Work schedule is NOT looking good for the coming month. I dare not even think of what stretches beyond that.
I had to cancel a family pre-arranged gathering (last Friday). Everyone was practically waiting for my return since I had skipped Chinese New Year and I have promised to come home to Kuching in March for the Chinese Ching Ming event. I don't think mum was particularly happy when I told her my annual leave was frozen and I was held back to work. Seriously, what work can be more important than family? I have even sacrificed my Chinese New Year holidays earlier this year so that I should be able to take a few days off for this once a year occasion. Nonetheless, whatever that has happened, happened and things do not look encouraging at all walking down this road.
This weekend, I finally found a little time, precious time to grab the camera and walk on the streets again. I spent the morning with some familiar street shooting partners in crime at Pudu Market. It was unusually bright and hot this morning. Did I have enough of a shutter therapy session to scratch the itch I have had for a while now? I do not think so. That will have to do for now.
All images were taken with Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II and M.Zuiko lenses 45mm F1.8, 25mm F1.8 and 75mm F1.8