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Sunday, 4-Feb-2007 05:26 Email | Share | | Bookmark
FAREWELL....

PEOPLE OF SIEM RIEP... ABANDONED...
COLORS OF SIEM RIEP... FUN...
PEOPLE OF SIEM RIEP... FUN...
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Dear all,
This is my last posting on fotopages. I hope you have enjoyed what this passionate amateur photographer has shown...
Thank you so much again for the time and the effort you have taken for each visit and each comment I will treasure always... If I have offended any of you with my honesty, I apologize...
I hope all of you will continue to challenge yourself. Be confident and proud of your vision. Be ready to comment without fear or favor in the spirit of sharing of thoughts and ideas. Stop labeling coz we are all equal citizens on Internet!!
Take care...


Warmest regards,
Azli Jamil

ps: If you would like to see my photos, please visit http://www.flickr.com/photos/azlijamil01/



PEOPLE OF SIEM RIEP... ABANDONED...



COLORS OF SIEM RIEP... FUN...



PEOPLE OF SIEM RIEP... FUN...



BALI IMAGES... THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA...



BALI IMAGES... SURFER AT SUNSET...



A TREASURED FRIEND NAMED LIAM...


Friday, 17-Nov-2006 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
MY PRIDE... MY JOY...

 
 
 
Dear all,

My apologies again for a long absence...
I would like to take this opportunity to share my pride and joy...
The first three photos were ranked in top 5 for the respective day on Flickr Explore!
The big photo of is one of my 6 full sized photos that appeared in an article on Malaysia featured in the September 2006 issue of the inflight magazine of Russian Aviation Company Transaero (http://www.transaero.ru/).
Apart from that, a golf course picture appeared in a golf brochure in Germany and a few other photos are on some sites in countries around the world.
I wonder when Malaysia would notice me or when Malaysians would notice me too. I find it strange that NO ONE has ever approached me to do weddings. I am a people shooter...
Thank you so much again for taking the time to visit/comment in the spirit of idea sharing where there is no right or wrong answer...
Have a great weekend and a greater week ahead.. Keep on shooting!!

Best regards,

Azli Jamil




25/11/06: Tomorrow, I'm going to Siem Riep for a week of vacation (my third time this year). Before I go, I would like to share with you a photo I shot at yesterday's runway fashion show. I really love this shot!!!



Wednesday, 13-Sep-2006 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
PEOPLE... CAMBODIA (THE KILLING FIELDS)

 
 
 
Dear all,

My apologies for a long absence...
Touching lives through photography is what I aim to do. But, how could I touch lives if I couldn't reach them? What an uphill struggle!!! I donno.... I've given up on ever being top 100 in fotopage.
Thank you so much again for visiting/commenting in the spirit of idea sharing where there is no right or wrong answer... I really appreciate the time and the effort you have taken for each visit and each comment...
Have a great week and a greater week ahead.. Keep on shooting!!

Best regards,
Azli Jamil

ps: I went to Cambodia and Vietnam for vacation 3 weeks ago..



The past...
The Killing Fields were a number of sites in Cambodia where people were killed and buried by the Khmer Rouge communist regime which ruled the country from 1975 to 1979. Estimates of the number of dead range from 1.5 to 3 million out of a population of nearly 8 million people.
The best-known of these sites is Choeung Ek (where these 3 photos were taken) where it is the site of a Buddhist memorial to the terror.




The present...
Now, the place looks more like a field with a lot of holes but we cannot go there and not feel the chill of the past. Nonetheless, life goes on...
I don't think the boy even realizes what the place was. To him, it is a place for his cows to graze... while pondering upon his future...




The future...
There are many children at Killing Fields who would crowd visiting tourists. They would gather together, and say in a singsong way "1, 2, 3...Smile!!"
Sorry... I don't like taking posed shots...
By the way, out of the thousands of shots I've taken, I consider this as being my best shot. What do you think?


I've been busy with Flickr lately http://www.flickr.com/photos/azlijamil01/
I would like to take this opportunity to share with you my Flickr pride.
Below are two of my top shots on Flickr where shots posted are ranked in term of interestingness every day. The first shot reached #1 for shots posted on Sept. 2, 2006 (it is currently ranked #4) while the second shot reached #3 for shots posted on Sept. 9, 2006 (it is currently ranked #5).
I hope you like these two shots (both taken at KLCC...







