Saturday, September 12, 2009

Is it Autumn Now?

It was not cold in the morning, yet somehow, heavy fogs were seen skirting around in front of me. The movement was swift and quiet. It must be good to immerse myself in these dense fogs, just like what Cerok Tokun was doing.

Other than seeing a few small birds flying around, I was the sole passer-by right now.

Some distance away, Mengkuang Dam had formed some familiar scenic views to my old friends.

Zoom in and zoom out views framed my perspective differently. Some people like to zoom in to focus on a small area, but others prefer to have a full-size view. Somehow even a slight shift in focus, the image or story in my mind theatre will then be unreal.

Standing at a different corner looking at a different angle, the orange and yellow leaves had taken me to the autumn. That spider that stayed in the middle was witnessing the changes, I was too far away to listen to his story.

I try my best to show you all the beauties that I have seen, simply because you are my best friends. Have a good day.

Before I end this post, there is an extra. I have received what is called the Six Hidden Treasures Challenge from Ratty at Everyday Adventure. Here are the rules of the challenge.

1. Take the Challenge picture and place on your blog
2. Find your favorite six hidden posts in the archives and add the links under the picture
3. Choose one other blogger and send the challenge to them,
4. Link back to the sender of the challenge and New Scribbles.

These are my Six Hidden Treasures:
1
. Jungle trekking in Penang National Park

I want to pass this challenge on to everyone of you, to all my friends, if you like the idea.

32 comments:

Salitype said...

oh my! even the fog dense as it was never dent the beauty of your surroundings. if it looks beautiful partly covered by fog i can imagine how majestic it looks under the sun!

Gallicissa said...

Lovely scener, Rainfield. Looks my kind of terrain.

WiseAcre said...

I liked the wide view. Looks like you're on top of the world.

Pacey said...

I love the third shot, it really shows the entire beauty of the scene. Have a nice weekend rain.

Icy BC said...

Lovely scenery, rainfield! That little touch of autumn colors is just a perfect signs.

cherie said...

it is autumn now no matter what they say.

George said...

I really like your pictures of the mountain in the fog. If I had to choose only one I would say that the wide-angle view is my favorite. The last picture is beautiful as well.

rainfield61 said...

Salitype: If I was covered by fog, I must have felt so great.

Gallicissa: Yes, it looks like your kind of terrain in SL. I have seen many from your blog.

WiseAcre: If no song for you, why invited me to sing along "top of the world" by Carpenter?

Pacey: Yes, have a nice and beautiful Sunday.

Icy BC/cherie: We do not have four seasons in Malaysia. Only rain can create the feeling of autumn over here.

George: Thanks for your choice. The wide-angle view provides you a total picture of the surrounding. Is it great?

CH said...

I love all your pictures. I like the feeling being covered by fog.

Pete said...

Ahhh, Ceruk Tokun, Alma, haven't been up there for years already. Nice place for hiking!

Bangchik and Kakdah said...

Its really a glimpse of autumn we never had, Rainnie. Senduduks in my garden are churning yellowish red leaves more than ever.. ~ bangchik

Poetic Shutterbug said...

These different angles are very striking and the fog gives the photos a surreal feeling. I really like these particular pictures.

rainfield61 said...

CH: I am leaving now for my hike. Have a nice day.

Pete: Hai, local guy, nice to see you. Or, shall I see you often at Cerok Tokun? lol.

Bangchik and Kakdah: It is only the colour that makes us feeling autumn is around the colour. Haha..

Poetic Shutterbug: Seeing fog over here is always very exciting, not to mention if cover up by them. So great.

Bengbeng said...

the fog makes everything seem more mysterious and beautiful

betchai said...

it pretty ,much look like autumn already, i love the clouds hugging the hills and you were taking pictures from the top, lovely!

Cher said...

i like your intro, it's like i'm reading a novel. hmmmmn, you have one more hidden talent huh?

i like taking both panoramic and macro shots. your photos are always presented with words of wisdom and it's what makes them even greater. ;)

you delighted my eyes with the refreshing colours of 'autumn'! have a blessed Sunday!

Kirigalpoththa said...

Fantastic sceneries!

Thanks for sharing this beauty with us :)

Tes said...

The photo has a dreamy effect. Nice shots! I will try to add the challenge to my next post. Cool idea!

rainfield61 said...

Bengbeng: That's why the bride in the older Chinese custom hid her face behind a piece of veil.

betchai: I love the hugging feeling, but simply missed it.

cher: Ahhhhh....you are bringing me one more big hat. Happy Sunday.

kirigalpoththa: Thanks you for always come along with me. Cheers.

Tes: Haha.. then wait to see your next post.

VanillaSeven said...

beautiful scenery rainfield. I can see the mountain range from afar.

Sharodindu said...

lovely shots...I have never visited any dense forest in recen days...my last visit at Sundarban was more than 10 years back. After seeing your post I strongly feel to start viisiting forest...

Ginnymo said...

Great photos! I love our foggy mornings here too. I love fall.

rainfield61 said...

Vanillaseven: I can even see Penang Island from this angle.

Sharodindu: If you start visiting forent, don't forget to show us your photo, they must be beautiful.

Ginnymo: Winter will arrive after the end of fall, this marks my 1st anniversary into blogging.

Ana said...

It's wonderful what the eye can capture, and what the mind can cling on to. I love your captures and how you bring us closer, to a part of your world and your experiences. :) Truly beautiful, and I feel like I am already there. I shall be travelling this week so I shall be away for quite some time, and I look forward to sharing some photographs on my blog of the many experiences encountered. I hope you visit and see. :) Kind regards.

Mei Teng said...

I see colourful autumn-like leaves! :)

Ratty said...

I love the way you did your pictures. I sometimes wonder if I should zoom in or zoom out too. I think I like both.

You did a great job with the Six Hidden Treasures Challenge. I'll take a look at them all again.

:: flyingstars :: said...

simply beautifully captured shots....lovely scenery!

fufu said...

one of my hidden treasures definitely is watching sunrise on the plane :) which is just updated on my latest post =p when i was flying to europe =p

AVCr8teur said...

You have captured the early signs of autumn which is only a week away.

rainfield61 said...

Ana: Then, there will be more interesting posts and pictures coming soon. Great!! I'll travel with you virtually.

Mei Teng: Yes, this is the feeling of autumn.

flyingstars: Thank you. Everything is beautiful once we are open-minded.

fufu: You always have great travelling. Seems like your work is to travel.

AVCr8teur: Your autumn is a week away, but for mine,I have to wait for raining day.

Ayie said...

autumn has finally arrived =)

Harumi said...

Stunning scenery Rain! You've captured them beautifully. My favorite is the 3rd one.