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Sunday, 22-Jun-2008 17:30 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Shamil and Musfirah - Akad Nikah Ceremony (21st June 2008)



Both Shamil and Musfirah were my juniors back in Al-Amin Bangi. I was appointed as the Emcee of the wedding ceremony but i brought along my camera just in case i'd needed it. I was preoccupied wt other stuff during the akad, n by the time i arrived, the lounge was fully packed, leaving me with no choice but to shoot wt a tele from outside the house, through the windows. never have i done this before but it was kinda cool, papparazi like i'd like to congratulate both Shamil n Musfirah on their wedding. May Allah grant both of you His blessings, n may it be of what is said in the quran as a marriage filled wt Sakeenah, Mawaddah wa Rahmah insyaAllah. Sorry for the bad shots...had to rush between taking pics n conducting the ceremony. huhu~~

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My kit lens Rosak!! isk...all e pics were taken using my tele lens. sayang betul, bnyk gambar2 best termiss

Musfirah and Shamil juz before the akad...dua-dua tgh cuak!






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"Dan di antara tanda-tanda (kebesaran)-Nya ialah Dia menciptakan pasangan-pasangan untukmu dari jenismu sendiri, agar kamu cenderung dan merasa tenteram kepadanya, dan Dia jadikan di antaramu rasa kasih dan sayang". (Ar-Ruum:21)


Thursday, 12-Jun-2008 12:26 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Yaa & friends outdoor portraiture

Yaa n frenz outdoor portraiture@UTP front park




Saturday, 31-May-2008 11:05 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Khajoo Bridge Piper

The pictures show a piper on Khajoo Bridge, Esfahan, Iran. Despite the middle-low living standards in Iran, it is very rare to find people begging in the streets. Instead, they would do something for money. Some take photographs, some sing and some like in this picture play musical instruments. It's kinda cool looking at how these people would do many things to earn money.


Picture 1: The piper is playing his flute by the side
Picture 2: People passing by ignoring the piper...how sad
Picture 3: At last, someone stopped by..........err, to take a picture? oiii, have some heart la. klu ye pun bagi la duit dulu. Hampehh betul
(i'm not making this up, it did really happen...sampai kena tinggal la dgn my group, asyik sgt amik gmbr pak cik ni )


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"Tahukah kamu orang yang mendustakan agama? Maka itulah orang yang mengherdik anak yatim, dan tidak mendorong memberi makan orang miskin". (Al-Ma'uun:1-3)


Saturday, 29-Mar-2008 15:04 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Inland Sea Dune Bashing

After so long, at last im back wt a new entry...Inland Sea Dune Bashing

This trip was a continuity to the previous trip organised by Malaysian Association of Qatar (MAQ) which i missed two weeks before. Organised by my father in his Land Cruiser and led by uncle Issyam in his office's Nissan Pathfinder, the trip was joined by another four SUVs: a Ford Explorer, Kia Sorento, Toyota Prado and a Ssangyong Rexton. Out of all, only Dr.Yasir (Prado) was new with the dunes. We headed for Masaied around 8am and arrived slightly later then schedule as the sandstorm that morning really slowed us down on the road. After the briefing, everyone started deflating their tyres. The pressure of the tyre should be lowered in order to increase the surface of contact between the tyres and the sand, thus adds grip and friction. The amount of pressure required depends on the softness of the sand and it's humidity, which are mainly by the weather. In our case that morning, the sand was not that soft and wet so we lowered the pressure from 33.5 psi to 15.5 psi. After all were set, we headed for Inland Sea, which borders Qatar and Saudi Arabia. We stopped at inland sea and set up our food for lunch. We had nasi lemak, fried mee, sandwitches and crisps. Dr.Yasir brought out his barbeque set and prepared some Shish Tawouk which tasted really awesome (it's an arabic cuisine - chicken, pepper, salad, tomatoes all grilled and eaten with pita bread). SOme of us took a dip in the sea, while some just relaxed by the seaside. Before going home, we stopped at another spot to search for clams (kepah).In a nutshell, the trip was fantastic!!! Bravo to dr.azhar n uncle issyam for organising such a wonderful trip...

Here are some pics from the trip. Enjoyyy!!! (bnyk jgk gmbr x menjadi...layan je la )



Better take a pic of myself first...coz i know i wont be hving any pics of meself for the rest of the trip


The participants (kia sorento left out...sorry!)

Inside a land cruiser on a 45 degree slope...





Hehe...thanx to me, the car got stuck - i lost power during picking up speed while climbing the slope

"Maka nikmat tuhanmu yang manakah yang kamu dustakan..." (Surah Ar-Rahman)


Before returning home

That's all...malas nk upload bnyk2








Tuesday, 12-Feb-2008 21:24 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Khor el-Udaid (Inland Sea) Dune Bashing - Teaser

Inland Sea Dune Bashing teaser...enjoy!!





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Endurance.Adventure.Excitement...Dune bashing memang sangat best!!!

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4WDs/SUVs that haven't been on the dunes are called virgins...belum layak dipanggil 4WD/SUV


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