Monday, October 29, 2012

PUNG-KORR!

Pangkor is fantabulous!


Superb place to feed your piranha camerawrs! *Bamm!




Gotta give my partner in crime Cass some credit 'cause she was the one who initiated the adventure.


Folks, let me now begin the tale that has never been told - a tale so true that... it is actually trueee.

In a land not so far away across the sea and some reefs and crabs and seashells, is an island called Pung-Korr, a place potential for various exciting happenings you could not even imagine about it!


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This place is so awesome that even the trees will stand one kind, having their own unique style of posing. And such pose is extremely popular among brides. And grooms...



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The magical place makes people go... er... act like.. a way so amazing i can't even explain...


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#3 This is John.




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The natives can somehow camouflage themselves so be aware that they are in fact watching. No littering okay? Or you'll get sucked into the sea. And become sticks.


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#5 Me and my pet t-rex and my precious camera! The perfect team for any adventure!


If any of you do decide to hop onto the island, i should alert you about this diva spiral maze that craves for attention. Just take a pic with it as the background and you'll escape from it's entangling vines of vanity.



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#6 Li Rong.


Pung-Korr has got some really hi-tech defense system that works by itself but don't be fooled by its antique-like features! It can come to live... at night (not a proven fact but is a possible theory).



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#7 This is John. Again.


I really admire the disguise.. there's so much detail that it seems legit.



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#8 Could the backdrop be made of cereal cardboard? You wouldn't believe it.



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#9 Testing its durability. It's a giant cereal cardboard. Yeah that's believable.


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#10 It's a human sucking cereal cardboard. Awesomeness!!!


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#11 This is Alpha. Ambassador of ancient human-eating cereal cardboard?


Moving on to the land of silhouettes, where everyone's face is nothing but black, charcoal black (i'm not being racist... or colorist).



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#12 Within the blackness they sell keropok and snacks and other edible crunchy stuffs that promotes zits.



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#13 What did i say about black faced people?



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#14 He heard me. Sorry...



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#15 Buncho painted boats. 


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Don't be surprised if you smell something during your adventure here... It is absolutely normal.


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#17 What's that over there?


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#18 Salty sun-bathing fishes. Don't talk to them, they bite.



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#19 And don't talk to the cat either. You'll look stupid.



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#20 You can talk to leaves. They keep secrets really well. Guaranteed.



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#21 Rusted nails seems talkable too. Try it.



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This leaf shot marks the spot where i told my secrets at. They seemed to be drooping from the info-overload. Hmmm...



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#22 Don't talk to gloves. They'll betray you.


There's a place to grow younger? Or shrink younger? I dunno i'm not brave enough to try.


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And they have taxi vans that are pink in color. Super colorist lorr....



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If you're planning to embark on this trip, go get a good pair of sunnies...



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Good luck. (:




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This is the end of a fictional story by mabelstory. Kbye.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Summer Adventure

Because it has been raining lately and i miss the sandy beach.



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#1 Dad's cousin which makes her my aunt, who is younger than me lol.


There's only one place i can stand the sun's presence because along with it there's the symphony of the waves and the sparkly hot sand to make sand castles with.


I wanna make sand castles. D:



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You see peeps playing sports, sweating and all covered with glittery sand. Getting tanned by the microsecond.


Some of my friends testify their experiences of smelling burnt essence from their hair HAHAHA i don't believe but i won't try heh.



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#3 See the ball? I'm gonna make it disappear.



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#4 Ooof! My head!



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#5 Hyuk! Usin' mah kungfu skills to throw!



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#6 Kungfu absorbing-the-ball skills... fail.


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#7 Kick her and get the ball!


Spamming a lot of useless shots on the sport just because i wanted to caption them lamely.


I got some more pics for lame captions!


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#8 Boy 1 : Hah! I'm good at this! I'm good at this!



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#9 Boy 1 : I'm good at this! I'm...


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#10 Boy 2 : RAWR!
      Boy 1 : ... oh crap!



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#11 Double eagle.


Actually i took them pictures during last year's annual church camp in Lumut, near Pangkor.


I didn't do any sports nor did i swim - just did a lotttt of shooting.


What i did manage to do was bike riding! A long forgotten sport which i find nostalgic!

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#12 Left to right : Cass, Steph, MinSze (the tiniest at the back), Jeannee, EeMeng (in black) and Wanda.


Long long time ago i rode the bike and crashed into a neighborhood kid and gave up cycling the end.



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#13 Flower girls and a ring-bearer.


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#14 The couple.


Guess what else i never thought would be part of my adventure??? Along with Cass, we crashed a wedding event. A wedding event of someone that we are not acquainted to! Interesting huh?


We had nothing but the bicycles and our dslr cam so we hid the bike somewhere, got geared up with the camera, and pretended to be the event's photographers. HAHAHA. Cass even went as close as the back of the open stage and stood right in front of E-VRY-BO-DY!!! *solutes.


No one stopped us. No one asked. So we just go along with it lo.


Since she was doing close-ups, i decided to go somewhere far. And found a view so breath-taking i almost forgot bout the wedding!



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#15 Ah a cup of coffee would be ideal to spectate the setting of the sun. Loves~


Enough with the wedding crashing event.


Got back to the camp hall for the night's jam session. And my adventure goes on.


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#16 Loooveee this effect i took of Ben on the ukelele. Sad thing is I HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO MAKE THIS EFFECT PROPERLY AGAIN! D:



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#17 Jolly ol' Uncle Liew who pose so quickly for my candid shot. :')



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#18 Choir item from the KLCC folks.


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#19 Fellow photographer from KLCC, Kelvin Yap.


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#20 Compact camera? Yeah you're a photographer too!


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#21 The Three Trouble Makers.


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#22 Their mission of the night was to go around kicking butts. But the butt is too high up for their mini heights, so they relented to calve kicking! =.= #truestory you can ask Alex he was the first victim.


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#23 The girl whose smile is expensive.


Awesome adventure. With my camera.


Kay bye.

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