CNY@Kek Lok Si, again.

After a short hiatus, I'm finally back to taking photos. I revisited the biggest religion supermarket(tm) in Asia to snap some CNY cheers there (they light up the temple like a fking bloody christmas tree every CNY). The first time I'm up there snappin' the CNY mood is the time when I just got my SLR (it's a Sony). Enough of flashback bullshits. I'm now a Nikon user and not very happy about it. Nikon suck donkey cock, period.

Anyways, it's like a SLR slug fest up there. Tens of thousands of I think there must be like 20-30 photog who yield a bloody tripod and a bagful of camera gears (battery chargers, blowers, lens tissue, lenspen, lens cleaning liquid, a spare body, a spare compact camera, USB cables, card readers, their Sony A230 user manual, etc etc) proudly totting their gear, blocking the path as if the whole fking place belongs to them. Time have sure changed. I still remember the "good ol' days" when only pros had something that resembles a camera with a fixed focal lens on, and these ppl, they respect the environment, never makes a scene like they own the baddest SLR in town. OK... I made up the last line... but I really think SLR users are a bunch of motherfuckers now. Especially those that took less-than-ordinary pictures.

Enough ranting, lets move on to those less-than-ordinary pix. =S

So many Gods, so little foods...

 Lanterns... *yawn*

'Tis the season of giving and sharing and be merry.

Guanyinmas riding on top of 'ya.


Look at big momma!

"How long do I have to mann this counter?Sigh.."

Lanterns again, *yawn*

Gives new meaning to "I'll be watching you"

Let's pay RM10 and make some greenhouse gases so Gods bless us.

Disclaimer: Though I might appear to be rather offensive to some particular religion, in actual fact I respect 'em religion lots. I do not litter, I *try* not to block others from enjoying the view of the temples, I pay my fking parking fee to the temple committee, etc etc.