Tuesday, 21 July 2009

Wasai Jumat

Not in the picture, Sean, GMD and Wife.

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Sunday, 19 July 2009

The First and the Last.......

Wasai "Abin", the first wasai that I probably have ever been to....  Qoute of that day " Inda Jauh , Dua Bukit lagi"..

It took us 45mins (as timed by BILLY) to arrive here.......

Another  shot of the Wasai "Jumat" taken from a different POV

Smooth as silk.


Wild Orange Mushroom


Saturday, 18 July 2009

Group shot.

Another group shot at Wasai Abin. Guys remember when i told you about 40 minutes, i didn't lie..it was true.


while waiting


Group photo.

Thank you for being there and sorry for any inconvenience caused. It was a tiring outing and hiking. Some had almost gave up, Semangat juang kept everyone move. I wished other members joined but work commitments are more important. Special thanks to Jinidi from Pertubuhan Photography Brunei who joined us and it was a great pleasure to get few thought from you.

Below is a picture before entering Wasai Jumat and Wasai Abin, to reach this spot took us almost an hour and a half, with the heavy photography equipments.


Last but not least, Jangan Jara.

At the dock at dawn


Small Ben...

This monument dedicated to Harold Nelson Burden (1859-1930), a priest who has devoted his life to the welfare of people, especially in the West of England. He acquired the Dower House from Duke of Beaufort and convert it to institution for mental health and illness. 

Reference: J.Jancar, "The Burdens-pioneers in mental health", Psychiatric Bulletin (1989), 13, 552-555

Wednesday, 15 July 2009


A traditional way of Fish netting.


Dower House next to M32... (what we used to call Yellow castle)

From BBC: Dower House in Bristol was built all the way back in 1553 by Sir Richard Berkeley. It has also been used as Pur Down Hospital and the Burden Neurological Institute.

Tuesday, 14 July 2009

kupang for sale @ tamu kianggeh




Painting with Light.


Golden Hours

I know, the blog's been quiet. I guess its all down to work commitments. This is a picture i took few months ago during a sunset outing to Tungku Beach. Ohh, on the othe note, welcoming back Snap aka WU to BWN after a year in the UK. Hope u can make it to the Saturday's hiking.


Tuesday, 7 July 2009

Cross Processing......

Cross Processing as defined by wiki:

Cross processing (sometimes abbreviated to Xpro) is the procedure of deliberately processing photographic film in a chemical solution intended for a different type of film. The effect was discovered independently by many different photographers often by mistake in the days of C-22 and E-4 . The process is seen most often in fashion advertising and band photography, and in more recent years has become more synonymous with the Lomography movement.[

Saturday, 4 July 2009


Be environment friendly.


Friday, 3 July 2009