Sunday, December 12, 2010

Ulu Yam Jungle 乌鲁音林 ...






Long drive from KL and not the easiest hike for my age ...



we don't see anyone else ...
just us and nature ...

Nor do we see any signs for people came here before ...
Everything here is just nature ...



There are no plastic cups or Styrofoams seen anywhere
and I think the public has not found this place yet ...

Let us leave it that way ...

16 comments:

Marcos Muñoz said...

Impresionantes. Muy bonitas. Estas fotografias me gustan mucho. very nice.

New Sensations said...

wow. gorgeous!

Traveling Hawk said...

Splendid place, premium pictures!

Chwile... said...

Ten strumień jest niesamowity w twoim obiektywie. Jak żywy i jak zaczarowany.

Eyeliquor said...

This reminds me of Ko Chang,a National Marine Park in Thailand,I visited years ago..It was untouched then..
In your photographs you expect to see an elf any second! :)
Very nice Wong!
And yeah please do keep this place a secret!!

Laura.M said...

Son preciosas!!.Mejor en secreto Wong.
Así no se destruirá como hacemos con todo.
Saludos. Laura

yas said...

Wonderful catch the stream! Great shot!!

Ángel said...

Fantásticas, unas tomas verdaderas maravillas. El agua se convierte en un manto de seda sobre una vegetación exuberante.
Un abrazo

Smile said...

looks great what camera do you use?

Teuvo Vehkalahti said...

Hei Wong

Wow! Erittäin hienoja syksyisen puron valokuvia, olet hienosti toteuttanut kuvat.
Kiitos komentistasi Teuvon kuvat blogissa.

Teuvo Finland

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Dear Smile,
All my photography currently done using Nikon D90.
You should be able to find the gears I use from my blog front page.

Toni Bra said...

Wooow..Wonderful...Salutations

Carolina Tavares said...

Beautiful pictures very beautiful place. I think it was worth the effort.

Dominic Gendron said...

Great images, i really really love the #1 ;)

Randy said...

That is so beautiful. I can just hear the water now.

Two Tigers said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful.