November 16, 2006

Petaling Street pt.10


Ganesha and his deity companions. Yes, there's a Hindu temple in Chinatown. That's what makes Chinatown so interesting. You get to experience the many cultures coming together to create this wonderful environment in a place I call home. If you wish to see some of the shots I took of this Hindu temple, please click this.

This is the end of the series. Thank you so much for taking this walk with me. I'm so happy you enjoyed it. It brought back many childhood memories. And there's more to be made.

ps. Thanks Karen. Thanks Myra. Love always.

21 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

So fast, the end of the series? What's next? :-P

Gigi palsu was the most interesting post in this series...

12:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thank you for this series Edwin....it was very nice!

1:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

aiyoh! there are so many great photos in the gallery. why not publish in this blog?

Thank you for the virtual walk around PS! (didnt show the dim sum places :p)

3:15 PM  
Blogger Carlos said...

Beautiful colors. I like the real tones in the robes and the lion skin.

5:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sculptures magnifiques.
c'est la fin de la serie, dommage,c'etait vraiment une superbe serie. merci

6:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


splendid sculptures. it is the damage, oddment, it was really a superb series. thank you

6:22 PM  
Blogger tr3nta said...

hey... long time no see... loved your last photos... difrent colors... may be just because your in a diffrent place... love the repetitions of watchs and purses... very nice... my eyes are pleased... hope to ear from u... bye.

6:52 PM  
Anonymous w said...

The name "Petaling" Street sounded so foreign to me at first. Now after 10 days of your nice photos, I think I'll never forget this place again - or the name. Great job!

9:59 PM  
Blogger Joel Reynolds said...

Wow - your photos have been great lately. I love the quality of the light in this one. Do you think you could tell me how you get your photos to be as big as they are on your blog? I always choose "large" when uploading them, but they aren't as big as yours - which look great at that size.
Any help would be much appreciated!
Thanks,
Joel

10:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How can you not love Ganesha? He always brings a smile to my face.

10:17 PM  
Blogger Kate said...

Ganesha is my favorite Hindu god. And, I think this photo is wonderfully clear and bright. I know why it takes me FOREVER to view blogs because all those links get me sidetracked. And, I enjoyed this one which gave me pleasure again to see some of the previously viewed photographs. Guess I'm just too visual!!

10:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lovely colours again! Yes, love the diversity in Chinatown!

12:45 AM  
Anonymous denton said...

The photos at your "click this" link are great. I especially like the temple ... I'm glad your series brought back fond childhood memories. I am surprised how many photos from around the world will trigger memories from my childhood even though I have never been their we all share memory triggers (for example chestnuts).

1:12 AM  
Blogger Pod said...

love these last three edwin. sounds like all the boys want you to help them resize!

6:58 AM  
Blogger Ame said...

Hey Sweets! LOVE this series...and in this shot, the colors are so "jewel tone-y!" And that elephant man is just a TAD scary! Hope I don't have bad dreams! I'm craving pisang goreng...what does THAT mean oh wise one?!? LOL! ;-) xo

8:10 AM  
Blogger Ame said...

You know? I just realized my artsy-fartsy eye already caught "jewel tones" in your shot a few days ago...guess they must REALLY be jewel-toney! Can you tell I'm into jewel tones...in fact, I just got a peacock VIBRANT blue streak of color in my hair today! Along with some more cupcake pink and the REAL blonde of course! Just HUMOR ME...I need a BEER! ;-)

8:13 AM  
Blogger Bunyamin Najmi said...

*waiting for the next series...*

10:28 AM  
Anonymous anis said...

Hey Edwin, I was hoping to see duck rice stall & stalls selling trinkets from Nepal in your series... :(

Love this PS series!!

10:30 AM  
Blogger edwin s said...

Ganesha always brings a smile to my face too :)

Kris and Anis, sorry about the lack of food shots in this series. But no worries, it only means I can go back one day and take different shots. As for the Nepalese selling trinkets, they weren't there.

How true Denton! It's a wonderful thing how people from around our world identify with each others symbols and stuff.

Poddy, if only boys here wanted me to resize them LOL!

Ame!!!! Yay! You and your 'jewels!' I have no answer for your pisang goreng craving but I think it calls for another streak in you hair.

Thanks for popping in guys. I'll be starting a mini-series soon. This series thing is fun!

10:52 AM  
Blogger Pod said...

naughtiness!

7:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

These Hindu statues feel so foreign to us!

8:04 PM  

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