Monday, May 31, 2010

Darkness to Outdoor Eyes

A good photography moment will arise when we use all our five senses to see, hear, touch, taste and smell everything around us. Here, I want to share with you what I have read in Outdoors Eyes X-treme website that explain 5 wall of darkness that sure will stop your photography IN-stinct. Yeah, thats the best way to say it.
1. THE ELEMENT OF TIME - Allow yourself to let go off time. Time has a way of ruining everything that can be enjoyed. Learn to slow down, experience the moment and clear your mind.

2. CONSTANT WORRYING OR GUILT FEELING - Allow yourself to take some time off and let go of your worries for the time being. Our job or task list will never end so stop worrying for a short moment and let go.
3. CONSTANT THINKING OR ANALYZING - Learn just how to remain still and be quiet. Stop analyzing things in front of you. Just observe...

4. PREJUDICES AND DISCOMFORT - Making so many excuses and complaining about things or style, culture or even a person. Stop it, observe and you may see some interesting things arise...
5. NOTHING NEW SYNDROME - Nature or things around us is constantly changing. Learn to realize that there are always new possibilities, even from a place that you have visited over and over.
Location : Kg Tampasak, Kinarut, Papar

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Autumn Landscape

Colours of Autumn is the colors of heaven...I think so...:) Its a nice color, not too dramatic not too humble. Up here I feel so isolated from my problems, from all disturbing and unsolve things that seems to be haunting me forever. Thanks to Glenda and Ted Minty, for bringing me up to their hill enjoying this moment and capturing it forever.

Australian Landscape 2

Tallangatta landscape is beautiful in its own context. Trees are not many and scattered around everywhere. I love the hills and valleys here because it looks empty with so much spaces. You will feel the world is huge, big and far away with a sense of serenity and emptiness....

Location : Tallangatta, Australia


Sunday, May 16, 2010

Tallangatta Landscape

Location : Tallangatta, Northen Victoria, Australia

Here I stayed at Glenda and Ted Minty's house for a night. They have this fabulous farm where you can find olive, grapes, fruits, quiches, vegetables, apples and all sort of flowers. They brought me to the top of their steep hill using their four wheel drive which tooks around 15 minutes.
Over there? Its an awesome and breathtaking scenery of more hills and valleys as far as you can see. And its windy up there. But really an experience of a lifetime.

I just close my eyes for a moment, take a deep breath and feel the wind gush through my face.
Its a feeling of content, serenity, calm and in love with the quietness....

Thursday, May 13, 2010

The Red Leaves

Location : Tallangatta, Northern Victoria, Australia

The first thing I notice and really love it here in Autumn is the colour of the leaves. Its red and it is my favourite color! In front of the Tallangatta Secondary College, there is this huge tree called China Tillows which is very awesome, very beautiful, the color so striking and fascinating! I watched it everyday and everyday it became more reddish. Really love it!


The Countryside

Location : Tallangatta, Northern Victoria, Australia

Well, I am not on a holiday trip here but on duty under the Australia Malaysia Sister School Programme with other 6 Malaysian teachers. The first week we were in Melbourne and the second week we stayed / homestay at our sister school respectively.

Tallangatta is located at Northen Victoria, not far from Wodonga and Albury town or four hours drive from Melbourne. It is a small town with population around 1,800 peoples and the farms here mostly are on catlle, meat and dairy product.
















































The grass here very short, in contrary to our rainforest vegetation. So you can see a wide view of valley and hills with trees scattered everywhere.
















































I love when mist comes in the morning of Autumn season. Its truly feel cold for me in the morning for someone who used to be in warm and hot weather. Sometimes it feel scary to touch the water...but oh please, I do take a bath...hehehehe....

ROL in Melbourne

Location : St. Kilda Beach, Melbourne, Australia

I saw Ray of Light (ROL) in Sandakan, always came across ROL in Kota Kinabalu and even found one in Melbourne! Who could expect that?...hehehe

Really, I come to believe that ROL really, really likes me.....:D



Melbourne - City of Four Season In A Day

Location : Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne is a city of four season in a day which means you could experience all four seasons in a day. When I went here, the season is Autumn with temperature of 20 degree celcius and sometimes its quite windy. The temperature is not stabil throughout the day where you may feel cold in the morning, warm at middle of day and raining in the afternoon.

Faces of people in Melbourne almost like in Kuala Lumpur where you could see many Asian faces here.





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