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|
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