Monday, November 30, 2009

Fuyooo....

Location : Sim-Sim Village, Sandakan, Sabah
Captured with Nikon D90, Nikkor AF-S 18-105mm, 1/50,f5.6,ISO200

While driving looking for unique spots to capture, I was mesmerised by this huge building which look both antique and at the same time has a modern touch. Later I learned that this building belongs to a Yatch Club.

Also caught my attention is this big, handsome, awfully macho and tough vehicle parked near the building. OMG...I'm in love.....Could someone please tell me what is the type of this car? So awesome.....!



The Malaysian spirits

Location : Sim-Sim Village, Sandakan, Sabah
Captured With Nikon D90, Nikkor AF-S 18-105mm, 1/50,f5.6,ISO200

I never saw this symbol here before or am I just ignorant? How do they do it?


Always by my side forever...

Location : Sim-Sim Village, Sandakan, Sabah
Captured With Nikon D90, Nikkor AF-S 18-105mm, 1/500,f5.6,ISO200

These two boats tied to a jetty beside a school. I Love the reflection of the ships and woods under the afternoon sun around 5.00 pm.


Ships along the way...

Location : 'Waterfront' at Sandakan Town Area, Sandakan, Sabah
Captured With Nikon D90, Nikkor Af-S 18-105mm,1/640,f6.3,ISO200

For the first time I noticed there's a lot of ships either big or small, parked along the seaside from Batu 1 1/2 to Sim-Sim to town area to Tanah Merah and even Batu Sapi and beyond...All kind of ships, in good condition or just abandoned.


Magnetise to the sea...

Location : Pasir Putih Beach, Sandakan, Sabah
Captured With Nikon D90, Nikkor AF-S 18-105mm, 1/250,f8,ISO200

Love the blue sea on the right and grey on the left which is shadowed by trees along the beach. I used to swim here long time ago when the water is still clear.




Sunday, November 29, 2009

You dont have to see me...

Location : Somewhere along Ranau - Telupid road, Sabah
Captured With Nikon D90, AF-S Nikkor 18-105mm

It takes 6 hours to drive from Kota Kinabalu to Sandakan, Sabah. The road which stretched along 325km need full concentration due to the roads awfull condition especially along Telupid - Beluran Road which is already under construction. We travel in two cars and at this bridge we manage to get a 10 minutes light sleep to overcome the sleepiness and tiredness.


Flowers are Girls Icon

Location : Taman Tinosan, Sandakan, Sabah
Captured With Nikon D90, 18-105mm

The first picture is a plant with small and cute flowers which is called "Buluh Perindu".


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