Broga Hill ~ Second VisitPosted on Aug 24 in Jungle, Mountain and Waterfall, Malaysia Explorationby ShelynPrint
We were completely shocked with the multitudes. Easily more than 100 of them!
We reached there at 6:15 a.m. and the trail was already filled with crowd.
The scary crowd filled up the summit, seized all the possible resting spots, blocked all the nice view for photograph. DSLRs are everywhere put my T100 to shame. Apparently Broga Hill has become hot spot for hiker,s photographers, family outing and curious crowd.
A lonely hiker and a lonely tree.
It is in fact nice to know that there are actually a lot of early birds in Malaysia who wake up before dawn just to catch the sunrise.
Photoshoot just the sunrise is outdated now. Everyone does the same thing. No creativity, no artistry. So the couple in the picture below came up with a brilliant idea to swallow the sun! I was happily looking at them posing themselves for as long as 10 minutes!
Now I know why photography has become a prevailing trend.
Just in case you don’t know, or you haven’t read my previous post about my first Broga Hill trip, Broga Hill is different from most of the hills/mountains in Malaysia which are covered by gigantic trees and big plants. Due to the big rocks underneath the ground, only cocongrass (lalang) can grow in this area with the thin soil surface and hence, giving this a spectacular foreign view of lush green field.