March 20, 2007

childish behaviour

Hmm... At press time, only 4 people commented on yesterday's picture. I usually don't concern myself over the number of comments I get per image but yesterday's shot I consider one of my finest. And I'd like to hear some praise. I can only wonder. Maybe,
1) It's boring
2) people are tired of seeing the Towers over and over again
3) no one had the time to go online due to busy days
4) KLDP is on it's last leg (time to retire?)
5) You're just bloody jealous!

Whatever the reason, I'm posting this shot today. Taken with my handphone, in the kids department of Isetan. It's not Playdoh. And it bounces when it's rolled into a ball. So there.


Blogger Chris & Deb said...

Looks like these children are absolutely absorbed!
As for yesterday-I thought for a long time about commenting, but you've taken other shots of those towers that (at least for me)possessed more drama. In fact with one of those shots I believe I mentioned that it was one of my top two favorites of yours (the water drop still commands the #1 position though!!
KLDP better not retire!!!!

10:10 PM  
Blogger Kate said...

This is an appealing shot, but I prefer yesterday's. There's really no rhyme nor reason for kind and amt of comments. Week-end comments usually are quite sparse; perhaps everyone was too tuckered out from celebrating over the week-end to do much on Monday. Keep 'em comin'!

10:34 PM  
Blogger dijah said...

This picture with the children in it is so adorable.Its been a long time since I've played with those type of stuff.For a 13 year old,I like to escape from books and notes and just have fun but,people think I'm so mature.I guess I'm just a bit too serious in stuff.

-Yesterday's shot was awesome!really liked it [really,I won't tell lies!]I'm never bored of the Towers eventhough you post them a million times because its always at a different angle and every shot is never the same one-


11:22 PM  
Blogger photowannabe said...

These kids look like they are really into it. I think I would like to play there too.
Don't retire, you have great posts.

2:34 AM  
Anonymous kris said...

definitely not no.4!!!
honestly, i'm no. 2 :))))

but this is a fun photo!

6:33 AM  
Blogger edwin s said...

Ok. No more Twin Towers pictures for the next few months (maybe a year). I find the buildings fascinating but I see how some may get bored looking at them.

But I'm announcing it now, KLDP will retire. A lot of my pictures don't really show off the city and it's becoming difficult because I'm concentrating on more abstract stuff which I hope to compile into an exhibition.

Who knows really? I wish I was a kid again :)

3:59 PM  
Blogger Nathalie said...

OK, I'll put myself half way between 2) and 3)

If you retire Edwin I won't blame you because I know how demanding a CDP is - I only hope that you'll keep blogging and showing your stuff in a different way so we can keep in touch with what you're up to.

Having said that, despite its less than perfect quality, I love this fun shot tody. Feel like being a kid again...

7:39 PM  
Blogger Mandi said...

Wow that stuff looks like great fun. My daughter would go mad over it!

9:05 PM  
Blogger Keropok Man said...

eh eh, betul ke? belum tua lagi dah nak bersara?

gua pun sudah letih.

btw, my answer is 2) oops sorry... ;-)

2:49 AM  
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12:39 PM  
Blogger Ming_the_Merciless said...

I was too jealous to bring myself to comment on it. I'm still jealous! :-)

12:40 PM  
Blogger Icarus said...

Yesterday's, like today's, tomorrow's and the day's after (with or without phone-cam) all brilliant, in their composition, variety and execution. Your ability with any shape or form of photographic appliance can only amaze your friends and aggravate your enemies - if you had any *smiles*.
There, feel better now? Actually, Stewie ain't that good at ego-stroking, LOL!

11:56 PM  

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