I’m so completely lacking of blogging urges these days it’s not funny. I’m a pathetic excuse for a blogger…people should just call me booger instead.
Anyway, I went to Perak/Penang for Shutter Asia‘s 2nd Anniversary. It was a fun trip except that I was completely immobilised on the 2nd day due to menstrual cramps. Yeah, I guess you don’t have to know that but it’s my boog.
On the first day, we went to a really picturesque charcoal factory in Kuala Sepetang near Simpang. It was my first time seeing how charcoals are made, it’s pretty fascinating. I took about 80 pictures, but they mostly turned out crappy. I really need to practise -_-
Here are some of the decent ones:
#1 – Charcoal factory.
#2 – Workers on a break.
#3 – Old man chilling out. He’s worked there for the past 40 years.
#4 – Sorting out the bits.
#5 – Personal belongings.
#6 – The river by the factory where they transport the logs.
#7 – 62 year old former fisherman.
p/s: All pictures were taken with Nikon D70s / 50mm.
p/p/s: Some were not watermarked because my batch action fucked up and I was too lazy to fix it.