My toes and fingers felt as if they were frozen… and I was already wearing socks and gloves. What a contrast to the hot, humid beach weddings of Langkawi, Malaysia. The moment I stepped into the town of Cappadocia, Turkey, I felt as if I was transported back a few hundred years. If you haven’t traveled to Turkey before, do make this location a must-see place on your list! Some of the places you must see – the fairy chimneys of Pasabag, Devrent valley, Uchisar, Goreme open air museum, and Derinkuyu underground city. Today’s our last day of shoot, and then we’re going to be relaxing, enjoying a hammam, and doing some shopping before heading home for sunny Malaysia! Here are some teaser images from Cappadocia…
Since Alex and I don’t really want to miss out on the action, here’s a silly shot of us as well!
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Gosh, it’s soooo breathtakingly beautiful! :D
And while you both were dressed in your somewhat-winter clothings, the bride was wearing only a sleeveless gown! Or maybe they’re used to the weather :D
She’s extremely brave and somehow seems to brave the cold very well. Perhaps the drive for better photos keeps the goosebumps at bay?
the bride is VERY BRAVE! You 2 are wrapped up like eskimos and she’s in a strapless gown!
i loike the last shot :D
jangan campak grace bawah gaung alex just because she asks for extra $$$ for a wardrobe change.
hari sayang isteriku sedunia
Ikram, hahaha that is such a funny comment! He needs me to earn the income… so he won’t be throwing me anywhere!
Priscilla and Pelf, yes she was brave indeed! Sometimes I forget that it is freezing and go on for 10 minutes at one go… there was once she was standing really far away, and when she came back, I realized she was shivering!! My bad!