I've always wanted to photograph this place. The three level hills and mountains along with the straight road have captivated me for years. Not seen are the paddy fields on both sides of the road. Maybe one day I'll return to shoot again with my Nikon :-)
PS: Next time I'll drive further up to find a flatter part of the road so it will not look cut off again as in this picture.
I have a colleague that is very interested in photography and she is about to buy her first digital camera, so I brought my Nikon today for her to try it out. We went shooting nearby and this was my favourite photo of the lot. We had a lot of fun :-D
My friend's favourite kopitiam located in the heart of old KL. I could see why, the food was delicious as well as affordable~ He also mentioned how peculiar it was to catch the place empty and presented us with a great opportunity for photography :-)
The quiet Kuala Lumpur Station at night. The middle platform was undergoing renovation when I was in the city last November. It was inconvenient to have to walk the extra distance to the ticketing station at Dayabumi, but it was great exercise nonetheless :-p
KLCC was the number one place I wanted to visit in Kuala Lumpur. When that wish came true, I used to hang out there every weekend just sitting at the park admiring the gigantic architecture. During my vacation to KL last year, I spent some time at the park paying tribute to the good old times. I still love the place :-)
PS: I still couldn't get all of the building into the frame even though I was shooting from the furthest end of the frontal park with an 18mm lens heheh.
The Sylvanian Family line. There used to be a shop displaying them in their full glory (click here for an example from the official website) and I enjoyed admiring them every time I was at Suria KLCC. Unfortunately that particular store no longer exists and to my knowledge the line can only be bought at Isetan KLCC. I picked up a squirrel one for my best friend :-)
I really like the old world charm of lomo photos. This picture was taken in low light, which probably explain the colour cast. It was the only picture in the roll coming out looking like this. Bonus points for the film flaw at the cat's foot :-D By the way, the Kodak Gold 200 is so inferior compared to Fujifilm Superia 200. I am not going to buy Kodak again >_>