July 28, 2010

Sibu Photographers Photographed

These two are very good photographers from Sibu and they own the blog called I-galleries. You will be able to see lots of good photography there.

I thought when they were standing on the road and near the two arrows they formed a nice photo. Were they deciding where to go?

My shutter speed was slow and then I realised that Liong was going to squat down to correct his lenses or adjust them....and I took these two shots. Meu Teng looked around but not at me. Did they know that I was sneaking up?

Good moments of togetherness! Well done! Meu Teng and Mr.Liong - wishing you good life! Didn't get your permission to post these two.....The red shirts come up nicely.


Anonymous said...

Instead of the two of them, I noticed the street behind them was of bad shape, with broken concrete blocks or poorly done sidewalk (under-developed country). But the two ladies walked by in the second photo were so nicely dressed, resembling those of an advanced country.

So what is Sibu? It looks like the less developed part of China?

Ann said...

where is this?

I reserve my comment about the last comment.

Still very loyal to Sibu.

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Hi Anonymous
Sidewalks and kerbs have never been a strong point in a fast developing country. Some parts of Sibu are nice. Some parts are not so nice. Some parts do look like it is a less developed part of China. We can never compete with the best part of Beijing if you are thinking of great development. Thanks for your comments.

Lovely girls are lovely wherever they are!!

Sarawakiana@2 said...

This is part of the Sibu Corridor...and part of the Town Square.....perhaps Sibu community leaders need to look at the more aesthetic aspects of development in the town.....need an aesthetic architect!!

We are still loyal to Sibu in some ways....

Ah Ngao said...

Sibu town improves a little bit in cleanliness.theres still a lot of works or improvement to be done,eg built more parks if possible

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Hi Ah Ngao
Sibu is slightly better now...yes I agree with you...it needs more parks and walking malls for senior citizens....and perhaps even ball room dancing for tourists and senior citizens too.

t.p.tong said...

I agree with you people,Sibu is improving,but disappointedly real reeeal.....s....low !! But it should not be !!

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Hi T.P. Nice of you to visit!! Let's cheer our leaders on...and give them all the support to develop Sibu as fantastically as possible.

i galleries said...

Hi Sarawakiana,

Just viewed your post and photos...

Thanks for your compliments and sorry for not able to "lim teh" with your guys that day because we have work to do...

Hoping that you'll be coming to Sibu again and hoping that we'll have chance to spend a lunch or dinner with you,haha...^^

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Hello M.T.....thanks for the invitation for lim teh....One of these days we will meet with the tea gang again with the Chief of the MM. May be in Sept...?

So hope your work goes well always. If you two are in Miri call me. STeve L. has my no....cheers

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