Kota Kinabalu, People and Places, Street Photography.

everyday is a new chapter

Posted in Black & white, Gaya Street by 1davidstella on May 21, 2014
Couple at Gaya Street market.

Couple and family.

Couple shares a common interest.. and taste in fashion. A man shares with his child, a morning at the market. New chapters are written everyday.

a potpourri of culture

Posted in bazaar, Gaya Street by 1davidstella on June 26, 2013
religion culture gaya street

a potpourri of culture.

A potpourri of culture and religion. It is depicted in our handicrafts. Photographed at the Sunday market, Gaya Street.

may i interest you

Posted in bazaar, Black & white, Gaya Street by 1davidstella on June 19, 2013
bazaar street

New circulation, sign up for trial.

Gaya Street Sunday market.. lively and never boring.

miniature beauty

Posted in bazaar, Gaya Street by 1davidstella on June 18, 2013

miniature beauty

This miniature rooster was popular among the visitors at the Gaya Street Sunday market. I am not sure if he is a potential meal or a pet.

positivity in words and phrases

Posted in Around Kota Kinabalu, bazaar, Black & white, Gaya Street, street photography by 1davidstella on June 10, 2013
street calligraphy

Positivity in words and phrases for everyone.

callgraphy

Huang Poh Lo (Mr. N. Poolohgasingam), Chinese & Shah-Rumi Al-Arabia Calligrapher Malaysian Indian living in Sabah. Uniquely talented.

easy to spot travellers

Posted in Around Kota Kinabalu, bazaar, Black & white, Gaya Street by 1davidstella on June 7, 2013

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Easy to spot travellers.. they usually stand head and shoulders above the locals. Sunday market, Gaya Street, Kota Kinabalu.

thirsty travellers.

Posted in BB Cafe, Black & white, Gaya Street by 1davidstella on March 8, 2011

 

thirsty travellers.

Travellers passing through Kota Kinabalu. It is hot and humid here. The cafes and pubs are popular places to chill out after a day in the sun. Cheers, Pavel and Karl.

~Lightbox~ My BB Cafe set.

Compared to Malaysians, it seems that people from western nations travel a lot more on vacations. It is nice to see many people from distant countries. Thanks to budget airlines, many Malaysians are now travelling overseas on their vacations. However, most will work a lifetime before they get to see other parts of the world.

street cafe and bar.

Posted in Around Kota Kinabalu, BB Cafe, Black & white, Gaya Street by 1davidstella on March 8, 2011

 

street cafe and bar.

Late afternoon at BB Cafe, Gaya Street, Kota Kinabalu. Street cafe and bar, popular place to chill out in the evenings.

~Lightbox~ More photos in BB Cafe set.

huang poh lo, chinese and arabic calligrapher, artist.

Posted in Black & white, Gaya Street, street portrait by 1davidstella on February 6, 2011

 

huang poh lo, chinese and arabic calligrapher, artist.

Pre Chinese New Year at the night market, Gaya Street.

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Huang Poh Lo {N. Poolohgasingam}, “The Man Below The Wind”, Malaysian living in Sabah and currently the only known Indian, Chinese Calligrapher in the world. He also created “Shah Rumi-Jawi” Calligraphy, a Roman font of 26 alphabets. I can’t read Chinese and I am very humbled to meet this man who is a master of this Chinese art form.

New Sabah Times (newspaper) feature about Huang Poh Lo.. “when you mix love and skill, you get a masterpiece”.

daphne iii

Posted in Black & white, Gaya Street, street portrait by 1davidstella on January 26, 2011

 

daphne iii

Daphne and Timothy check out some sunglasses while Stella looks on.

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