There’s three young-schooling-blogger-dslr-owner-and-photog-lovers together on a Saturday evening. It was before the start of the food blogger gathering at Edelweiss Cafe which is located on Lebuh Armenian or literally known as Armenian Street.
The street has a Chinese name and we, local call it 椰脚街 (mandarin:ye2 jiao3 jie1) or Ea Ka in hokkien which means the leg of a coconut tree.
It was early when we arrived there and the ‘we’ I am mentioning are myself, Alvin Yang and Yiphing. So, we went for a little walk along Armenian Street, it is a nice little street with a lot of old colonial building and there’s a Tua Pek Kong temple too which I have visited it for several times this year.
It’s a gang of young DSLR user and there’s two Canon machine and one Sony machine. I love Canon, I am happy with it even though Sony’s Alpha is getting cheaper and more powderful.
We didn’t get into the temple because there’s a little dinner held in its compound. Although it’s still open to public, we didn’t want to disturb those inside, they were celebrating the birth of God Tua Pek Kong.
That was a quiet evening. Not much car passed by, it’s like very peaceful neighbourhood. Wishing that I can have a little shop house there, broken all the walls inside to make it spacious, have a little New York style interior and I will be glad living in such place.
As years goes on, the value of these shop houses will go up because it’s part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lucky for those who are already staying there.
I was bored at some times and I saw a lamp post or a pole. Climbed up like a monkey and I took some shots.
Georgetown has a lot of nice place to take photo. I think I am gonna plan my year end holidays activity, one of which will be a walk to all the UNESCO World Heritage listing site and then I am gonna take photo until the memory card goes burst. Hohoho.