Syawal in Kota Bharu

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One thing that happens to me all the time and happened again was – “I should have taken more pictures!” Although most of the time I stick to my principal which is “biar gambar sikit tapi semua berkualiti” but sometimes I just wish I take more.

It becomes more and more challenging to update my blog as far as time is concerned. And procrastination cannot be tolerated. Not even once or else it will spread like a virus and for all you know, it’s been 2 years since you last updated your blog.

For the first time ever, I felt like this was the busiest Syawal I have ever had so far. From day 1 to day 6 non stop visiting, meeting family and friends and open houses. I had to squeeze in a little time (sacrificed my evening nap hehe) to go to PCB because one – it is compulsory. Second – Medina wanted to play kite and third – Maisarah wanted to eat colek. Luckily I have my two helpful sisters who were always there to help whenever Maisarah and I needed the most.

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri everyone!

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2 months I left my blog unattended and yet, a set of photos I’m showing here is all I have for Aidilfitri this year in Kelantan. Can you believe it? Neither do I. The good thing though, I socialized more rather than taking pictures. The only reason I could think of LOL.

Went back to Kota Bharu on 2nd raya and had 3 open houses to attend. Followed by 3rd raya, another 3 open houses. I could only imagine my stomach already had a “stomach attack”. Anyway, good to see family members, friends and other relatives.

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I hope it’s not too late to post some photos from Eid considering today is the last day of Syawal. I have been wanting to post it a while ago but this is what happens when you let procrastination takes control. It’s really really bad.

I would like to share the importance of personal work. There’s no other way to be better but practice, practice and practice. You need to go out there, explore the world and be inspired. When you always sharpen your skills, you are able to see things clearer. Background, lights, trees, people, details, exposure, composition and more. I sacrificed tons of film just to experiment and see what will happen if I do this and that. Indeed, it costs you a little but consider that as an investment for your personal skill development (at least that’s what I told my wife, I think she bought it). As you go along, there will be more and more to learn.┬áBe more alert to things around you.

This set was captured on Fuji Pro 400H.

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