Tag: port dickson

  • Pringles Can Saves LC-A+ Film

    written by pepperoniii on 2011-12-12 #places
    Pringles Can Saves LC-A+ Film

    My roll of Fuji Sensia ISO 100 was torn off from the film canister while I tried rewinding my LC-A+. I thought either my roll of film was a goner or the rewinder was busted. My first roll of film overseas with my GF...and my LC-A+. =(

  • Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan/Malaysia

    written by jhunnie on 2008-09-21 #places
    Port Dickson,  Negeri Sembilan/Malaysia

    Port Dickson More popularly known as PD, is synonymous with sun and fun on the beach. Situated a mere 60km from Kuala Lumpur it is an ideal place for those from the city seeking temporary escape from the hustle and bustle of a hectic and stressful life. Port Dickson is about an hour away from Kuala Lumpur.

  • When FILM meets CHILDREN @ Avilion

    written by arf-nrhkm on 2012-12-06 #gear #tutorials
    When FILM meets CHILDREN @ Avilion

    Having two nephews who are constantly around me all day through out the entire week enticed me to jump into children photography! Introducing all of you, readers, to Ryan (3 yrs old) and Adam (1 yr old). So, take a look at their adorable antics and enjoy the read!

  • Teluk Kemang, Port Dickson, Malaysia

    written by dellia on 2008-10-29 #places
    Teluk Kemang, Port Dickson, Malaysia

    Teluk Kemang is the most popular beach in Port Dickson and a famous spot for water sports, water scooter and kayaking. It is situated on a 1.8 km golden stretch of beach lined with swaying casuarina trees. Arguably the best equipped beach-side recreation spot, Teluk Kemang is a favorite among locals who enjoy water sport attractions. Water scooter, wind-surfing and kayaking are just some of the water activities you can try your hands on.

  • Avilion: Sir Avery's Lost Paradise

    written by arf-nrhkm on 2012-11-29 #places
    Avilion: Sir Avery's Lost Paradise

    Follow a tale into one kind of oblivion, surrounded by nature's beauty and spurred on by the sea breeze. Taken at a beach resort called Avilion, Port Dickson. Caution, this article is only for the beach lovers!