After an interesting eye-witness account of how coffee is processed and roasted, we headed toward the famed "lover's bridge" jetty located at the quaint seaside town of Tanjung Sepat.
The sun was already beating down on us relentlessly by now at high noon, creating unsightly harsh lighting and shadows. It was high tide for a moment, and less than an hour later, the water receded 100m outwards into the sea.
GSK just had an event at City Golf, Bangsar Shopping Centre. I was there for an earlier meeting with the owners to discuss about the upcoming shoot of the newly renovated golfing centre.
After the meeting, I provided a quick coverage of the event to produce pictures of the guests mingling and interacting within the interior spaces.
I made a trip down to Tanjung Sepat last Saturday with two primary purposes in mind. Catch a glimpse of the famous lover's bridge and get up close and personal with coffee. I've read in the papers previously that Tanjung Sepat is pretty well known for its coffee. They cultivate and roast their own coffee.
The first thing that caught my eye was the roaster. It was hot as we neared it. They were feeding the roaster with firewood from one end while a large mechanized stirrer swings into action, whipping up misty clouds of smoke.
I had the privileged opportunity to photograph the fencers/members of the Kuala Lumpur Fencing Centre last Saturday. Being curious of this much overshadowed sport compared to soccer or badminton, I jumped right in on the chance to see this activity up close.
Instead of dropping by at their main centre; Sole to Soul Dance Studio in Taman Sea, I ended up at their second branch in Kelana Jaya as there was an ongoing class then.
There has been this bird's nest which was made not too long ago behind my house. Unfortunately, it has been abandoned once the babies were nursed and all grown up.
I witnessed the initial stages of its construction, which grew from a lump of loosely-put-together dead leaves, twigs and straws of dried grass to its eventual shape of a dried cocoon.