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What a day with clear sky and fine weather! Blue sky covered with thick clouds was seen again this afternoon after weeks of severe haze condition in Melaka.
May all bEE happy! 🙂
A nice aerial view of Malaka River and Jalan Munshi Abdullah snapped from highest floor of The Shore Melaka on its opening day. Melaka was covered in haze during the week.
Have a lovely day. May all beings bEE happy. 🙂
Happy Chinese New Year! 新年快乐!
Sharing the shots captured for the past two days in Melaka, places like Dutch Square, Jonker Street, Jalan Hang Kasturi (also known as Tofu Street), Jalan Kampung Pantai and Melaka Raya. During the outing, I also tried to photograph the dragons in town as we are entering the year of dragon in two days time.
Thanks to all friends for your visits and comments here to make juesatta a better site. Hope that we will fill you always with sEErenity. Enjoy the year of dragon and wish you and family good wealth and health.
May all beings be happy.
Here’s our first video ever about our hometown Malaqa (Melaka). This is the first part of the video, which highlights some of the morning and afternoon’s daily life in the town.
It was shot in Dec 2011, at few locations such as Harmony Street, Melaka Raya, Bukit Cina, Little India, Melaka River, Stadhuys, St Paul Hill, Jonker Street, Hereen Street and Pulau Melaka.
Thanks to friends for your support, and we appreciate your precious advice.
Enjoy and hope you like the video! May all beings be happy.
Filmed by kenn and cj
Shot with 5D2
Music by Beatles, Here comes the sun
kennwai : http://kennphotography.blogspot.com
cj : http://www.juesatta.com
Few days ago, I took a slow drive around the town for relaxation on my way back after a full working day. It was midnight and I passed through the bridges in Melaka heritage city. I noticed the water of Sungai Melaka (Melaka River) was so calm and so its surface appeared mirror-like. Glad that I had my camera with me, however the bad news was I left the tripod at home.
To get steady night shots without tripod, it was challenging. I had to relax my body, hold the camera tight to solid surface and pressed the shutter softly. And it was lucky that the traffic was minimal in the middle of night which made the shooting easier, or else each time traffic came across the bridge it shook.
The night atmosphere was calm and quiet, and I was enjoy capturing the reflection.
May all beings be happy. Sharing the results,