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The Cardboard Camera Is Very Practical For A Beach Outing

Create: 07/31/2017 - 19:33
The Cardboard Camera Is Very Practical For A Beach Outing.

Someone asked me today about my favourite local beach. Not for swimming or water activities. For sunset photography.
Sunsets are almost always fabulous from the seaside. KL is landlocked. So what do we do? We can travel to the nearest beach. Where can we go? Morib is on the west coast facing the Straits of Malacca and facing the setting sun.

The Goddess of Derrieres Deity

Create: 07/04/2017 - 22:12
zoila at Ko Pha Ngan Thailand

Critical Appreciation - 006

Zoila (@zoila_guerrero) is now at Ko Pha Ngan, Thailand, Previously, the jet setting Ecuadorian was seen in cities such as Prague, Warsaw and Milan. She enhances any beach landscape.

Kneel, clasp your hands and pray or bow to the Goddess of Derrieres deity or Queen of shapely backsides. :-)

Zoila and the W Hotel of Barcelona

Create: 07/04/2017 - 22:01
Zoila and the W Hotel of Barcelona

Critical Appreciation - 005

I have followed Intagrammer Zoila Guerrero (@zoila_guerrero) for years and always thought she is Spanish or Brazilian. She told me she is Ecuadorian. I contacted her to get her permission to share this pic for 3 reasons. It will be an injustice if I didn't let mankind see her awesome body in a bikini doing a beach volleyball squat.

Krabi

Create: 06/13/2017 - 18:40
Krabi Phi Phi

Krabi.

Krabi Town and Province on the South Western part of Thailand is an area characterized by craggy, sheer limestone cliffs, dense mangrove forests, and more than a hundred offshore islands.

Some of its most popular beach destinations include the Phi Phi Islands, which jut from the sea like giant rainforested boulders, and Railay Beach, accessible only by boat and a prominent rock-climbing spot. Koh Hong or Hong Island is another one of the more popular islands.

Beaches For Your Sunset Pics - Part 4

Create: 05/08/2017 - 01:06
The Beach of Bagan Lalang

I've been looking at my sunset pics to feature more for the Beaches For Your Sunset Pics series. See sidebar for related links.I think Bagan Lalang can be the 4th beach to include. I know. Singapore has Clarke Quay and Boat Quay and what do we have? Weed Quay! Haha. It may be far but it has yielded consistently good sunsets for me, so far.

Beaches For Your Sunset Pics - Part 3.

Create: 05/05/2017 - 21:13
Beaches For Your Sunset Pics - Part 3

Beaches For Your Sunset Pics - Part 3.

Port Dickson or PD shall be our third featured beach and the furthest, comparatively. I was there to attend the Rainforest Challenge 4WD competition.

Sometimes you need to rope in a complete stranger to complement the scene. I was lucky to meet friendly Kay Kay Wong and her cooperative dog on the beach. I explained to Kay Kay and she understood what I wanted to achieve immediately,

Beaches For Your Sunset Pics - Part 2

Create: 05/05/2017 - 12:33
Isolated corner of Redang Beach

Beaches For Your Sunset Pics - Part 2.

Next up on the sunset beaches series is the sneakily named Pantai Redang in Sekinchan. On a part of Redang Beach less trodden, is an isolated corner I called the Graveyard Of Fishing Vessels. Hauntingly beautiful and off the beaten track.

The skeletal remains of retired fishing boats are laid bare during low tide. I love this swampy coast in northern Selangor. When the light and clouds mashed up crazily, the land and seascape exudes a post-apocalyptic feel. Eerie and awesome.

Olympus OM-D, ISO 200, f8, 1/320 sec.

Beaches For Your Sunset Pics - Part 1b

Create: 05/04/2017 - 13:14
Another Morib image

Beaches For Your Sunset Pics - Part 1b.

If you noticed. I named this Part1b because it is an unplanned inclusion of another Morib beach sunset view. It is the silhouette pic of my friend. the shapely and beautiful Sarawakian, Elisha.

Sunsets can be great for silhouettes. It is also photographed from the Morib Esplanade, as with the previous beach pic.but on a different day.

Don't worry if you arrived late at the beach, It is the afterglow of various hues that is magical. Many people leave the minute the sun drops below the horizon. Don't and you will be rewarded.

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