Janani and I went on a stroll on the Kuching waterfront with our cameras last weekend. We’re really trying to make full use of our little cameras and challenge ourselves to take more interesting pictures in our little city. It is quite surprising that some of my friends asked where some of them are taken because according to them, “it doesn’t look like Kuching”. We find beauty in a lot of things and I’m glad that we’re able to show you guys a little more of our pretty home from our perspective.
The tiles on the Waterfront. When I was a kid, I would walk on all the white tiles that curved along the waterfront, and jump to the next white tile strip if they weren’t connected. It used to be a place where my family would stroll along on weekends. My brothers and I would play at the playground with the fish and crab shaped wooden sculptures which are no longer there.
July evening in Kuching.
Adjusting the little gorilla pod
Went down to the docks.
Took more pictures at the dock. There’s something about pattern repetition that is quite pleasant.
Gonna miss you chicka! Who’s gonna do silly stuff with me when you leave?!
My favourite picture of Kuching.
Blouse and Coat – Mango
Tan Skirt – Zara