The camera I'm currently in love with, Nikon F3. Here it's fitted with a Nikkor 50mm/1.8 lens and a Hoya UV filter (I think).
Monday, July 31, 2006
Saturday, July 29, 2006
One year ago, I brought the FZ5 home today :-) I was so excited with finally owning a digital camera after wanting one for years, not to mention FZ5 was my dream camera that time. The first difference I noticed among film cameras and digital ones are how the latter was more prone to camera shake. This picture of a roof is very significant to me because it was the first successful blur free picture I took that day, also I like the simplicity of everything. It was a sign of good things to come :-)
Saturday, July 22, 2006
Tuesday, July 18, 2006
Second biggest hibiscus I've ever seen, about 6 inches across. The petals reminded me of ruffles on dancers' skirts :-)
These flowers were taken at The Malaysia International Landscape and Garden Festival 2006 held at Perdana Lake Gardens, Kuala Lumpur. I originally wanted to take panoramic pictures of the landscaping design competition but I was too tired and hungry to finish walking the huuuge park.
Though I love flowers, having so to see so many at the same time made me developed some sort of immunity towards them :-P Also don't know why I was so obsessed with looking for lavenders that day, too bad didn't find any on sale though :-( I left about two hours later when rain clouds started to gather, however it didn't rain that day. Fooled by the weather again! :-/
Monday, July 17, 2006
Sunday, July 16, 2006
Saturday, July 08, 2006
Friday, July 07, 2006
I like how the path leading to the hut accentuated depth in this photo. Though I always complain how much I'm sick and tired of tropical plants, I have to admit they actually look good here :p
This is the Activities Field within the Bukit Nenas Forest Reserve near Kuala Lumpur Tower, according to the guide this place is usually booked by schools for camping activities. Jungle Trekking in the Forest Reserve is free and conducted by a guide four times a day at 10.30am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm and 4.30pm. Oh, don't forget to use an insect repellent as well or you'll be eaten alive by mosquitos :D I almost forgot to mention that the guide will usually bring you on the easiest (and also shortest) route with cement paths, but that doesn't mean you can't request to try the many "off road" dirt trails. Feeling adventurous? Go ahead, I recommend it! ^_^