I have been busy and though, we have gone out for foods, the choices are limited for me. For e.g., yesterday night my hubby has mee udang which is huge prawns noodles and I have noodles with only cabbage. 🙂 So, I am going slow on the posting unless I have some interesting food photos.

These are photos I took yesterday evening at Sungai Batu in Teluk Kumbar. We were there for fishing and to see sunset.


My children playing on the beach.


I realised that it is no fun playing with camera on the beach when you have this fear of your camera getting sands or salty seawater. I had wanted to change my DSLR lense yesterday, from 18-70mm to 70mm-210mm lense but decided to play safe. So, there goes the perfect eagle against the sunset backdrop or aeroplanes, lots of them, flying into the hill (heading towards to Bayan Lepas International Airport).


With my Z3 back from the repair shop, I found that I am now relying on my digital camera which can zoom up to 300mm instead of changing my DSLR lenses. I have yet to master the swift and safe way of changing camera lenses eventhough it is only a mere twist.

So until I return to my normal diet, looks like more nature photos will fill this space.

Post Author: Lilian

Food, travel, recipes. Chinese Malaysian, blogger, photographer and writer.

5 thoughts on “Sunset


    (March 16, 2006 - 11:51 pm)

    but why are u on a vergetarian diet? errmm i’ve been quite busy lately so i might hv missed ur earlier blogs abt ur reason.. pls forgive me… hehehe


    (March 16, 2006 - 11:58 pm)

    I like your 1st sunset picture, nice! 🙂


    (March 16, 2006 - 11:58 pm)

    ooops… wrongly spelt ‘vegetarian’… lol! malunyer since i teach english!!! hahahah


    (March 17, 2006 - 7:57 am)

    I have yet to ambik gambaq sunset that is good enough to put anyone… shame shame… maybe i need a new camera actually right kak lilian? Hehehe…


    (March 21, 2006 - 8:51 am)

    Sshh…. Teluk Kumbar’s undeveloped beach is the still unknown spot to many. Had alway been my favourite for us living on this side of the island. Still has the layback feeling. Not too loud or the Hoteliers might find it.

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