Posts Tagged ‘Camera’

I was in Shanghai a few weeks ago and I made it my photographic mission was to capture the City skyline of Pudong. I got up for a very early start to capture the dawn light. Standing on the Bund, I and aimed my camera over the Huangpu river towards the skyscrapers of Pudong. Some of the lights were still on in the buildings and the sun was just below the horizon.

Pudong at Dawn

This photo was taken in the evening. I waited for a passing boat to add a bit of motion to the image.

Pudong at Night

Shanghai is a great and modern city and I very much enjoyed my trip there.


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Just opposite from the Old Kuala Lumpur Railway Station is the National Mosque. Eventhough it was build in 1965, the architecture is decidedly modern and in stark contrast to the architecture of the old railway station across the road.


Some details of the mosque architecture.

The minaret

Details of the Roof

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alright… climbed the 272 steps to the top where you are greeted with a fantastic cavern with temples within. Below is a shot looking back to the entrance.

At the top of Batu Caves and looking back at the entrance

Further in, is another cavern that is open to the sky above. This is a photo looking straight up to the heavens.

Looking up from the uppermost cavern

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OK, took an early morning trip to Batu Caves Temple one Saturday morning.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batu_Caves

This is a photo of the Lord Murugan Statue at the bottom of the staircase. During the early morning, the statue is lighted up and it takes on a golden glow. Taken on Kodak Ultramax 400.

Lord Murugan at the entrance to Batu Caves

There are usually loads of pigeons at the bottom of the staircase and I spent some time trying to catch some “fly by’s” These 2 came out the best.

Solo Fly By

A flock of pigeons flying past the statue of Lord Murugan

Two devotees at the bottom of the stairs, saying some prayers before the long ascent to the top

Two Devoted

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I am always drawn to this interesting part of Kuala Lumpur. This time I captured some images from the Hindu Temple that is just off Petaling Street.
A flower seller across the street from the temple, making garlands of flowers.
Flower seller making garlands


The view from behind his counter

From behind the worktable


This photo was taken along a back alley

View down the back alley


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There is an abandoned railway and train station not so far from my house. It looks like it used to access a now unused airport. Over the years, father time has been at work and it is slowly rotting away. The station itself is falling apart and the tracks are rusting.

These are some images I captured of the tracks using a Rolleicord III, a wonderful medium format camera and using Fuji 160s film.

Abandoned Railway

Abandoned Railway

Abandoned Railway

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Shot some black and white film, Kodak T-Max 400 with the subject “Black and White” 🙂

Black & White

Ebony & Ivory

This was also self developed with Kodak HC-110 and scanned on the Canonscan 8800F


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