Monday, 7-Aug-2006 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
PEOPLE... IN COLOR...

 
 
 
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Dear all,

I LOVE MY D70s!!!!!

Thank you so much again for visiting/commenting in the spirit of idea sharing where there is no right or wrong answer... I really appreciate the time and the effort you have taken for each visit and each comment...
Sometimes, what you wrote made my day...Thank you again...
Btw, check out my Flickr site at http://www.flickr.com/photos/azlijamil01/
Have a great week and a greater week ahead.. Keep on shooting!!

Best regards,
Azli Jamil

ps: If the eyes are the windows to the soul, then you’re looking at a noble and beautiful soul, named Dale (who loves iced tea with sweetened condensed milk just as my two friends from Estonia did).



Monday, 17-Jul-2006 14:35 Email | Share | | Bookmark
PEOPLE... THREE TRAVELERS...

KASEL YAMASHITA (CANADA)
TOMMI KARLSTEDT (FINLAND)
JOHNNY NOMAD (USA)
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Dear all,

KASEL YAMASHITA
I've written about him in PEOPLE... THREE WOMEN... AND A MAN...
He's back in Canada now. At the end of each phase of his adventure, he would send email to people. I would like to share the last paragraph of the email:
" so strange driving up the road towards terrace. i've been to remarkable places, i've met remarkable people, but coming down that road i was excited to see the mountains pulling themselves up on the horizon. the spectacular sunset to the west offering perfect lighting to the skeena river and it's surrounding mountains. nothing like the snowcapped summer peaks to really tell you you're back. but if i'm back, how can i feel this distant from where i am? obviously i don't really exist in this world."
I really enjoyed reading that email...
I really wish him well in his future undertakings....

TOMMI KARSTEDT
I met him in late March, on the day I got my 50mm f1.8 (waited 3 months for the lens). I got out of the mall eager to try out the lens, saw him, and the first sentence I said to him was "Hi.. Can I take a photo of your tattoo?" That was a Thursday and for the days 3 days we met in the evening. On Saturday evening, we were joined by his friend Arto. Both of them had spent 7 months travelling and working in Australia. They are so funny
Finally said farewell to them on Monday .
Recently, Tommi commented on PEOPLE... NINE PEOPLE NINE COUNTRIES... (He is Finland).
"hi azli..yeah nice shots!! i've been back home about 2months..its been really cool..and u know what??i just bought a ibook have a good time and thanks for hospitality.. Sat 1-Jul-2006 19:30 Posted by:tommy IP: 82.181.10.83 "
His dream since he was 5 is to be a firefighter. I am certain he will do well!!

JOHNNY NOMAD
I am so fascinated with him!! He's not even 26 and he has seen more than 50 countries and has visited all 7 continents!!! Oh ya! Nomad isn't his last name. He told me his last name (French sounding). I forgot...
We met at KLCC park last Friday. We talked and later we went to Matic for the foodfest where he sampled some Malaysian delicacies. We met again on Saturday afternoon and agreed to meet again yesterday evening. I was really looking forward to sharing a meal with him at my favorite restaurant where I would get to hear more about his adventures. In the afternoon, I checked my fotopage and saw this comment:
" Hey Azli I wanted to let you know that it has been a real pleasure hanging out with you! Thanks for sharing your time and your love of life with me! I really enjoyed looking at your photos yesterday you do amazing work. I ran into a few friends of mine that I meet in Singapore @ the hostel and they talked me into heading North with them. All part of the life of a Nomad I guess? Sorry I did not have more time in KL. Best of luck with everything that you do. I look forward to seeing your work in the future. Keep on sharing and bringing color to the world! Your friend in travels! -Johnny Nomad Sun 16-Jul-2006 05:06 Posted by:John IP: 210.187.118.65 "
I couldn't help feeling disappointed. But then, he is a nomad...
Nonetheless, do try and visit his travel blog http://www.johnnynomad.com
I guarantee you would enjoy his writings too. He is so witty yet insightful...

Thank you so much again for visiting/commenting in the spirit of idea sharing where there is no right or wrong answer... I really appreciate each visit and comment. Thank you again...
Have a great week and a greater week ahead.. Keep on shooting!!

Best regards,
Azli Jamil

ps: HAPPY BIRTHDAY STEFAN ANDREAS HARTL!!!
HAVE A WONDERFUL WONDERFUL LIFE...




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