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Cock Fighting

Create: 01/28/2017 - 15:53
Cock Fighting

Those who received the greeting card featuring the rooster may be interested to know the circumstances or backstory. I was outside a kampung house in Ulu Slim, near the famous hot springs. I was enthralled by the sight of two cockerels play fighting almost non stop. Waited for the brief moment they took a break and captured the solitary pose of the rooster on right. Organised cock fighting is illegal in Malaysia.

Sony A7R, ISO 800, f4, 1/1600 sec.

#cockerel #roosters #cockfighting #kampung #greetingcard #nature #farm

A Cockerel's Tail

Create: 01/23/2017 - 20:10
A Cockerel's Tail

To see how beautiful the tail is, one may need to photograph the rooster from one of the upper floors. The majestic tail is made up of lanterns. It wasn't lit when I was on the ground level (see previous pic).

Panasonic GM-1, ISO 320, f4, 1/60 sec.

#documentaryphotography #nusentral #mall #rooster #cockerel #giant #cock #cny

Cock-A-Doodle-Doo

Create: 07/17/2015 - 20:14
Cock-A-Doodle-Doo

I spent a weird but wonderful Hari Raya with the Burmese Muslim community in KL. It started with me visiting my Rohingya friend Hameed for Eid.

Unfortunately, he wasn't home when I went calling. His housemate suggested I take a walk in the neighborhood, and I should find him.

So off I went walking and ran into this old cock by the kerb. When I asked whose chicken is this, people became nervous, agitated, turned away or bolted. Strange, right?

Finally, one brave guy whispered from my back: What are you doing???

It turned out to be my friend Hameed. Haha.