I am finally back to my place in Kuala Lumpur, hence blogging activities shall resume as usual. I apologize if I have not replied any emails, comments or messages from the FB page. There are a thousand things in my mind which I need to sort out and it does seem like time is getting shorter and shorter somehow.
As I have expected I did not get to shoot much when I was in Kuching. I spent a full day shooting a friend's wedding, two full days providing assistance and support to a friend who was doing a video project and basically that left me very little precious time to spend with beloved mum, and catching up with a few friends. Consequently there was no shutter therapy session (much to my disappointment) but I did steal some shots for myself while I was helping out the friend's video shooting.
Oh, and I brought Olympus home. Left the Sony behind. No particular reason.
All images were taken with Olympus DSLR E-5 and Zuiko Digital lenses, 11-22mm F2.8-3.5 or 25mm F2.8 pancake
Part of the video shooting took us into a Sampan, a local wooden boat which is an important means of transport across the river, connecting the villages and Kuching city. Local folks, including school children use this river daily.
The Sampan Man
Sarawak Laksa - The Best Breakfast any Sarawakian could ever ask for.
Astana and State DUN building.
The crew, inside the Sampan
Fred Yap, the director and cinematographer
My hometown Kuching, is a beautiful place. It is peaceful and calm, very different from my daily life in Kuala Lumpur, the busy big city. I do wish I will find time to go home to Kuching again, and just shoot and shoot! Oh well, next time then!