Thursday, January 6, 2011

Postcards from Teluk Chempedak beach, Kuantan

On Tuesday I had the opportunity to show a couple of our church missionaries around Kuantan, the highlight being Teluk Chempedak. They came with my friend from Malacca, Tan How Hang.

Three white men in the same room in Kuantan - I bet you've never seen that before!

And here are the postcard-pictures displaying the stunning scenery at Teluk Chempedak beach, Kuantan. (My camera's performance seems to be improving after being entirely chuffed with these shots! All pictures were taken with my Panasonic Lumix DMC-F2)

The soothing combination of sand, sea and sky

The promenade at Teluk Chempedak

The wooden bridge which leads from the main beach to the second beach

This one was captured in 'warm' mode

There are always new scenes, new angles, new viewpoints to discover when taking pictures at Teluk Chempedak beach in Kuantan. For me, every visit is intriguing, as I try to find new photographs to keep and to share. Not sure if this one would make a postcard, but it's my favourite:

Me, Tan How Hang, Raymond. After all, what's most important is people, and the relationships we build with our friends.

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