Beside, I just found my good strength in photography.
Ok, enough of my blabbering. Time for the main news.
Exactly 3 days ago, fast forwarding ahead by 2 hours, there was an activity which had racked up more than a hundred students whom are locals and internationals, which is the mooncake festival in our uni.
Was hectic, but fun. The whole activity main objective it to promote our local and also Chinese festival towards international students who have no idea what it is all about. Beside, its also the delicacy we have.
Least to say maney enjoy the activity abit the mess we made.
Oh well, as usual pictures!
Thanks to nerdrazor for borrowing me his cam, and prime lens. Regreted not getting the external flash from rollakid.
10 mins after that....
Choir Club warming up and having a last rehearsal.
Wasn't taken by me but nice shot.
AJ stealing the food.
Still having rehearsal while the others prepare the stuff.
30 mins after that, done!
DIY lantern for the crowd.
Starting in 5! Gosh, look at the crowd.
Shot from outside the auditorium.
Our pianist/keyboarder was bored and she took out her rubik cube. Miss playing those stuff.
Yieng posing for the cam while working.
The crowd inside.
After all the crowd was inside, our Mcee: Johnson welcome the guests and told them the history behind this celebration, but in his version...
(he moved around so much , 20 shots were all blurred out, this is the least blurred out one.)
Then, it was time for a game/competition. Girls and guys were splitted up and a roll call was made, and thus, groups were formed.
While they were building their lanterns, the organising committees were busying attaching the candles on the lanterns.
Sea of candles and lanterns
Handiwork of the guests
Love this one. Has a story itself to be told.
Johnson calling everyone to go outside and get their lanterns.
Evil Empress posing
They went for a stroll around the campus:
Meanwhile, inside the auditorium...
When the crowd at last came back...
All of them rush for the food.
Yieng pouring drinks.
What do you call this?
Bored, so he stole our pianist's rubik cube and tried to solve it.
Cannot resist macro shots.
So much leftovers!
My friend there "ta pau"*take away* the most.
They were bored, and decided to do something at SWATwolf, another photographer
Overall, it was fun and tiring.
Thanks to nerdrazor again as I had a change to actually utilize the camera but sadly, cannot fully utilize it as wasn't used to the camera.
Another thing, will be attending a charity event at Civic Center this coming Sunday. If you're going, lets see if your shot will be here. Hahaha.