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Click Click! 024: Dissecting a Moon Cake from Beginning…

"Moon Cake in the Tin Can" F2.5 | 1/80 | ISO 160

Every Wednesday of the week, I’ll share with you my moments of Photography in this Blog: “Click Click!”
-Just a simple guy with a camera

Last week’s Mid-Autumn Festival has passed, 09/22. I hope everyone enjoyed their moon cake, or have said “Happy Moon Cake day” to their Asian co-workers or friends. Generally  speaking, no photos of festivals as they usually take place in August (I missed them). We actually celebrate and eat Moon Cakes in August. How awkward?

Have you tried a moon cake, today?

Moon Cake – a typical moon cake is a baked pastry with lotus paste inside which may or may not include egg yolks  (1 to 4 yolks).

I’m going invite you to a photo journal from my perspective in enjoying my moon cake from beginning to end. Happy um *munching* and *clicking*. More after the break. 

"My Moon Cake" F4 | 1/125 | ISO 100

1. After un-packaging the moon cake from the tin box, I unclothed one out of the four moon cakes shown in the above photo.

"Quarter" F3.5 | 1/200 | ISO 100

2.   I cut a quarter of the moon cake with a knife, and let that one quarter slowly melt in my mouth. See the texture of the egg yolk and the smooth lotus paste in the cake.  I also guess one quarter is good enough for me.

Photo Challenge (10/13/10): Produce a HDR (High Dynamic Range) landscape photo.

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