Pulau Ketam: Pictures  

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Pulau Ketam: not exactly a tourist attraction but it has some sort of historical value for the Teochews and Hokkeins.

(Pulau Ketam) Crab Island

Travelling is a pain if you aren't going to drive to Port Klang.

From Asia Jaya, I took the LRT to Central KL (Rm2), switched trains to KTM Commuter heading for Port Klang (Rm5) and took a ferry to the island (Rm7). That journey took 2 hours and more. I've never been on the KTM before.


It's so weird because at times when it's running, it'll suddenly "lose power" and when almost to a stop, it starts back up.

Empty Carriage

It didn't occur to me that I shouldn't attract attention because I went and brought the hugest lens I had.
Luckily, the guys (I went with) lent me some of their lenses.

I used a 50mm prime for the first time: having no autofocus and zoom is like being challenged to down a pizza that doesn't have enough cheese and pizza sauce.

There were lots of bicycles (what with the narrow pavement and all) so it felt a bit like one of the fishing villages I was in, in Kuala Selangor.

(Pulau Ketam) Crab Island

I tried to capture shots of PEOPLE but it didn't really work out with a 70-300mm and a 50mm; I was either too close to compose or too slow to focus. I did try, I swear. The closest thing to a human I took of was a dog.

(Pulau Ketam) Crab Island

By the way, I decided to explore the filters in PS so there are more drastic edits involved compared to previous photos.

(Pulau Ketam) Crab Island

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sean   says 10:59 pm

ive been there. dirty as hell. smelly.


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