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Continuing from Splashes on the Brunei River here are the images from my latest set as published in Sept 2009 edition of Singapore Airlines in-flight SilverKris magazine—two images: Tarindak d’Seni (left) and the Ulu Temburong National Park suspension bridge. Pictures and article on page 80 of magazine.
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This was a two-day assignment not counting the number of e-mail exchanges I’ve had with regards to the scope and logistics of shoot. At the end of the day, a buffet of images were provided to the SilverKris team for their review and selection. Along with images from Splashes on the Brunei River are the ones below which did not make it to print but which I thought are interesting to share. Many thanks to author Wan Zainal, SilverKris team for the opportunity and also thanks Sunshine Borneo Tours and Brunei Tourism for their support!
Shooting in Manukan Island in Kota Kinabalu prepared me for this assignment as I knew the risks involved. A jetty at the Marine Centre would be a welcomed addition in the interest of safety and convenience.