Man shall not live on bread alone,
but on every word that
proceeds out of the mouth of God.
- Matthew 4:4 -
Applying this in visual terms, I may interprete it as, what our eyes need is not only photos, but something more. The question is, what is 'more' ?
I may not be able to tell you what kind of film was used, what model of camera or lens were used, what aperture and shutter setting was. However, you can probably find out the answer why it was done, what the thinking was in my mind, or even what the question was in my mind. It may not be an answer at all.
This website was first launched as 'VisualBook' on 31Dec1999. On 7Feb2001, it is then changed as 'EyesCoffee.com'.
EyesCoffee.com is all about visual. The major component is photo images taken by myself, which contain colour, B/W, digital, etc. Apart from that, you can also find words, poems, articles, etc. Human perception is interesting. Human perceive the world when different media work in parallel. Imagine when you are browsing a magazine, things come in a random order, or even in a chaotic order.
Similar to a magazine, I am trying my best to provide monthly updates, and sometimes even weekly.
EyesCoffee is not iced coffee. I also hope that it is not eyes candy, but something bitter, just like life.
Duncan Cheuk-sang Wong
EyesCoffee.com founded 31 Dec 1999
All content of this web site is provided as free resource for everyone with access to the web. If you enjoy it, you are free to make contribution as appreciation of what have been done here.
- Purchase anything from amazon.com via the links in EyesCoffeeShop
- Or even a few words of feedback by email, it means to me
All content of this web site is the property and copyright of the EyesCoffee.com. It is not to be used for any other purposes, copied, distributed, transmitted, or displayed in any form or by any means without the prior written consent of EyesCoffee.com.
About the EyesCoffee Barcode
The text 'EyesCoffee' is formatted using Verdana Font 18 point. The barcode image is created online by http://www.milk.com/barcode. It contains totally 12 digits, digit 1 to digit 12 counting from the left to the right. It records the last date of the 20th century. Digit 2-6 contains the year 1999 while digit 7-11 contains the day+month 31Dec. 5 digits are used to store year and day+month. Digit 2 and 7 can be used for future expansion if required.
Digit 12 is an automatically generated check digit. The overall artwork is created by using Adobe © Image Ready