we had steamed prawns, Chilli crabs and sambal kankong.... plus deep fried mantou (ala deep fried buns)
See how happy Goddess was eating and SUCKING on the prawns?
Goddess: Eh anyone know how to suck the head anot?
What a BIG ... err, prawn she has!
How much did that spread cost?
we paid about $60 like that... the prawns were quite sweet and big... the aunty says they caught it from their kelong... wanted to order deep fried baby squid but they sold out... :< I Loves Deep Fried Baby Squid...
Prawns were big..... but when placed in her small hands and small mouth, they look even bigger lol!
Last edited by tainted; 4th January 2009 at 02:56 PM.
Sounds about average.... how many crabs were there? 1 or 2?
we had 1....a bigass female with eggies :3
i didn't eat much cause my stomach gets funky if i take too much seafood
I think the lady quoted us about 26 a kilo.... it was fun though... picking out the crab... but the mantou~~ i love deep fried mantous....
sad right? all that cycling gone to waste, cause when we returned to Sg we went to makan dinner at Dynamic indian restaurent...
yah lo yah lo!
we wanted to hail a cab back... but they wouldn't take our bikes.... end up got to cycle all the way back to pasir ris.... and it was really strenuous too cause it was late, I need a shower before catching the last bus home....
our cycling always ends up in vain cause we always end up eating something sinful after that
my calves muscles are more developed now though
Actually the thighs too......
might get a firmer butt too...
I'm not sure about Nikon users, but on certain Canon bods that I tried it on, it's fairly predictable (10D and 1D ser). My friend has used it on his much older D60 and it was also fine. I'm not sure about modern bods like the 50D or older 40D.
I've used split-screens with the central AF point selected as the spot-metering area, and it was supposed to be really really screwed-up, but when I tried it, my metering was consistent.
There IS an exposure shift, because the split wedges does cause a certain amount of diffraction of light, but as long as it's consistent, it can be reliably compensated for, and in Canon bods like the 40D onwards and 1 ser cams, there is a custom function to set for this.
O HAI...............i'm home.....
tonnes of photo awaiting me to screen thru and edit.......
hai hai leongggg