I sleep around 5AM. Does that mean taking jetlag into account, I’d be sleeping around 8AM?
It is a midnight I spent with Fiona Apple.
It is not special because it is the day before Valentines. It is a day I burned bridges.
It is something I should have done a long time ago.
And I like the feeling of sleeping late, because when you are tired you don’t feel so conscious everything seems a bit more realistic.
I know it’s nothing big, but honestly, for almost 3 years of studying in Klang Valley I never took this place too seriously hence I never dropped by.
For what it is known for, the Chinese New Year decoration is pretty much like a Chinese restaurant without pork.
I thought I should have hanged around a bit longer.
After climbing through fences, sneaking through guards, leaping over drains and crawling through sewages, We got to this place… minimalism at it’s best, not only the menus are printed on plain white(??) paper, it wasn’t even stapled.
Does anyone think slow spinning ceiling fans look VERY nostalgic?
Also note that I am not sure if I took all the shots! We kept passing the camera around.
I haven’t been able to find time and/or wi-fi to blog, I stayed in KL for ten days without realising.
It was all really random, Wei Xiong texted me 12 plus, asking if I am interesting in shooting Thaipusam for fun and I was only given 4 hours of notice, but what the hell, I turned up anyway!
It was really exhilarating for me, I never really shot stuff like this, the closest thing was my trip to Chiang Mai during their lantern festival but I was really really new.
It was really exciting to shoot Thaipusam, you get a lot of emotions and people generally don’t mind photos being taken, at least from what I experience
or did not.
Climbing up the stairs was not tough… bearing the smell, definitely was! This trip really showed me a lot limitations in my camera… I was however totally fine with just having just one lens for the day.
Personal favourite of the day.
Just like Wei Xiong, I don’t think I am ever going to do this again… My first and last Thaipusam shoot!