with over 120 years of history, this Taoist temple is extravagant in its own ways. located just around the corner of the infamous Petaling Street, it's a feast for the eyes. i see red everywhere! the intricate gold carvings around the altars were hard to ignore, and i liked how people seemed calmer in here, compared to the hustle & bustle of the Chinatown -- just minutes of walk away.
such beautiful craftsmanship. couldn't help but think that this would be a stunning venue for a traditional Chinese wedding. we spent about 15 minutes here, just exploring & admiring the built, snapping away. i'm a fan.
sisters, in black & white motifs. this was the day my sister left after a couple nights of sleepover at my place. it brought back so much of childhood memories, for some reason. we haven't spend much time together since i was 15. it's been years.
in other news, K and i have decided to take our photography to the next step - lifestyle, family events, mostly portraits - and we're taking session bookings as we speak. i want to photograph life as it is, not just mine, but also others. it's an exciting time for us! photography is what i'm passionate about & nothing makes me happier than the thoughts of doing this full time! :)