First half of this photo excursion is here.
We were so caught up in the photos by that tree, it wasn’t until when Kristine told me that there was a monkey to my left. More and more they gathered, I freaked out and quickly snatched up my props, bags and tripod. They were like a hoard like a scene gone wrong like Planet of the Apes but monkeys omfg I expected them to attack and snatch my things away at any moment! They interrupted our nice tree location (because seriously, it was just lots of monkeys POURING IN FROM NOWHERE NEAR OUR TREE), we had to move. And THEY FOLLOWED US. WHILE WE MOVED. They freaking followed us, trailing us with their tails up in the air behind while Kris and I walked quickly down another path and me constantly looking behind us to check the situation. Horrible. Monkeys. After we wandered far enough to be sure they had gone, we continued until it was time for Kris’s haircut appointment. Then we realised her keys weren’t in her bag. We went bonkers for a while, thinking that the monkeys took them, then found them at the tree before (the monkeys were gone by then, but that didn’t stop me from being like a deer being hunted on the lookout for MONKEYS).
I quite like the shadows and complementary reds x greens from this one! Sadly we didn’t get to use any of our props because of the monkeys. I blame the monkeys and mosquitoes, the only hindrance of the park being a perfect place for shoots. Belatedly realising that in grassy parksy areas in the West they have deers. In Malaysia we have monkeys.