I wish Kuala Lumpur has more open parks with lusher greenery, so that our option for photography would not be stuck with everything steel and concrete. In my process of digging older photographs (which at the same time I discovered the previous entry's fashion show photos), I came across some rare squirrel shots which I did. I think I must have just acquired my Olympus E-5, and I was using the much loved 40-150mm F3.5-4.5 telephoto zoom lens.
Even until today, I am still impressed at the sharpness of the Olympus 40-150mm F3.5-4.5 lens. It is cheap, yet very versatile, having wider than usual aperture opening for its price range, F3.5-4.5, versus all other manufacturer's similar offering of F4.5-5.6. Of course now I have the even better Olympus 50-200mm F2.8-3.5, but for some reasons I just could not let go of the older 40-150mm. I think it is the same reason as why I am still clinging on to the Olympus E-520. I know it is strange, but every time I picked them up, every time I saw the images they produced, I just had a hard time letting them go.