This time around, I did not take a lot of photos, all in all, roughly less than 2 GB, or barely just a hundred photos only, as we were indulging ourselves with the celebration. Anyway, perhaps, these are the last set of photos.
The "infamous" girl photographers? Looking for their Romeo Razali?
Chimping over her LCD screen, making sure everything is in.
Everybody is busy doing their own thing, rushing here and there.
A heavy argument?
Some of the sponsored balloons.
One of the lady participants.
Time like this is considered to be a feast for the flyers/adverts distributers, sticking their pamphlet everywhere especially the car's wipers. If only they stick their flyers on Knight Rider, for sure they will be smooth talk by KITT.
Another ingenious way to place their adverts, "sure read one meh", as it is placed on the driver's
Finally, I'll leave you with this photo, are we ready for change? or Have we change? Can we accept changes? It is quite easy to instill new ideas to the infants, but can the senior citizen change their mindset?
As what the wiseman says, Change is inevitable, except from a vending machine.
And what I like to say," Hujan Emas Di Negeri Orang, Hujan Batu Di Negeri Sendiri, Ambil tah dulu emas di negeri orang, udah atu bawa balik ke negeri sendiri!"
It doesn't need a scientist to figure out what I meant by that, but if you really look deep into the sentence then you will agree with what I said.