January 11, 2007

another tourist attraction


Here's something you'll see if you were at Tasik Titiwangsa. The blue-roofed building is Istana Budaya, considered the national theatre by many, a white elephant by everyone else. You can guess with side I'm on. From a distance you see the the most recognizable towers. What you can't see is the person who took this shot...me :)

I don't have a shot of KL for tomorrow. I do, however, have a shot of something I attempted yesterday. An experiment with water. Can I have your permission to post it as a KLDP picture?

10 Comments:

Blogger Olivier said...

la photo est superbe, le reflet est magnifique.
je vois pas pourquoi tu ne pourrais pas la valider comme photo de KLDP.


the photograph is superb, the reflection is splendid. I do not see why you could not validate it like photograph of KLDP.

12:57 AM  
Blogger Zsolt72 said...

the reflection makes the photo so calm and peaceful!

2:21 AM  
Blogger Ming_the_Merciless said...

Of course. With your talent and expertise, I would be curious to find out what the experiment is.

3:56 AM  
Blogger Victoria said...

Tourist trap or not, it really makes for a striking reflection. And I'm curious to see this "experiment"!

5:34 AM  
Anonymous ruth said...

Of course, be my guest.

Edwin, I love this photo. For one thing, aqua blue is my favorite color. And I love how the white in the sky so beautifully outlines the reflection in the water. It is really stunning.

6:10 AM  
Blogger Pod said...

no edwin, you dont have my permission. you must not do it!!;0p

6:15 AM  
Blogger lynn said...

Yes of course! I do that too when i haven't got a scenic photo. It's at least taken IN KL isn't it?
Love the reflections in this one.

8:39 AM  
Blogger Ame said...

EDDIE BABY! The same thing you've done to ME! Made me GILA & HAPPY! LOL! ;)

Love this shot...the color's just so damn romantic!!! And the reflections? Can we TALK!!!

And look at that LEVEL horizon...amazing! Tell me you used a tripod!! AAAAAAAAAAAACK!

;) xo

11:22 AM  
Blogger edwin s said...

Ok, I'll answer Ame's question first. No tripod dear. handheld shot this one. Bless daytime light :)

Yeah, the reflection made this shot. That's what caught my eye. I wanna got back when the sun comes out. Gonna be dark and dreary for the next few weeks.

Ming, thanks for the great compliment. I'm just doing my best in learning to use my camera.

Poddy, why why why?

1:17 PM  
Blogger Keropok Man said...

Are you performing anything at Istana Budaya anytime soon? :-p We shall organise a worldwide DP support to attend your show!

1:37 PM  

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