The High Cost of Development - Sabah
That beautiful beachfront
resort you're staying at? Well, where you're sleeping was probably once
a jungle, or at least something wilder than your semi-hard mattress. Taken
near the sleepy seaside village of Kuala Penyu, this photo is just one
example of the rapid development taking place in Malaysian
Photo of the Day - Bat Exodus
The famous bat exodus in
Mulu National Park, Sarawak.
Approximately 3 million bats live in Deer Cave and leave near dusk by
the thousands in long snake-like formations to feed on insects...
Photo of the Day: Sunset over Paddy Fields
setting sun reflects brilliantly in the rice paddy fields near Bario, Sarawak. The mountains of the Kelebit Highlands here in Borneo are in silhouette...
Photo of the Day - Storm Over Bario
Dark clouds approaching over the hills are soon followed by the sound of thunder near
Bario. Once the rain comes, the roads will likely be impassable.
Photo of the Day - Cave Waterfalls
Water seeps through the limestone roof of Deer Cave and falls 122m to the cave floor. Back-lit by the main entrance, where the
famous bat exodus occurs nightly, the waterfalls give a surreal feel to an already otherworldly place.
Photo of the Day - Sibu Nightscape
The first shot with my new lens, the sun setting over Sibu,