I found this pink sandal on the Mersing beach. It’s near to the small recreational area at the back of Kampung Makam.
This gate pattern of masjid jamek An-Nur in Labuan attracts me very much.
I visited the Marine Museum that located at Labuan International Sea Sports Complex in Jalan Tanjung Purun.
On the last day in Labuan Island yesterday, I was being surprised by my Canon EOS 40D old technical problems.
The first one is about dusts on my pictures I snapped, especially when I capture any blue sky. I tried using manual sensor cleaning in menu, but the dusts still exist. You can see clearly the dusts on the above picture of Labuan Stadium I took in the morning.
The second one is the program error ‘ERR 01’. I had sent this problem to Canon Service Center before. I Googled about it and found tons of similar problems:
* Battery problems — needs to add battery grip as IS uses more power to operate. This doesn’t make sense since the 17-85mm has IS but have been using it for more than a year. I was also using a battery grip with two fully-charged original batteries in it.
* Lens contacts need cleaning. Took a pencil eraser and cleaned the contacts in the lens (the gold-plated part inside) to no avail. I did the same with camera body. Both contacts look like they’re in pristine condition with no hints of oxidation or whatever.
* IS motor problem. Tried turning off IS and set the lens to manual and still the same. Then, I discovered that when the lens is half to fully extended, it works fine but when set at about 17mm to 35mm, the problem occurs.
* Loose screws. Check the entire lens and all the tiny screws in it but everything is intact.
I’ve exhausted all possible solutions and quick fixes so all I can do now is send it to Canon’s Service Center. [+ Yugatech Philippines ]
Now, I am having doubts with Canon build quality. I have been using my Canon EOS 40D for precisely two years already.
While travelling from Bandar Seri Begawan to Miri in Sarawak, I found this oil rig replica at Sungai Tujoh Immigration Complex.
I arrived in Labuan Federal Territory last Monday.
I rented a car and drove all around this tiny island.
The above gigantic satellite radar discs image I took while at Layang-layangan.
The Jerudong Park Super Shooter Playground is now totally out of order (2009).
Yesterday, I managed to visit Brunei’s infamous Jerudong Park Playground.
The playground is abandoned and of course I didn’t have to pay an entrance fee.
Alhamdulillah. Thank God I arrived in Brunei Darussalam in one piece last Friday.
Day 1: In the evening, I walked around the capital city through tamu and waterfront. From Yayasan Complex, I went inside the mosque compound and took some pictures of the above Masjid Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien. And I came again that night to snap the mosque.
Day 2: I went sightseeing with a tour agent. Their bus driver and me alone as a tourist. I visited Muzium Brunei, Makam Sultan V, Jeradong Playground Park (outside the gate only), Empire Hotel, and Masjid Hassanal Bolkiah.
I am in Brunei now.
The above green tree I snapped at Tasek Lama Recreation Park.
Nice and refreshing picture.