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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

To whom I call friends. Including myself.

People say that a picture speaks a thousand words.

So, let these pictures speak that thousands of words before I put another thousands of words, hopefully the soonest.

CikPuanLawa and DrSinga

CikPuanLawa

Three of us

Yours truly



Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Sunset & Lightscape from KL Tower, Bukit Nanas, Kuala Lumpur

My friend and I went to KL Tower during one fine weekday for a sunset retreat, not knowing that I was going to shoot a hazy sunset.

My original plan was to shoot for light trail and lightscape of the city, but I was a bit disappointed to find out that the reflections of the interior was overpowering the scene that I wanted to shoot. But never mind, like my friend said, 'We cannot have everything we want right?'.

Yes dear, you are so right!

1. By the time we got to the top, the sun was setting down. But in haze. In haze.

2. Panorama view

3. Even if it is hazy please do not neglect the safety of your eyes.

4. The golden reflection of the sun on our pride and joy, the most famous twin towers.

5. The city facing golden moment

6. The golden sun in hazy evening

7. Dolls keychain

8. Some buildings has already lit up by this hour.
9. It's getting darker now...


10. Viewed from top - these building look like as if we are at the Miniland in Legoland!

11. Strong reflection disturbing my photoshoot

12. The city has been lit up

13. The city's lightscape and light trail

14. More lightscape

15. The darkened city

16. KLCC and Public Bank Tower

17. Ok. One last shot. 

18. Crystal-like ceiling, captured while waiting for the elevator to go down
Khalas. Time to go home.

But...is it possible for me to go to the topmost floor, where people do their base-jumping? So that I can get the most perfect city's light trail and lightscape?

Stubborn me, I know. :D

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Legoland, Nusajaya, Johor Bharu, Johor

I've been to Legoland as a consultant, as I blogged in this entry before. So here I put in the remaining of the photos which for me, are interesting to share.

1 . Inside The Knight's Feast

2. Interesting Medieval setting

3. Reminds me of Merlin

4. Cloudy sky helps during a site inspection

5. Little mouse

6. The Knight's Feast


7. Royal Joust

8. A hanging Lego model

9. Let's have fun and be safe

10. The Crow


11. Enter the dragon

12. Me. (gB). And the dragons.

13. The Flying little dragon

14. Very nice medieval setting

15. The path

16. Grass flower
Miniland

17. Mini Putrajaya mosque

18. Mini Putrajaya bridge

19. Mini plane at KLIA

20. Mini Angkor Watt

21. Mini Brunei Embassy

22. Mini Port

23. Mini Forbidden City and The Great Wall of China, still under construction

24. Elephants in front of Taj Mahal

25. Taj Mahal

26. Singapore riverside


27. Singapore Flyer

28. Merlion

29. Jalur Gemilang

30. LegoBees

31. The castle

32. CCTV

33. Roller Coaster track
34. Water feature
35. Lego figurine


36. LegoLady

37. Stairs going up
I'm planning to get an annual pass to Legoland early next year, because I know that I won't be able to finish all clusters in a single day. Much more worth it for me I guess. And why next year? I have the answer, but more to landscape-consultant-related ones. Till then, enjoy your visit to Legoland and don't forget to let me know if you are coming. Just in case we can catch up each other. ;)

For more info on Legoland, just click here.