February 4, 2011

A few more photos from Malaysia

Blue Sky © Evelyn Howard 2011

Cloudless blue sky…. over a papaya tree and power lines (a photo for skywatch)

Shadow of clothes lines © Evelyn Howard 2011

It has been cool lately (cool in Malaysia is kinda strange… it’s normally hot and humid) but the sun was shining yesterday.

Colourful clothes hangers © Evelyn Howard 2011

Having a play with colourful clothes hangers…

Shitsu toy dog © Evelyn Howard 2011

Oh, look at all the tall people. Dogs must  get tired looking up so often…This is Ollie, my brother’s dog.

Shoes © Evelyn Howard 2011

Outside the entrance of the house…. In Asia, people remove their shoes before entering their homes. Do you notice that this is also a common practice with Asians living overseas?

Have a nice weekend.


joco said...

As far as I'm aware, I have no Asian genes, but I have always done that, and so do all of us. Makes ultimate sense.
(I have brandnew trainer liners for those that want them).

Such fun views you made. The leaves on the lines like notes in a songbook, and the laundry shadows.

Anonymous said...

In Japan in the early 1950s I was introduced to the custom of removing our shoes before entering homes. I never did it when I got back home. But our grandchildren remove their shoes as soon as they get into our house.

Kim, USA said...

Your shots are pretty cool. I am Asian and do that too, lol!!
Sky Watch

Sadami said...

Dear Evelyn,
Beautiful photos, especially, colors and angles are superior. The post is fun.
Cheers, Sadami

Viola said...

Wonderful photos! :) And what a sweet dog! I like the photo of the shadows.. :)

Shoes to remove.. it's a nice habit.. Here in my country we use to remove our shoes in the small hall, before we are entering in..

Nice weekend to you! :)

Kaori said...

Are you in Malaysia right now? Looks like a beautiful afternoon! I love the shadows in your second photo :-D

Thanks for the comment on my last post! Trying to get everthing together for the move...hope you'll have a chance to come to Tokyo one of these days so I can show you around ;-D

Evelyn said...

Hi Kaori
Yes, am in Malaysia. I hope to visit Tokyo too :). Take care!


Evelyn said...

Hi Kim
No macro lens. I have 2 cameras - a point and shoot which I take everywhere, and a slighter bigger one: Nikon Coolpix P90. I cannot change the lens but it's got 24 times zoom.

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