During this trip, a lot of people took out their cameras.
There are the DSLRs:
Julios and his Sony alpha.
The popular point-and-shoots:
Dr Fanwar and Bob.
When it comes to photography, I love capturing people. People have stories of their own to tell, and to be able to have that honor to capture their essence is just a fulfillment for me.
Here are some shots:
Little BenBen (boy in blue) kept asking his mom: What's this?, What's this?, What's this? Ah the curiosity of a child...
The Malaysians presenting a children song in Malay.
I love how Dr Kai and Mrs Ida looked at each other in this shot.
A Vietnamese student rendering a song in his mother tongue
Bob jumping for joy!
Frendy, Julios and Ruddy. They were the ones who came up with the idea to do a cute mangga face/pose! 🙂
Frendy and Julios were standing on some pillar. I like the composition of this picture.
This is my favorite shot among the others. Baybra playing a bamboo flute with the lake as the background? Classic.
Look at how the kids were amazed by this flower-fan thingamajig! Love their expressions.
It’s been a long time since I’m in a picture! So here’s three:
Me and Julios. Wish Daron was here, then the picture would be complete! Julios is taken, ladies. 🙂
Me and Carol from Africa (I forgot which part of Africa she comes from).
It's really hard to take a picture of yourself with a DSLR. Heavy lah!