City people are living in a fast paced lifestyle. They tend to ignore and overlook the beauty of the urban architectural scenes in their busy schedule. This series is to appreciate the beauty of urban architecture scenes from different angles and perspectives. Shooting in black and white is key to this ambition, which lends an image something mysterious, nostalgic and dramatic.
This is the largest wholesale market in Dhaka and there are more than a thousand stalls – a thousand eager entrepreneurs, a thousand shops full of goods, and thousands upon thousands of shoppers. The market is already open as early as 4am and normally will end around 11am.
The Lantern Festival is a monthly event to celebrate the full moon. In Buddhism, a full moon is one of the most sacred events as the Buddha born at that time. Nowadays, they celebrate the full moon as time to reflect on lives and worship their ancestors.
Aaliyah Yoong Hanifah of Malaysia in action during the Women’s Serie Tricks Preliminary Round of the IWWF World Waterski Championships at Putrajaya Watersports Complex in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on August 16, 2019.
Every year the Muslims community around the world will go through a month of fasting where they cannot eat nor drink after sunrise and before sunset. As the Sun starting to go down, people are already at the mosque ready for prayer before they can eat. And for this reason, the moment when the Sun goes down, the bridge that leads to the mosque is nearly empty. Wishing all Muslim community a happy Eid Al-Fitr.
A chili farmer decided to take a smoke break. Made a photo of him because his hoodie matched his skin tone.
To top that up, the morning sun accentuated his skin and facial texture while trying to puff his cigarette in his left hand.
Also, his cold stare during that cold morning helped to make him poised subtly against his land/backdrop.
Days & nights, hundreds of waste pickers mainly the Filipino illegal immigrants worked at waste dumps near Sabah, Malaysia to sort, gather and picking the garbage to be sold for recycling, as food and daily supplies for them and their families. The waste pickers not only worked at waste dumps but they also lived there with their families due to poverty.
The trash had harmful and toxic chemical & biological components which contamination soil and ground water or emitted into the atmosphere after being burned in the form of gas polluting the air. The toxic gas is increasingly dangerous for waste pickers and child labour who breathe in toxic fumes on the daily basic.
They worked and lived at terrible health consequences & numerous hazards. Waste pickers stepped over broken glasses & medical wastes, heavy metals in the metabolisms of children working there. One of the famous statement make by a waste worker worked in Cambodia - “We lived in Hell because we had no choice”.
The makers of the fish traps at the old traditional house in Thu sy trade village, Hung Yen Province, Vietnam ensures that the fishing industry is kept alive while the traditional way of capturing the fishes ensures the sustainability of their livelihood.
Semporna Islands comprises the main islands of Bohey Dulang, Bodgaya and Tatagan with several other supporting islands namely Mantabuan, Sibuan, Omadal and Maiga. These regions are home to the Bajau Laut community, a seafaring tribe that exposes their children to the sea at an early age.
Myrmarachne is a genus of ant-mimicking jumping spiders. They have an elongated cephalothorax with relatively longchelicerae that project forward in males. They tend to wave their front legs in the air to simulate antennae and have bodies that closely resembles ants.
Muslims across the world are celebrating the annual festival of Eid al Adha, or the Feast of Sacrifice, which follows the annual pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia.During the period Muslims sacrifice permissible animals, usually cattle, sheep or goats and distribute food to the poor.
This cute little jumping spider were actually not very friendly and tried itself to escape from me a couple of times but I managed to take a shot of him on my mobile phones which makes the reflection looks quite neat .
The Pala’uh is amongst the cluster of indigenous people on the eastern coast of Sabah whose livelihood largely depends on the maritime resources and culture that manifest their attachment to the sea. The Pala’uh community is categorized under the Bajau Laut (Sea Bajaus) or Sama DiLaut ethnic. Their lifestyle on their boats and nomadic way of life at sea has led to term Pala’uh or Perahu (Boat). Sometimes they are referred to as the Sea Gypsies, distinguished by their traditional transitory way of life from islands in Southern Philipines and to the coastlines and islands on the eastern coasts of Sabah.
This is the sunset located at the small village in Sri Menanti, Muar Johor. Seeing the place of my late mom’s was born and live during her childhood day reminds me of her so much. She was shines beautiful like a sun once when she was alive..and remains shines and warms my hearts forever..
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