Whenever I go back to my hometown in Jerteh, a small town in the state of Terengganu, Malaysia I will never forget to capture whatever that catches my fancy especially a scene that I can no longer find in the city where I now live. I was attracted to this scene of two siblings standing at the window of a typical wooden village house. They looked very shy yet not intimidated by my camera lens aimed at them. I clicked the shutter when I could get eye contact from both of them. They were actually looking outside from the window to watch people slaughtering animal for the Eid Ul-Adha festival and I was glad I managed to divert their attention to my lens for a few seconds.
Photographer: Mat Zain Abdullah (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) Registered
Zain Abdullah is a Malaysian self-taught photographer who enjoys taking pictures since he took up the hobby in 2003. He has fully converted to digital since 2008 and is now using Nikon D80. Some of his photographs have been published by local as well as international magazines although he still prefers to remain as a hobbyist. He loves shooting architecture, people, street scene and landscape most. More of his photographs can be found at his website and his photo blog as provided below.