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It had been a while since I had an outing with photonian. Two weeks ago on a Sunday, Max invited me to join a street photography outing at the Jonker Street of Melaka. There were 15 of us taking part in this event and each was required to shoot with only 50mm lens which was a challenge to shoot with a fixed range lens.
We started at 4pm, a hot afternoon and spent about 3 hours at Jonker Street and the other streets near to it, such as Tukang Besi Street, Heeren Street, Tokong Street and others. It was amazing and interesting to see how fellow friends could use a variety of different angles of a subject and created unique and creative pictures. Everyone could be a teacher for me.
This photography outing was a great fun experience seeing that we had spent a precious time together and could share our photography experience with each other. Some of the shots I took of the photonians:
Please support: the blood donation held on the 9th of May 2010 (Sunday) from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm at the BB Bazar of Bukit Beruang, Melaka.
It’s the eve of Chinese New Year 2010. Most Chinese should have had their reunion dinner with family by now and settling down for the count down of the first day of Chinese New Year. It’s a warm and cheerful night now.
May those we loved who just left us rest in peace and always be remembered. May we all be grateful of what we are having now and appreciate the people who are with us.
Happy happy chinese new year and Gong Hei Fat Choi. Before I signing off to count down, prepare to make blessing and pay respect to my ancestors like most Chinese would do, let me share some photos of the night view of Melaka town with everyone:
I hadn’t tasted frozen yogurt before, until my friend, Danny invited me to shoot his frozen yogurt for his dessert shop which is opening next week, 23rd of January on the 2nd floor of Dataran Pahlawan, Melaka (next to the old entrance of Carrefour).
When shooting the products, I had the chance too to taste the frozen yogurt with all the toppings available such as lemon, mango, peach, pineapple, kiwi fruit, hazelnut, peanuts, raisins, chocolate and many more. Danny will be using high quality yogurt mix from overseas.
Though I am a yogurt love, I never tasted frozen yogurt before. When I had the first sip of the frozen yogurt given by Danny, I was immediately addicted to it. That very night, I had 5 cups of the frozen yogurts. It tasted sweet, a little bit of sour, chilling, and of course refreshing and yummy yogurt taste. It also went well with different topping combinations.
I would strongly recommend it to my friends and will definately be there during the opening of Danny’s shop, Skinny Yogurt to snap some photos and yum, try again the frozen yogurts. Below are some samples of my shoots for Danny:
Find out more about Danny’s Skinny Yogurt on Facebook.