Kids having a relaxing time afloat at the beach of Gertak Sanggul
Enjoying the night breeze with music and friendly chatter in the air at Kim Haus.
A much welcomed rain in an otherwise scorching Sunday afternoon at Queen Street, George Town
Catching up on the day with the family next door - a day in the life at the floating village of Chew Jetty.
A popular place for delectable Thai food by the beach at Teluk Kumbar.
A lady checking out one of the beautiful murals adoring the walls of a heritage home at Balik Pulau. The mural, titled "The Old Fishermen" was painted by Julia Volchkova in 2014 - and has remained one of the most iconic depiction of the little known local community of the suburban Penang Island.
A char koay teow hawker having a light moment with his faithful customers. Such camaraderie that is built upon many years of relationship is getting increasingly rare as the younger generation now live in a built environment that inadvertently fragments the society. There is hardly any meaningful connection that can be fostered among the people who are sharing the same public space but are always on a constant rush to get somewhere.
A view from the old dilapidated wooden jetty that used to serve the fishing community of Gertak Sanggul. It looks out to the sea area which has been earmarked for the reclamation of three man-made islands that would irrevocably change the face and the dynamics of Penang island as we know it.