Visit to the Persatuan Nelayan - Part 1 - The View

Landscape Photography by Chiat Hau Photography (Persatuan Nelayan Gelugor)
yeah, The house is slanted. :)


Yeah, yesterday I have paid a visit the the Persatuan Nelayan at Gelugor. Eventually, I always pass that road and always look at that area. I never know that it is a Persatuan Nelayan is located there. Anyway, LB is kind enough to drop me there and I walked over to that village. :) (Thanks LB)

Landscape Photography by Chiat Hau Photography (Persatuan Nelayan Gelugor)
It is pretty quite there

Nothing special about the village, just left a few row of houses. (Due to the up coming construction there). But I like the view there, every time I passed by there, I told myself that, I will need to be here at least once. Before it is "gone".

Landscape Photography by Chiat Hau Photography (Persatuan Nelayan Gelugor)
With some classic feel in it

Anyway for this post, I will share the landscape photos I took that day. And guess what, I spend most of my time talking to the villagers there. They said that their home has been pretty old (aka "usang" and is slunted here and there). The reply from me to them is that, I like the way it feel. classic and "gaya" :"P. (And they burst into laugh). And yes, I have eventually sit on the jetty and talked to the villagers there for like 40 minutes (Not taking any photos). Trying to connect to them and understand their life. (I will talked more about that tomorrow - When I post some portraiture shoot) :)

Landscape Photography by Chiat Hau Photography (Persatuan Nelayan Gelugor)
With some classic feel in it

I guess that's all for tonight. I hope you all will enjoy the photos for this small outing and have a great week starting tomorrow. :") Night...

11 comments :

  1. I passed by here too last weekend. I thought no one is staying already. But i didn't think of taking the slanted house. Instead the sand. I guess it looks like some scenery if just taken the sand, sky, and sea + a few boats. (the one piled up in the middle of the sea)Do you have any pic of it? I guess the villagers love the scene there too. That's why they're not willing to move. I don't like the developer that destroy the beauty of the nature.. :( so sad to see..

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  2. Ohh yeah. I think I have some of those, let me go back and find and post up some today (together with the portraiture post) :) Yeah, they love the place but when times comes... they will need to move as well. (is kinda too bad... sigh)

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  3. i like the post processing effect. :)

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  4. I like all those landscape pic posted here:) You see not bad your landscape shooting..

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  5. 小慧: Thanks. Just some boosting of contrast and level/curves here. :")

    Lilian: Hehe... well, I will need to explore more. :"P (But again, I still like portraiture shoot more, but not bad as well to try something new like landscape). Thanks for the support! :)

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  6. You have done an excellent job! Your photo is much more better then the actual view.

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  7. Thanks... :") Looks like landscape photos do works also... :") I will try more next time. Thanks for the encouragement ya!

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  8. that 'senget' house owez caught my attention each time i past by lol..din expect you givin it a shot haha..

    great job btw =D

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  9. Hehe... yeah it is special... although it is slanted but it is still pretty solid there. (Too bad they are going to remove it soon) ~: |

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  10. 不懂如果有人走过桥梁进去那房子,它会倒塌么……
    让我联想到斜塔……哈哈

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  11. 不会不会。。。我尝试过了。。。还很稳呢。:)

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Chiat Hau is a portrait and wedding photographer based in Penang, Malaysia. He started his photography journey by shooting strangers' portrait on the streets of Penang and around the world whenever he travel. Observing life and culture through the viewfinder, Chiat Hau has found a passion for framing his subjects in a natural, cinematic and yet photo-journalistic fashion. Capturing precious moments in both commissioned assignments and personal projects.