Wednesday, September 12, 2012


Yes, I am alive. No, I haven't posted since November. I have been taking a lot less pictures and doing a lot more running, which is what I am somewhat crazy about. Taking up the challenge for long distance, to go farther and faster.

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Christmas Decorations In Mid Valley Megamall

I think Mid-Valley had one of the best Christmas decorations compared with the other shopping centres I've visited in the last few weeks.

The theme was "Fun-toys-tic" Christmas, and they had the mall decorated with super large teddy bears, toy soldiers, hot-air balloons and the sort.
It was certainly more creative and fun in comparison to the Suria KLCC, Pavilion or 1Utama shopping centres.

The main complaint you could have about Mid-Valley is getting in and out. Because of the huge amount of traffic, you'll find parking a real challenge during peak hours, especially during the school holiday.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

A walk back to the KLCC car park allowed me a quick opportunity to snap one of the tallest buildings in the world. I thought I needed a tripod, but since I didn't have one, I tried to keep steady. Would have tried to lower the ISO settings, though. This was taken at ISO1600.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Final Pictures For Pangkor Laut

Anchovies. Reminds me of Domino's.

Swordfish. Quite a number of them here.

Jellyfish in abundance. Glad I could shoot this with the 300mm.

The guy at the back of the boat seems so relaxed.

The challenge in taking pictures of things that emit light is the metering and exposure settings. These lights in the resort are beautifully designed and elegant.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Pangkor Laut Resort - a little more

I can't remember what the name of this dish is, but it was delicious. Does it look it? We ate & ate.

There is more than one swimming pool at Pangkor Laut Resort. The swimming pool looks more inviting that the salty sea water, by the looks of it.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Pangkor Laut Resort

These water chalets are luxurious and certainly comfortable. I didn't stay in one, though.

This is where the boats come in (and depart) at Pangkor Laut Resort. A good first impression goes a long way when you visit a place for the first time. And the rest of the resort did not disappoint.