Sarawak

Photo Borneo

May 10, 2009 · 3 comments

So I got up early with Sydney this morning, he was meeting with his photography club to do a shoot of 2 models, it was a good insight into the life of a photographer and the sort of work that happens beside pressing the button to take the shot.

The models line up for action

The models line up for action

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Last night I went to a photography meet with Sydney who introduced me to a few people, one of those was Coco and her Husband Jeff. Coco told me she was heading over to the Bako national park and invited me along so the next day they picked me up and took me along.
We went in on a group of 5, another woman joined us and Paul who seems to know everything about the park and was keen on using me as a model for the day in his picture taking.

Fishermen in rowing boat

Fishermen in rowing boat

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There used to be 26 tribes in Sarawak, Malaysia; however only 6 remain and they have integrated a bit between each other now due to modernisation. Read the rest! \(^u^)/ →

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I walked on through the Kuching park to the place with the statues outside that I passed yesterday, it is actually a small aquarium. Whilst not much was there, it was free so no complaining!

Fish in aquarium

Fish in aquarium

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I arrived by bus into Kuching (Kuching translates to Cat in English, as in the animal) next to a nice looking mosque, it would be rude not to take a picture so..

Pink and gold Mosque

Pink and gold Mosque

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