Photography is something that I love, but it is not something that I am good at. This picture was taken few weeks ago, after work. It was quite late, I believe almost 11pm. Shot using my iPhone. The view of the river and the lights you see there, are lights from the temple. That woman … Continue reading Late Night View
This photo was taken few weeks ago. The mayor (right) walked around the night market.
It was 9 pm. At the sight of the authority approaching, he tried to run, but he was surrounded. There were more than 10 of them, probably 20 - Police, officers from the welfare, a politician, and those from the rescue unit. All of them tried to help him. At least, with a comfortable bed … Continue reading The Vagrant
Just some simple pictures I took during a recent trip. Click to enlarge.
This is especially for Elisha, who requested more pictures. Lucky you I found some of the photos. Not the best, but I'll put it up anyway just for you. All the best for your upcoming concert. Check out some of the Flame Ballet i posted in 2012.
I was attending a function at the hospital. And I caught this boy curiously watching what was happening inside the room.
In the distance, the sun sets in for the night to come. It was about 6.30pm in the early September, 2013 and I had just had my dinner – the not so comfortable dinner I had. The boat rocked side to side, and I was trying my best to keep my balance. It was not … Continue reading In The Distance
This is something you don't get to see everyday. I grew up in this town, and I used to walk at the central market almost everyday for the past few years. This stall has been there for a long time, but I never see it until recently. How could I missed such a sight before?
A few days ago, I was assigned to cover the 2nd Sibu International Dance Festival (SIDF). About 11 countries participated in the 5-day event. As I mentioned it before, stage performances or any other performances photography is a real challenge for me. But, I love it and every time when I was given the assignment, … Continue reading Dance Festival
Most of the traditional longhouses in Sarawak were built by the bank of a navigable river. Water was their source of life; their culture, their identity. The river is their way of life; the most precious thing they treasured, along with other natural jungle produces. However, in this 21st century, it was all about to … Continue reading Water, Such A Treasure