Few more before the week starts! Little Kid at the Market   Cat amongst the onions….

So finally I back home and loading up some of the pictures to my hard drive. Did not shoot much (which is generally good). There’s not much too shoot (or rather I am way too picky in taking photos). But my problem is that I like to take many many photos of the same subject…

I spent my childhood days in Keramat. Stayed here since 1980. From there on, I moved away to few places – Taping for boarding school, Cheras A Levels and UK for my degree. And now I am residing in PJ in my own place. Datuk Keramat is definitely an older place than where I used…

Another one of the photos which is shot whilst in Klang. The original intention of this photo was to shoot the ray of light going thru the smoke that's burning the incense stick. Good idea I supposed, but it was not an easy task as the morning was quite windy. And being next to an…

On the way down from the lake somewhere in Padang, there was this makcik who was washing the dishes for her stall….

Finally I managed to change my blog such away that I am able to display a 1000 pixels picture on every page. With all the advancement in technology, I think its a waste if I am unable to share the picture in a larger resolution (previously was 500px).

In my recent trip to Klang over the weekend, we(me and my photo kakis) visited an old school coffee factory. Unfortunately, there the factory was not roasting the beans as the workers were sick. Thus we only managed to capture the machines. Interesting enough, one of the usage of the roaster is actually a clothes…

A photo of a factory worker separating the vermicelli after cutting it through the machine. The vermicellis are imported from China in bulk, and then cut and separated into smaller pieces for packaging.

One of that you can see when you visit the market in Siem Reap. Its definitely a difficult light situation, but always fun to be able to capture one. I wish i have a reflector on the table that will illuminate his face. It’ll be a better picture…

An old photo taken during crossing bridges organized by me in Sampoerna and Tawau.

A malaysian version of preserved fruits – some are sour, and some are sweet 🙂 Its a must try if you pop over to any of the local sundry or market.