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Easy like Sunday morning... Part 1

This morning's outing was amidst erratic weather but with the shots that resulted, it was truly a worthwhile endeavour, and Kantalensa will agree with me! The objective was to capture rock-climbing action (pictures in next post).

I got a bonus though cos I came across these young students from Kelab Kembara or Adventure Club from Sixth Form Center, Berakas. It was their first outing of the year. Ahhh.. the joys of being young...

Specially for you, Kembara kids, below is a video slide show I made for you. ENJOY!


Zippy said…
I'd love to join this kembara club.

Any number I can contact?
Gee said…
Oh its only for the PTE students. It's one of the school's club.
Anonymous said…
Kembara PTE Rock Steady!!!
Kembara Club of PTEB said…
we on behalf of PTE Kembara Club would like to thanks kantalensa for making the slide shows for US =) to Zippy,its only for PTE students hehe...nice shots kantalensa!
We Rock!!!
AnakBrunei said…
Tks kids! Ummm... my name is anakbrunei, not kantalensa heheh
MingNa said…
WHOA!!! COOL SLIDESHOW!!! NICE PHOTOS!!! WOOT!!! Aku ada arah video anakbrunei's production. haha apakan x)

anyway, thanks man!
ika the kembara planner ;p said…
Woow Cool man! Thanks for the pics. Our day may not turn out well that morning but atleast we've got our pictures in anak brunei!! pteb kembara rocks!~
Dalila said…
Sheshh. Kamu kambang. If only I could come ehhh, ada ku tu dalam your slidfeshow ahhhh. Haha. Sasak!!
rafee said…
Kembara club of PTE said…
sorry2..we didn`t know ur name..we tot ur name is we r really happy wit da slide show...f we have another trip can u take our picture again?..yor shots were COOL..
Zy n Zai of Kembara Club said…
to Dalila..napa th nda ikut..we enjoyed it gurl..wawawa..nxt tym jgn nda ikut..

from:Zy(head)n Zai(asstnt) of food..
AnakBrunei said…
I'd be more than happy to photograph you guys in action! Very photogenic :) So let me know of your next outing. Just click on the email icon. Cheers.
Anonymous said…
We are Family....Don't give up!!!we are one....^-^

From:Marul(Hod keselamatan),Supi(uztaz k dua),Midah(bendahari),zahar...N others..AJK kembara 2007

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