It has been quite a few days since I stepped out of Malacca which I visited briefly during the weekends. I can't help but still daydream about it sometimes.
I was surprised that I did not take as much photo as I usually would on my travel, probably partly due to the reason that I have visited Malacca quite a few times this year, but also more importantly, I am getting more sure of the shots I am producing. There were plentiful more of hits than misses this time around.
This was the desert recommended by Jian, and first time trying it, I dare say it was darn good. I would have gone for two if I knew it was that good.
WATER ON THE ROCKS
It was really tricky getting this shot right. The problem lies in trying not to overexpose the water at the background, since it was reflecting bright lights from the jetty. Heh, forget HDR techniques, I prefer shooting the frame as it is.
RUSHING THE BALL
Apparently shutter speed of 1/1600 seconds is not sufficient to fully stop a tennis ball in motion. Gosh, how fast does the ball travel?????
LOOKING TO THE SKY
No matter how things turn out to be, like this loveable Lemur, I too, always look to the sky. I guess that takes me apart from many people surrounding me. Many do not see what I see in the sky.
If everything goes well, I am foreseeing more trips down to Malacca again in coming weekends, and I wont be going alone for the future trips. Gosh, I just can't wait thinking of the tennis sessions, photo-taking sessions, and yum cha sessions with beautiful people there.