amazing photos as always!
What an amazing contrast between old and new. Great city and market shots. http://liveitinerantly.com
Absolutely beautiful. And the photo of the climbing monkey is especially epic.
I am loving following your documentation of your trip! Gorgeous photos. I'm excited to see the Bali pictures too - I'm so fascinated by Bali.
Oh Bali, how exciting.
Hi there, stumbled across your blog a few days ago. I live in Kuala Lumpur! How nice for me to see great photos of it from a traveller's point of view, makes us look at our home and city a little differently.
great pics. I love KL. one of my favourite cities in SE Asia :)
love the red through the photos and complete feeling. beautiful,-)
are you using portrait settings? or all all thse manuals omg great photosplease give us tips lol
yes! mostly shot on manual. occasionally we use aperture priority.
I like the shot of the Petronas reflected on the pond. I completely missed that when I visited the towers this spring!
how lovely that you had family along.. what a special memory! these photos are brilliant.xx
i've come across your blog at LEAST a dozen times over the last two weeks and i think that is a sign. i don't know what it means but i'll figure it out. anyway, i really love all the beautiful images you share and i think yours might be my new favorite blog to follow around. you are just lovely.xo.ayley
Lovely, lovely photos here! Thank you for leaving a comment on my blog so I could find you, too. :) Ah, I remember really enjoying mall-hopping around Kuala Lumpur.
Flip me these are incredible! Those towers just look awe inspiring. Really enjoying your blog.
Your Malaysia pictures are amazing, well all of your photos make us dream about future travels (can't get over your Vietnam pics, they were so great that I should visit it asap :) !)
unreal! what lens are these shot with? love!
a mix of 24-70mm, 50mm, 85mm, and 35mm. our 35mm unfortunately took quite a beating in indonesia so it's now out of commission for a bit! :(
awesome. ok so the million dollar question. i'm always asking photogs this. 1. what is your favorite portrait lens? your go to for sessions?2. what is your favorite travel lens, all around "do it all" kind of lens but still look sharp and have a nice bokeh?3. if you had to shoot on only one lens... what would it be? haha. okay and also just out of curiousity, what's your guys favorite? i know that's a mouthful haha... but i REALLY need a new lens and i'm always bouncing between an 85 or a 35 but then i think 85 you have to be sooo far away, and that has its pros and cons... and then a new wide?! ugh i am a mess.
i love the one of the lady peeking out of the bus!
thanks so much for writing! i love hearing from you!xo