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Saturday, 11 April 2009

A Preview of What I Did Today





April and Aoki are simply awesome!

Friday, 10 April 2009

Kamakura: Daibutsu

The Kamakura Daibutsu (The Great Buddha) is one of the national treasures of Japan. It used to be a bronze statue in the Kotoku-in Temple completed in 1252. The temple building was washed away by a tsunami in 1495 and the Amida Buddha has been sitting in the open air since then.






Sitting at a height of 13.35m, it is the second largest bronze Buddha statue in Japan. The largest is the one in Todaiji of Nara.








Although its stature is not as high as the one in Nara, it is always regarded as having better craftsmanship than its peer in Nara.








Visitors are allowed to enter the hollow core of the statue by paying a small token to the donation box at the entrance.




Daibutsu is also a site not to be missed by school children on an educational tour to Kamakura.


Wednesday, 8 April 2009

The Metallic Girl in Downtown

Fiona was also with us during our model shooting at Siniawan last Sunday. Here is a series of photos of her to share with you.












Monday, 6 April 2009

Uptown Girl at Downtown

I joined a portrait shooting yesterday at a small town called Siniawan, which is about 30km away from Kuching. Here are some shots of Sasha that I took during the photography session.
















Sunday, 5 April 2009

Nikko: Lake Chuzenji

Lake Chuzenji (Chuzenji-ko) is a lake at inner Nikko formed by lava flows of the now extinct volcano. It is a lake on highlands. Although it has the usual tourist facilities, it offers a bit of seclusion from the busy Nikko town.








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