I was invited to join my friend, Chan, on this excursion organised by the Photographic Society of Petaling Jaya (PSPJ). Cannot remember why I did not want to organise a trip to this island when I was heading the organisation. Guess I had not been inspired on my many trips there. I could only remember cyclists, houses on stilts, mud-skippers, a couple of temples, coffee shops, fishing vessels, and nothing much aside from these.
This trip was probably my best, as there was a chance to see some 'action' shown below:
A fisherman drying salted fishes. Seldom get to see this on a beautiful day.
There are also smaller species being dried.
one way to take the pix
another way to do it!
And this table football machine which I used to spend a lot of time with when I was a student in UK. Why did I not think of making one like this instead of spending lots of money feeding the machine.
A slightly more personal angle
An angle not many photographers will take from. I like this angle best. Some people will take quite a while to figure out what these objects are.
And the highlight of the day is probably this, taken on the ferry ride back to the mainland:
All the pictures above were taken with my Panasonic LX3.