Breakfast and coffee.



After we reached Nha Trang on our third day on a sleepers bus, we went to have a coffee to start of our day. Even in the early morning, vendors are looking out for potential customers.


So after coffee we went to have our breakfast, which is Pho. We saw a stall with many locals enjoying their Pho, so we decided to eat there.


The Pho there is surprisingly delicious, one of the best Pho we had. The Pho there comes nice and juicy pork leg. 🙂 We really enjoyed that meal, highly recomend to everyone visiting Nha Trang, but do remember to be early, best before 9:30 am. We saw them closing up at around that time after we finish our meal. 🙂





QingDao, China, Walk around.


So I went to China to visit my brother with my family last week. We arrived there in the early morning, so we had to find our breakfast. While my family members are deciding what to eat I took this photo, I composed and was anticipating the cyclist to get into the space between the trees, but I guess I press the shutter just a little too fast…


It’s not that easy.



After some discussion and planning with my friends, now we are teaming up to create a food blog.

So today we went to Char Grill Bar, Bukit Indah. My friend were gathering information from the managers and cook, while I’m struggling to take some decent shots for them. By the time all the dishes that needed to shoot came, I was still struggling with getting the first dish done. My first time doing something like this, I’m getting really nervous, I keep telling myself I can do this, I can find the angle,the light the placement. It is very hard to get a nice shot, but in the end i think i got what we went there for (hopefully 🙂 )

I’ve looked through thousand and thousand of awesome food photos online and not seeing the hard work the photographer put on it. Now i know, it’s not that easy.

Today i felt like I’m a total phony, but that feeling only pushed me more to get that shot i want.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life

A back alley in the day, a night street food market in the night.

A back alley in the day, a night street food market in the night.

A back alley, one a side is a row of hawkers and on the other side is a row of table and seats. Its that simple, yet it bring many different feeling to many people. As I grew up around this area of Johor Bahru, this is a place full of nostalgia. Last time there were no metal cages to protect the air-conditioning unit from theft. I’m glad that I had captured this photo before the certain disappearance of this street due to the growing city and future development.