Turn the Lights On

Abstract Photography by Chiat Hau Photography (Melaka Trip)
Yeah, it has been lighten up slowly. :)

I has been disappeared from PG from the last few days (I mean last weekend), hanging around in Melaka as a driver. :"D Oh yeah, it is quite a tiring weekend.(Specially on the way back where I drive from 2pm - 10pm) :"P But again, I think it is a nice one, where I could spend sometimes off with LB's family to rest and relax as well as visiting the Melaka state after 10 years I left there. (Yeah, stayed one year in Melaka for my study). :")

There is not a lot of photos to share today, but I will try to process and finish up the trip photos ASAP for sharing soon. :) The photo posted today is actually a photo that I've taken while we are queuing up for dinner. (And yes, we pretty much queuing up waiting for our turn for lunch and dinner, I guess that's the trend in Melaka now... :"P). It is almost evening time, and the street light has been slowly lighted up. :")

Alright, a short post today. I will continue with what I should do now... Night everyone. :)


  1. Though it was tiring but at least you're being charged:)

  2. Actually it is tiring, but at least I feel good about it. :) (Until now, I still feel the after effects of the trip) :"P

  3. Wow.. that's kinda long hours drive! Can't wait to see the pictures.. It will surely bring back the memories.. :)

  4. Yeah is pretty long but strangely I didn't feel sleepy at all. (Luckily...) + it is raining and it is pretty dark specially starting 7pm on wards... Anyway, will post up the photos once I am done with it. ;)

  5. 唔唔,如果有机会的话,偶尔我也想要这样出游一趟呢~!

  6. 那是应该的。。。休息是为了要走更长的路啊。:)





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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.