Monday, 31 December 2007

Sunset at Bagan Hailam



We went for seafood dinner at Bagan Hailam, a fishing village near to North Port Klang. It was a fabulous day for photography. Check out the clouds!

Many came out here for fishing. You can see 2 men and a boy enjoying their fishing moments at this old jetty. One of the men's wife and 2 children were standing next to me supporting them from afar. It's nice to see such happy family moments.

Wish you had a lovely weekend like them too! Happy New Year to all!

9 comments:

Olivier said...

Meilleurs Voeux pour 2008
amour et tendresse, Amedée et moi te souhaitons tous nos vœux pour cette
nouvelle année 2008. Alors champagne pour tous le monde.......

Best Wishes for 2008
Love and tenderness, Amedée and I wish you all our wishes for this
New Year 2008. So champagne for all the world .......


Evry Daily Photo

J.C. said...

Thank you to you both! Wish you a Happy New Year too!

pusa said...

HaPpY nEw YeAr!!! Wishing you life's best this 2008!

pusa
i heart manila

J.C. said...

Hi Pusa, thank you! Wish you a New Year filled with abundance - good health, happiness, love, wealth and peace.

Keropok Man said...

Wishing you a very Happy New Year from Singapore!

what did u all have? sounds like a good place to have great seafood ;-)

Sunkyoung said...

Wish you a great new year!

From Sunkyoung in Seoul

J.C. said...

Hey Keropok Man,

Happy New Year to you and family!

At Bagan Hailam, we had salted egg yolk crab, gungpo mantis prawn, fried oyster with egg (oh ah jien), sweet sour lala, stir fried sweet potatoes leaf. Unfortunately we were overwhelmed with the food, and we tucked in without hesitation. Thus, I forgot to capture any photos to share!

J.C. said...

Hi Sunkyoung,

Happy New Year to you and family too! Wish you a fabulous year ahead filled with lotsa abundance!!!

Keropok Man said...

haha.. i know what you mean. the food arrives and that's it.. nothing else matters. LOL...

"Use your first smile, your first form of generosity, of love, of kindness—use it at home; start at home. And if there is something left over—if … your plate is just full of abundance of patience and goodness and smiles and joy, then by all means, you should go … and offer that to others. But we must begin at home." by Dr Robin Smith