What is in your mind?
As, you can see from my profile or “about me” page, i am living in Malaysia right now. Unfortunately, my passport still not red. hehehe
So, here is another story about Malaysia.
Have you ever heard Central Market? I know, it is really famous among Malaysian even some foreigner who ever came to Malaysia.
ASI = (f/8) (1/800) (200) by Nikon D90 50mm 1.8lens
How to come here?
It’s really easy actually. You can take LRT (some kind of public transportation) from KL central to Pasar Seni LRT station.
Oo, one thing. I am really sure that you will bring your camera (if not, money sure..hehe). Please, before leaving the Pasar Seni LRT station, after leaving the LRTrain, take your time to looking around. There are a lot of beautiful spots worth a shot.
ASI = (f/8) (1/800) (200) by Nikon D90 50mm lens
ASI = (f8) (1/500) (200) by Nikon D90 50mm 1.8 lens
Even, you still can find the Twin tower. but actually i failed to shoot the Twin, only one tower. hehehe
Okay, then if you go under the station, you will find this art
In the end, let me quote from Karl Lagerfeld
“What i like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce.”
Bukit Bintang is a famous place (street actually) in Kuala Lumpur (KL), Malaysia. For detail, you can google it. hehehe.
Many photos have been published to expose this busiest street in KL.
One of favorite spot is from the Monorail station. Here it is.
monorail is a kind of public transportation. Ow come on. You know about it already. Ok, so, no more talk, hehehe, just let me show you The Monorail
Well, have you ever came to Malaysia? monorail is really worth a try.
Would you like to share anything about Malaysia?
Actually this isn’t fur, right? hehehe
This is the first collection in the beginning of my photography journey.
This photo was taken in front of my house, while i tried to understand my new camera Nikon D90 (i bought it second hand with kit lens 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 in the middle of May 2012 and i spent 1800 ringgit Malaysia).
ASI = (f5.6) (1/160sec) (200)
So, what do you think, guys?
There is a park in Kuantan, Malaysia. We call it, Taman Gelora. I managed to shoot photo of Nymphaea or Teratai (in Malay language).
I used 50mm f1.8 and this was the first time i tried this lens. By the way, i borrowed this lens, not mine. hahaha
So, i proudly present to you….jreng….jreng…jreng…TERATAI. HEHE