She was referring to the giant alphabets ravaged by the flood waters. Watching the fast flowing and swollen Pahang River is both hypnotic and scary.
Among the small crowd of silent onlookers was a local fisherman standing on my other side. He explained that the overflowing of the river was the main cause of flooding at the riverine town. It didn’t rain that much, he noted.
The mighty Pahang River is the longest river in Peninsular Malaysia and Termeloh is a stopover town for the tidal rush from the mountains during the monsoon of the North-East.
Beginning as the Tembeling River at the Titiwangsa Mountains near the National Park, it merges with the Jelai River in its journey to the South China Sea.
Sony Alpha a7R, ISO 1600, f4, 1/250 sec.
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