Apparently, I went to Merdeka Square the other day with a big smile on my face as I was all excited thinking about things that I’d be shooting, you know how much I love street photography, don’t ya?
The journey kicked off at 2-ish pm from Puncak Alam, Selangor and we reached KL Sentral at almost 4pm. Had our late lunch there and rode the famous MRT for the first time. One thing that made our hearts went all excited was the operation of the MRT was guaranteed with 50% off for every ride until the end of the August, as a way to commemorate Malaysia’s 60th Birthday. Thank you Malaysia!
We hopped on the train at Muzium Negara Station and get off of the public transport at Merdeka Station, which is two stations away from the latter. We decided to stay on foot making our way to Dataran Merdeka/Merdeka Square as we didn’t know what are there to offer along our long walk heading to the square. Plus, my street photography experience would be super awesome if we did this way. At least, when I stumble upon a great architecture or awesome reactions of random people or street, I’ve set myself to be readily on the go – just click on and release the shutter anytime I want.
Following the Google Maps app which is readily installed on our smartphones, things could never get better.
Cameras used: Canon Powershot and OPPO A37f smartphone
A wanderer never gets lost. He or she only could value him/herself more today than what yesterday’s worth.