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You have managed to snap a photo of the KL Petronas Twin Towers with one tower powered off and the other on. This happens when the synchronization is wonky and usually lasts a few seconds. You either got a lucky shot or have too much time on your hands.

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20 Responses to “Achievement unlocked: Yin/Yang”

  1. Nice achievement there :p have an awesome Sunday !

  2. how come like that ah?

    • There’s a bit of a delay in the automated power down between the 2 towers – it only lasts a few seconds and I don’t know if it’s consistent…but I caught it that day. :D

  3. too free hor:P

  4. Really lucky! :)

  5. A rare pic. You certainly got lucky there or you camped too long to get this shot:P

    • It was pure luck. :)

      I caught the glitch coz I was outside smoking and taking photos and saw the one tower power down before the other. It just lasted a couple of seconds though.

  6. work there for years and never seen this. lol

    • I’m not sure if it’s a one time glitch or something automated that doesn’t synchronize, drifts and gets worse with time.

      I was just lucky to be there at that time. :)

  7. u very free ah

  8. So u got too much time on your hands? XD

    • I wish! It was a perfect sequence of events which led me to this shot…

      …now if anyone wants to see if it’s a one off glitch or something that’s going to get worse with time e.g. longer time between power downs of the two towers from a synchronization drift problem, I’ll love to hear from them. :D

  9. That’s a rare occurrence. What happened? They did not pay their electricity bill? LOL!!!

    • Heh! I’m not sure, I think it’s just a sync problem during the power down at night between the two towers. :)

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