Thursday, 31 May 2007

Dentist "SNAP-ON" tools

these are the stuff to drill your teeth out....haha....don be scared they are not that pain after all :)

More 60 monument

finally i edit some of my monument 60 this are part of it......enjoy and comments :)


Fly up high baby..

The JP Playground.

This picture was taken way back in December, 2006 during the live mini concert photoshoot with Sufri and Yati. F4.5, 1/2s ISO400, captured RAW and conversion was done with Aperture 1.5.1, filtered with noise ninja, editing was carried out with CS2 for removal of a dustbin on the left of the picture.

Wednesday, 30 May 2007

Rolantos Contagious mosque...

This is SOAS mosque, the most photographed landmark in Brunei, this was taken during an outing sometime last january, taken at 14mm (28mm) wide, which was not wide enough..i wished i had a 7(14)mm lens.

Tuesday, 29 May 2007

Creepy Roots

I saw, i shoot!! creepy roots... It was taken during my trip to St' Fagans in Cardiff.


Just tyring... Picture was taken on my way to Loch Lomond... Its raining tho... plus, it was taken by a Nikon coolpix S1...

last mosque pictures!! lol

sorry guys this would be the last mosque picture hehe

wonder whats the future ahead

Photography Competition To Mark His Majesty's 61st Birthday

Photography Competition To Mark His Majesty's 61st Birthday
By Hj Mohd Said Arshad

Bandar Seri Begawan - The Photographers Association of Brunei Darussalam will organise a photography competition and exhibition to mark the 61st birthday of His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam.

The event is organised jointly with the executive administrative committee of His Majesty's birthday celebration for the Brunei-Muara District.

The event is aimed at glorifying the birthday celebration of His Majesty and to expose potential and talented shutterbugs. It is also held to stimulate interest in techniques and art of photography as well as to give cooperation in promoting the Sultanate through photographic exhibition.

The four categories in the competition are "Potraits of His Majesty", "Faces of Brunei", "Get-Together Session with His Majesty" and "The Beauty of Negara Brunei Darussalam" For the "Wajah-Wajah Abadi" or Potraits of His Majesty, the category is open to citizens and permanent residents of the country and black and white photographs of His Majesty could also be submitted.

For "Wajah-Wajah Brunei" or Faces of Brunei category, it is for VIPs and should portray the pictures of Bruneians and their lifestyles such as fishing, padi harvesting, craftmaking, performing religious activities and so on. This category is open to members of the royal family, ministers, deputy ministers, permanent secretaries and their deputies, diplomats, heads of departments and their deputies, directors and managers of the private sector.

The category of "Bersama Rakyat (KDYMM Bersama Rakyat)" or Get- Together Session is open to citizens and permanent residents while for the final category under the heading "Negara Brunei

Darussalam Indah dan Permai" or The Beauty of Brunei, the photos should depict the surrounding and latest events highlighting the uniqueness and beauty of Brunei. This category is open to citizens and permanent residents.

The deadline to submit applications is June 29 by 5.30pm. Entry forms can be submitted to the Secretary of the exhibition and competition at the Rasa Ceria Cafe at the SEAMEO-VOCTECH in An Pasar Gadong.

The exhibition is expected to be held during His Majesty's Get-Together Session with residents in the Brunei-Muara District on July 22.

The entry fee for all the categories is $10 for non-members and $5 for members of the association. Late entries will be charged $10 for every photo submitted. Entries are limited to four photographs for every category. The prize money ranges from $800 to $100.-- Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin

If you guys wanna hand in together feel free to contact me and i will try to arrange the time to submit !! however i will be MIA between 7th june till 22th june :)

Ohh...sing it out loud..

This is took around sometime around january, taken with the e Canon 30D and 70-200 F2.8L lens.

busy at work

another eve shot at work, hard working guys hahha

one evening at tungku beach

hi, pic taken at one lazy evening at tungku beach

Jame Asr

More pictures of the Jame Asr........enjoy :)

Monday, 28 May 2007

One busy month

It has been a very busy time we had for the past few months. This is panoramic view of the maintenance hangar during the busy months.


hi photo uploaded again!! try to guess where is it? and let me know hehe :)

Sunday, 27 May 2007


hi either me or sad....I myslef really love this pictures ( dunno why), and i took this while i was on my back from perth airport (a small little airport in scotland- went there for short courses) to goh's apartment. and.....I love it...haha..hope you liek it...and as usual--i love coments( good or bad--it helps) :)

Pitot and AOA sensor.

Hello again, this is a picture of Pitot probe and the AOA (angle of attack) sensor fitted to a Boeing 767-200 aircraft. A quick description on the Pitot Static system,

Aircraft constantly encounter atmosphere pressure changes as they climb, descend, accelerate or decelerate. The pitot-static system - sensitive to airspeed, altitude, and rates of altitude change - provides the pressure information displayed on cabin instrumentation.

An outside air temperature sensor must be installed for air data systems.

The airspeed indicator is vented to both pitot and static lines. The airspeed indicator reacts to changes between pitot air and static air. The altimeter and vertical speed indicator, however, require venting to only the static line (see Venting of a Pitot-Static System above). The system shown employs a heated pitot tube to prevent ice formation, a necessary feature for flight in instrument conditions.

click here for description of a basic Pitot/Static system.

Saturday, 26 May 2007

hello guys!!

hi don write much. But i love comments. Well, this shot is taken from the other angle of the monument. Enjoy

60 Monument.

In conjunction with HM 60th Birthday, this 15th July, this monument was build. I had the oppurtunity with Kevin, Chua, Gary and Myself to shoot this wonderful monument. We started at 9.30pm and had to wait for almost an hour fo the rain to stop.

Friday, 25 May 2007

Tired and alone

This was taken at the Damuan recreation park around few months back. I was with the kids and couldn't help taking few pictures. I've somehow decided to join in the fun on this photoblog.

for trials only :)