In Kuala Terengganu people break their fast after the sound of the ‘bedil’ in the Ramadhan.
There were ‘bedil‘s on the 2nd day of Eid until 7th day of Eid too.
On the 5th day of Eid, my dad took me to Bukit Pak Apil in Kuala Terengganu to watch ‘bedil’ shooting.
First we have to wait for the sound of ‘dup’.
Then we started snapping lots and lots and lots of photos as the ‘bedil‘ exploded in the sky into a gigantic umbrella of colourful lights right above our heads.
Then the umbrella turned into tiny sparkles of lights like colourful rain drops and faded into tiny umbrellas of smoke.
We went there again on the 6th and 7th day of Eid to snap more photos.
It was very, very hard to snap the photos because we have to aim at the right spot of where there the wind would blow the ‘bedil’.
We also need to snap at the right moment before the beautiful ‘bedil’ faded into umbrellas of smoke in the sky.
We also had to squat down fearing the loud sound made us jump and fall down the cliff.