More pictures to share in Part 2.
Rain interrupted the fun on Day 3, but it was not long before people start to move back to the open space again. The rain didn’t really last long. It did caught me wet, as I ran for shelter to protect my 350D. Mind you, my entry-level DSLR isn’t as toughly built as the pro-levels like 1D Mk III or 1Ds Mk III.
Before the rain, I went on strolling around the Cultural Village, and I wondered to the Food avenue. People just relax over there, enjoying their food while enjoying the wonderful music at the background. They were even like having picnic by the lake side. (Is it even a lake?)
Can’t blame them if you find them drunk after the party. Such a huge Heineken there, it must be the sign!
I bumped into friends while I wondered off to this section, and not long after that, the rain started to fall. That’s when everyone ran for the big shelter just next to the performance stage. The performance went on, despite the crowd fleeing for roof that time.
Not long after, rain stopped, and everyone was back in the open space again.
Commercial time, Beer Ad. “It must be Heineken!” Heineken may have got a new spoke-person/brand ambassador in Borneo. Hehe.
So the fun resumed, and everyone had a blast. (I think!)
Well, so much for the text in this Part 2, I’ll let the rest of the photos do the talking.
More horns in the crowd. *cough*
So the aftermath, muddified feet!
Some people even looked as though they just came out from a mud wrestling match!
One of my favorite photos that night.
See more of the photos here in the gallery.