Nikmatilah Keceriaan Hari Ini

Duduk. Baring. Kadang-kadang terleka,

Tengok orang lain seronok, hati rasa tak rasa selesa,

Rasa mcam nak bangun, tapi hati kata nanti-nanti lah,

Orang belah sana dah pergi ke seberang sedangkan aku masih terlentang,

Maki hamun semua orang tu kerana aku seorang sahaja yang betul,

Betul ke aku?

Ah!! Pedulikan mereka!

Katakan kepada mereka Nikmatilah Keceriaan hari Ini….

Fucked Up negatives

This is what happened when you use fresh undiluted fixer to fixed your negatives. Moral of the story, please label your chem’s bottles.

momentum diffusion

“the most important unsolved problem of classical physics.” – Richard Feynman


a normal scenery at Chow Kit wet market in the centre of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

an abandoned bungalow

an abandoned bungalow along Klebang Beach, Melaka

an abandoned throne

It is ironic, isn’t it? 😀

an abandoned traditional malay timber house

Traditional timber houses incorporated design principals relevant in contemporary architecture such as shading and ventilation, qualities present in the basic house features. A main characteristic of a typical kampung house is its on stilts or piles. This was to avoid wild animals and floods, to deter thieves, and for added ventilation.

A traditional Malay timber house usually in two parts: the main house called Rumah Ibu in honour of the mother (ibu) and the simpler Rumah Dapur or kitchen annex, which was separated from the main house for fire protection. Proportion was important to give the house a human scale. The Rumah Ibu was named after the spacings between stilts which are said to typically follow the arms-spread width of the wife and mother in the family of the house when being built. At least one raised veranda (serambi) is attached to the house for seated work or relaxation, or where non-familiar visitors would be entertained, thus preserving the privacy of the interior.

shots taken with Hasselblad SWC, Kodak TriX

Urban Dwellers

A settlement in Kampung Baru Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Kampung Baru is a Malay enclave in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

It is also one of the most valuable tracts of land in the capital and is estimated to be worth up to US$1.4 billion. But so far Kampung Baru elders have turned developers away, saying they want to preserve their ethnic Malay lifestyle.

my best friend’s wedding

a recent wedding reception of one my comrades in F64… Congrats buddy!

headless thoughts

The looks are always so deceiving, while the truth is always misconstrued.