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TWO MOUNTAINS PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT

富士山 / Gunung Kinabalu

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June 2014

Preview : FINDING BOBOHIZAN by Nadia Mahfix

                © Nadia J Mahfix 2014 Nadia has returned from Sabah following a ten-day stay at the foothills of Mount Kinabalu. We are currently going through her images, doing the first edits. Her... Continue Reading →

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Journey begins by Flanegan Bainon

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=znCz31d7S5Y

Day 9 Finding Bobohizan. — at Kg. Kuai-Kandazon, Monsopiad Penampang. 'Looking at origins of the Bobohizan' http://www.dailyexpress.com.my/read.cfm?NewsID=1198

Travelogue Pic Day 7 by Nadia Mahfix

Day 7  En route from Kundasang to K.Kinabalu

Day 6 View from the Bukit Ular trail — at Kinabalu Park, Mount Kinabalu

Day 5 — at Kampung Dumpiring Bawah, Kundasang, Ranau, Sabah

— at Sinurambi Kundasang, Ranau, Sabah

Kaguya-hime, The Moon Child and the World’s Oldest science fiction tale.

Just like Mount Kinabalu, Mount Fuji (Fuji-san) located on Honshu Island, is the highest mountain in Japan at 3,776.24 m  (12,389 ft). The peak can be seen from miles away and is an active volcano, the last eruption being in 1707.... Continue Reading →

KINABALU : Kina Balu, Aki Nabalu, or Ki Nabalu?

Here's another essay on the possible origins of this revered mountain which, according to the writer could be a Kadazandusun word meaning 'Place of the Dead'. Thanks to Flanegan Bainon for the research from the Kadazandusun Cultural Association. http://kdca.org.my/archives/68

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