THREE days ago, my new laptop had arrive to my door step. It's pretty good looking, but not as smooth as my old one. I was quite surprise that it didn't took 4 weeks as it was stated on the website. My father bought a Dell Inspiron 1420 for my 18th birthday present, I was supposedly to get a brand new Canon EF 24-105 f/4 USM L lens! But because I made my mistake, I lost it. Of course, I get to customize the machine myself.
Anyway, I drove down to Putrajaya again yesterday, the highways were pack and some parts took me 20 minutes to get out of that area. Parking, was hell in a hand basket, but I got a pretty spot that I could leave without getting stuck in the jam. But you know what? It was all worth it, the fireworks presented by team Japan during Merdeka (Independence) eve was absolutely stunning. I never seen anything quite like it, I mean, I never seen fireworks so big and massive and powerful filled with energy. If anyone who lives in Malaysia didn't get to go there, or wasn't interested, then I have to say that you had lost a very great opportunity to witness a miracle. Some fireworks reminded me of the atomic bomb during World War II, especially that last rocket explosion. The Japanese sure have their own very original style.
This is about the 3rd time in my photographic life taking fireworks, and every time gets better and better. On the 2cd of September, there will be another firework competition on the same place by team Canada, and it's the finals!!! It must be even better then team Japan (I hope)! And i'm going back there again.
*My apologies for the ugly watermark