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Architecture & Dance – Part 1

Hi everyone. I am back to deliver on my promise to follow up on my Architecture & Dance – Prelude post. Here it finally is, Architecture & Dance – Part 1. All photos were taken at the PJ Trade Center, beautiful place and a-must-go-to place for any architecture related people.

If you might have noticed, I have revamped the watermark to a less intrusive one, reminiscent of the old watermark that I used to use. Anyway, hang around, more to come.

54 Comments
  • Cedarville Wedding Photography
    Posted at 23:43h, 31 October Reply

    these are excellent!!
    love the black and white, and those walls are amazing.
    nice work,
    Jordan

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 23:49h, 31 October Reply

      Hey Jordan, thank you very much! Yea, those walls are amazing, makes everything surreal.

  • iminuru
    Posted at 23:57h, 31 October Reply

    Nice photos

  • Gareth Thyer
    Posted at 00:42h, 01 November Reply

    Awesome shots. What a great setting. I love the silhouettes.

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 10:08h, 01 November Reply

      Thanks Gareth, awesome architecture shots you have there!

  • tbyeong
    Posted at 13:47h, 01 November Reply

    I like the story you want to tell through the photo …

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 22:42h, 01 November Reply

      thanks tb, thats what i always try to do

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 13:56h, 01 November Reply

    by far the most elegant and beautiful shots you’ve taken! AMAZING.

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 22:46h, 01 November Reply

      aww thanks, please leave down your awesome name next time will ya..

  • tianchad
    Posted at 22:39h, 01 November Reply

    First 7 photos and the last 4th photo looks most awesome for me =)

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 22:47h, 01 November Reply

      thanks tianchad!

  • Charlie McDonald
    Posted at 01:27h, 02 November Reply

    Very pretty photos 🙂 You take care with your compositions 🙂

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 13:19h, 02 November Reply

      hey charlie, yes i always mind my compositions.. great lighting stuff you have there on your blog!

  • D...
    Posted at 05:00h, 02 November Reply

    Absolutely beautiful my friend. And good gravy is she flexible. 😀

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 13:20h, 02 November Reply

      Thanks D! lol yea, being flexible is a tough job but someone’s gotta do it? 😛

  • S
    Posted at 20:00h, 02 November Reply

    🙂

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 20:03h, 02 November Reply

      lol.. thanks i guess, samantha?

  • Passon
    Posted at 14:26h, 19 November Reply

    Not long ago i discovered your blog and have been reading along. I was thinking I would leave my initial remark. Nice blog. I’m going to maintain visiting regularly.

  • Papi Jare
    Posted at 17:14h, 22 November Reply

    very astounding photos! love the 1st and 6th photos. 🙂

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 17:28h, 23 November Reply

      Thanks Papi Jare, will update more soon!

  • mikb
    Posted at 14:02h, 09 December Reply

    WOW! awesome work man! these r good… really really good!

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 23:22h, 09 December Reply

      hey thanks man!

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 16:53h, 23 December Reply

    bro …. jari2 kaki penari tu askit takk……… just asking

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 16:53h, 23 December Reply

    sakitttt takk…

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 23:48h, 23 December Reply

      lol.. i guess tak sakit? Cause the shoe is quite thick on the front.

  • Audrey C
    Posted at 02:25h, 29 December Reply

    NICE ! 🙂 im an architecture student and a dancer! 😀

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 11:16h, 29 December Reply

      Oh I didn’t know you were an architecture student lol

      • Audrey C
        Posted at 02:16h, 01 January Reply

        haha! yeap! I’m studying in Taylors Uni 🙂

      • Gary Ng
        Posted at 20:12h, 03 January Reply

        I see, that’s great!

  • 96arley
    Posted at 01:02h, 21 January Reply

    This is an incredible series. I love it all. I’ve only just started following you, what part of the world are you from?

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 15:06h, 22 January Reply

      Hi thanks! I am based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 🙂

  • locogorilla
    Posted at 01:04h, 18 April Reply

    Great Pic No. 1 and 6…. very nice…

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 11:07h, 19 April Reply

      Hi locogorilla, thank you very much! 🙂

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  • Michelle
    Posted at 20:50h, 20 August Reply

    Beautiful!

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 13:45h, 21 August Reply

      Thanks michelle 🙂

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  • Prem
    Posted at 09:15h, 19 September Reply

    Your photo’s have made Pj Trade Centre look amazing. Really nice. Great job.

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  • FRVision Photography
    Posted at 05:46h, 18 November Reply

    Amazing collection of pictures Gary!!!!
    Congratulations

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 11:47h, 18 November Reply

      Thanks! Fantastic photos on your blog too!

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  • zeitlauf
    Posted at 16:36h, 26 January Reply

    Great work!Fantasitc lighting, specialy that one that you made your blogs header.
    Thx! Peter

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 19:06h, 26 January Reply

      Thank you Peter!

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