Sunday, May 07, 2006

Wildlife Photography - Dolphins at Salak River

These images were taken by Ch’ien Lee, a professional photographer, who joined us for Saturday’s dolphin watching trip. Ch’ien Lee specialises in photographing rare plants and animals from the tropical rainforests of Borneo, Sumatra, New Guinea, and other locations in Southeast Asia. Check out Ch’ien Lee’s site at http://www.wildborneo.com.my/ for some excellent images of rare plants and wildlife from around Southeast Asian, including a range of photos from Sarawak.

4 comments:

FH2O said...

I was drolling over his camera and that huge telephoto lens ... or was that just drips from my paddle! ;)

y said...

Hi, came across your blog googling about kayaks and satang island tours. What amazing adventures and experiences you've all had watching those dolphins and going on boating and kayaking trips, those pictures of the dolphins coming up close got me tingly all over... just simply mesmerizing! hey if u guys ever do go about kayaking and dolphin watching again, is there's space for another day-tripper?

angelique said...

Hey Pesut,

I am concerned about these dolphins...Let me know if there is anything I can do...I would be interested in volunteering in matters of research and conservation to help protect these creatures. Please contact me at Getangelique@yahoo.com

rabitz said...

i want to know more abt the trip, contact me pls, my YM rabitz_21@yahoo.com.sg