Saved from the flood
And sneezing along the way (didn’t captured this though…)
Not very good shot of the watchmaker… But needed to get some close up view. Would be better if I have a 35mm.
Little that I know, but apparently famous is the most shot watchmaker in Klang.
Short coffee + walk + photography with friends in Little India in Klang. Saw this chap setting up his palm reading stall.
If you look closely, there’s actually a bird!
For whatever reason, I’ve been getting myself into taking cityscapes of the back alleys. The fascination over vertical lines just got to me. I do find using Leica cameras is a bit limiting. Missing my tilt-shift lens which I owned many years ago. Then again, with technology – I could easily do the perspective correction. Perhaps – I need to take out my tripod to ensure easier corrections.
One of my favourite spots to shoot. In fact – many many years ago, I spent a lot of time in this place, as part of the Kids Click program together with the forum which brought me into photography – PhotoMalaysia.com.
Photos in the gallery show some of the older photos that I took (except for the ones with me) of the activities that we did as part of the program. It was rather successful and I bet everybody enjoyed their time during the session.
Another shot from my night shoot. The boss and the worker. Despite the chap looking a bit angry (or surprised) – he was actually very friendly. I stopped by for a few minutes to chat with him and he was saying about the restaurant getting back to the groove after reopening of economy,
During my street shoot on a Sunday – 1st March, I bumped into a person sleeping under a cabana. I don’t think its a homeless person because he did not have any luggage with him. I suspect, it is a drunk person from the night before.
I am not sure if you can see the person, but it is at the bottom right hand corner 🙂
I guess, the image is not very well composed, because it is hard to be able to notice the person on the bottom right hand corner!
I generally don’t like to shoot homeless, but since the photo does not have any face, I think it is fine. You can’t tell who the person is 🙂
Behind the hustle and bustle of the market, the cleaners do take time to rest and have a sip of coffee in tied in plastic packs. The cleanliness(or non-cleanliness) of the market relies on these souls. They work hard throughout the morning and they do deserve the time for that quick sip.
Another photo from Sin Sze Ya temple. A photo of an old lady praying. At the right time of the day, should be able to get very good light from the skylight on the roof.