding. At times its the wedding that pressurizes and set people on alternative considerations (thou extreme and highly unfair and laced with pessimism). Give both a little space but keep the faith, that was how she is my wife today. I am not here to bring sympathy and that is not what you need. If u need a little time and space to gear yourself up and get her back, you do it!

    If I can be of any help at all, call me. My time is flexible for u, so long as you keep your spirit up! I am sure the rest of Tangshooters dun just shoot beside you, we are you alliance in photography and friends in all other accounts.

    Fight on brudder. Take Heart!!
    Yupz... she did mention the wedding thingy was the triggering pt... since last yr in fact. I do not wished to be sympathized too as I noe that life goes on. I still have u shooting buddies to shoot and fight alongside me... haha... JUz wanna bring across the importance of time and to cherish everything around us.

    Quote Originally Posted by puraime View Post
    cheer up ya. your pain will fade slightly in time.

    your photo on this is great. don't give up ya. maybe it's a good chance to understand who you are and whom you should be looking for. jia you dude.

    I have one edifice too, but yours is way more awesome then mine. I have another beside. I like casio before they went upmarket. darn.
    Haha... I never thot i would like edifice too. This design was quite unique and x too but well... it was a last gift and I think it has particular value so I did a TFCD for it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    Yupz... Quite like this model too... titanium body so quite light. Ya thanx for the encouragement.
    maybe it's me but i do feel your sadness is coming through some of the shots.

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    A good friend of mine once advice
    Everything is transient...
    Good luck and may love comes back knocking at your door soon.

    I enjoy your photographs.

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    Hey man,

    I love the Casio Edifice models, too! I got myself 3 from the series, including the Edifice Gold Label one.

    Lovely detail. I am sure you've spent a lot of time looking at every square milimetre of this watch. I share Zohan's sentiments; I never knew you could feel emotion from a picture of a watch.

    Y'know, when it comes to relationships, I know it's very hard when you're the one directly affected. 4 years is a long time, but don't be too hung up on that. It doesn't mean that the longer you are in a r'ship, the better it's supposed to be.

    A "time out" could be a good thing, as this will be a test of whether the both of you are meant to be together or not. Whatever the results at the end, it would be for the better.

    Take care, dude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zohan View Post
    maybe it's me but i do feel your sadness is coming through some of the shots.
    Quote Originally Posted by oberkorn View Post
    A good friend of mine once advice
    Everything is transient...
    Good luck and may love comes back knocking at your door soon.

    I enjoy your photographs.
    Quote Originally Posted by synapseman View Post
    Hey man,

    I love the Casio Edifice models, too! I got myself 3 from the series, including the Edifice Gold Label one.

    Lovely detail. I am sure you've spent a lot of time looking at every square milimetre of this watch. I share Zohan's sentiments; I never knew you could feel emotion from a picture of a watch.

    Y'know, when it comes to relationships, I know it's very hard when you're the one directly affected. 4 years is a long time, but don't be too hung up on that. It doesn't mean that the longer you are in a r'ship, the better it's supposed to be.

    A "time out" could be a good thing, as this will be a test of whether the both of you are meant to be together or not. Whatever the results at the end, it would be for the better.

    Take care, dude.
    Thanks all for the kind encouragement and feedback. A picture tells a thousand words. Time is of essence and so cherish time and the people around you ya...

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    Nice shots
    Looks like a Casio Advert
    Cheer up bro!
    TangShooters will be around to sapork chiu

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    DUn worry bro.. maybe it's time to upgrade to a Rolex watch. Old one dun go, new one wouldn't come.. and a newer and better model will come..for u.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redsun View Post
    Nice shots
    Looks like a Casio Advert
    Cheer up bro!
    TangShooters will be around to sapork chiu
    Yupz... brothers in arms... we live to shoot...

    Quote Originally Posted by m3lv1nh0 View Post
    DUn worry bro.. maybe it's time to upgrade to a Rolex watch. Old one dun go, new one wouldn't come.. and a newer and better model will come..for u.
    well... sometimes the one u love most may not be the one that you will be with forever. Its hard getting over but I am slowly adjusting back. Btw, I dun think i will go for Rolex style... old and non stylish. I prefer Tissot. haha...

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    Breitling FTW!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    Breitling FTW!
    Interesting... If I can get hold of one of that watch I will TFCD a series of it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    Interesting... If I can get hold of one of that watch I will TFCD a series of it...
    Get your next GF to give u one lor.. hehehe

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