Featuring pictures from South East Asia.
There’s something I like about sunset. The end of the day brings closure, as if all the problems fades away with the darkness.
I took this picture with a 5 MP phone camera (SE G900) in 2009. This was the first time I’ve been to Kuching in June instead of the usual new year visits.
This was one of the first few pictures taken from my new place in my second home. Did you spot a rabbit cloud?
In my first beach visit in West Malaysia, I held few baby crabs including a purple one and nearly made a whelk came out of its shell. The crabs escaped and whelk secreted a slime that caused me to let it go; ended up with limpet shells as a token of my visit.
Taken in 2008, this was probably the only time we stayed in hotel in Brunei. What was it for again?
I would think that Singapore is surrounded by water made it easier to take horizon pictures… but not this time. My first visit to Singapore after more than a decade with my lovely cousin. This was also the place we successfully did jump shots!
The best horizon? The ones that you can’t see.
“We have always held to the hope, the belief, the conviction that there is a better life, a better world, beyond the horizon.”
– Franklin D. Roosevelt
In response to Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon