November 24, 2006

phallos 2


Here's another bank. I like this because of how the brighter side of the sky is reflected on the building while being framed by the coming storm.

Denton asked about the differences of the banking facilities and procedures here in Malaysia. I'm not a whiz but here's a link to the Central Bank of Malaysia. It should give you an overview of how separate Islamic legislation and banking regulations exist side-by-side.

On a darker note, my friend Candice said that KLDP's last few pictures reveal my sexual frustration. It's much more than that my dear...much more. Read the papers lately?

12 Comments:

Anonymous jing said...

great shot!
and so impressive view of this tall building.
:)
and i noticed that the blue sky's reflection on its top part.
nice colours!
jing

www.shanghaidailyphoto.comL

3:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, what's in the papers?

You want to be a soldier in Iraq? Maybe a sectraian bomber? Please don't take out your frustrations that way.

Or more domestic news????

3:26 PM  
Blogger midnitebara said...

sometimes I miss them "tall , glass edifices". You wont see them here in my town, so thanks for posting this photos.

4:20 PM  
Blogger Pod said...

whats in the papers?
great photo. very dark and looming

4:52 PM  
Blogger edwin s said...

hey guys, I added a link to the daily paper i read. It's so hard to swallow and what makes it's difficult is that I'm part of a theatre company that does socio-political satire and we can't find anything to write about. The new show is in january. Everything just seems so trivial.

5:06 PM  
Blogger Ame said...

Sorry you're a little melancholy Eddie...don't believe the papers anyway...it's just written by journalists who are just out to impress! And I'm sure you're not the only one who'd be validate by posting shots like yours...it's not a perfect world by far! HUGS! ;-) BTW, great shot!

7:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, oops - sorry, missed your paper link.

Hugs from Sydney to you, sweetie.

9:26 PM  
Blogger Lisi said...

Leobrota, one thing I notice is that at least KL has got some space around tall buildings like this, in HK, it just tall buildings seamlessly...

3:23 AM  
Blogger edwin s said...

Yes, I'm glad for the space we still have. But in a couple of years it's gonna be cramped. We'll see.

Ame, you really know how to cheer me up. Madness begets madness ya?

Keep smiling everyone. It'll make people wonder what you're up to.

11:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's one of the online papers I read almost daily too! :-)

9:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How this building catches the sky's green/blue/grey light is a source of wonder to me. How we could cheer you up is another question that leaves me high and dry. Sweet thoughts from Sydney, Edwin!

9:29 AM  
Blogger Nathan said...

That is beautiful architecture and a great shot of it. The lighting seems perfect. Love your photos.

10:20 AM  

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