Monday, July 25, 2011

Bon Voyage Melissa! And spending some time @ KLIA

Dear Melissa,
Big girl now heading off to Mangalore, India to study Medicine.
Moi missus's with her family, Mark and Mum.
Sa: You should know by now. Whenever there is a camera in my hand... you better be prepared for candids! :P
All ready to depart.
Hmmm... I wonder what these 3 are looking so interested at?
But where there's an Iphone, there's entertainment to be had.
Your last dinner in KL for now... @ Secret Recipe, KLIA. And the good thing about this outlet? Same prices as those in KL! Yay! Boo for McD and other chains that charge you extra for eating at the airport!
Even with food presented, the Iphone is still tops in terms of attention grabbing.
No Mark. You don't have to be so vain. I'm not taking your picture. You're just in my way! :D
But when you want to EAT this chocolate mannequin...
The above is the check in counters, labled from A to M (I think). Wide and airy, so that gives loads of space for people to walk around.
Melissa with her uncle who came all the way from Ipoh.
I'm sorry, but where are you going again? Singapore? KK? Oh... I see, it should be Bangalore... Point higher up laaaaaaa...
Beyond the Check In counters, past the eateries, you will come to this stretch of a lonely corridor. So where does it lead too?
This shows the floor below us where passengers heading for domestic terminal remains on or if you're heading for international, you would board a train to head on out to your departure terminal.
And this is what I mean. Sort off. The train lights, read goes underground and continue to head on out. Funnily enough, that I was concentrating so much on getting the red lights (back lights of the train), that there is a corresponding white light on the other side of the photo. What a coincidence to give this image some balance.
A view of the domestic boarding terminals.
This is no intention of mine. No tripod, so I had to place the camera on something and as the glass and ledge was sloping, the images I was taking wasn't coming out the way I wanted. So, my lens hood was used to flatten or give me a flat surface for the lens to lie on whereas the body of the SLR continued to lie on the ledge. Since the glass is sloping at around 45 degrees, you will get reflections and boy, am I happy over THAT reflection. It draws your attention downwards, towards the parked planes.
From all of us here in Malaysia, all the best with your studies and enjoy India!

The End.

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