Scales

Scales

(1/60, F2.8, ISO400, 47mm)

This is the first photo from Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia!
As I don´t have an internet connection at home yet, i will respond and look around your blogs when that arrives…

This has been such an interesting place from the first minute we arrived.
Although Spain is dearly missed and there´s so many photos in my archive that want to be posted (and will), it is so different from the culture, climate, environment and people in this place that fortunately there is no comparison.

This photo was taken at the Thean Hou temple on a hill southwest of the center of Kuala Lumpur. It is the gold dragon entrance door with the reflected lights of the small enlighted prayer towers inside.

Thank you all for all the interest shown and nice words,
hope to get back on the blog-track some time soon…

16 thoughts on “Scales

  1. This is gorgeous! I love your use of color in your images-it is so rich and sumptuous and I also like the energy-it looks like the dragon is ready to turn at any moment-you do not need to see the entire animal-you just sense it- I am really looking forward to seeing what you find on this new adventure of yours-Cheers!

    • Thank you very much, Meg! These chinese temples are so unbelievably colorful it was nice to wander around and see what wanted to become a photo😉
      Your support is very encouraging, thanks for that, hope you have a great xmas, greetings, Ron.

    • Thanks very much, hope the transition wasn´t gonna to be to big for the viewer apart from all the Spanish shots still to come😉
      Happy holidays, Ron.

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