Saturday, 19 January 2008

Friendly Strangers



I was at the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple (old Seafield Estate) this evening and met some friendly faces there. This photo shows the florist whom I bought some chrysanthemums from. I asked her permission to take her photos and she gladly agreed. A few of her friends came forward too and we had fun taking some photos at the temple!

Malaysians are truly friendly people! Even though we have just met, but everyone warms up to each other after a few exchange of words! I am glad to have met these friendly strangers this evening! They made me feel so welcomed!

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You Make My Day Award

Alice of Alice Singapore Daily Photo Blog surprised me this evening by giving 10 bloggers (including moi) the "You Make My Day" Award!! This is the first time I have been tagged for an award! Thanks, Alice! You are one of those bloggers who make my days with your regular visits and comments!!! I would like to tag you again but it would be more fun to send the Awards to more bloggers and keep the spirit of DPB going and going and going!!!

The award rules say: "Give the award to 10 people whose blogs bring you happiness and inspiration and make you feel happy about blogland. Let them know by posting a comment on their blog so they can pass it on. Beware you may get the award several times.

In honour of this award, I will abide by the rules and pass it on to 10 dedicated bloggers of Daily Blog who have in one way or another inspired me and made my days by sharing their love of photography through their photos, sharing the tales of places, people & lives in their cities, visiting my website ~ leaving behind motivating comments that drive me to shoot more photos to share with all of you here & make me believe that someone would read my blog! And most of all, it is for your love and dedication in blogging that you have been chosen for this Award!

The "You Make My Day Awards" go to:

  1. Shanghai Daily Photo - it all started from your blog, Jing!
  2. Kuala Lumpur Daily Photo - I see the other side of KL through your lens & wit, Edwin.
  3. Singapore Daily Photo - your regular visits & comments that makes blogging worthwhile, Keropokman.
  4. Mumbai Daily Photo - enjoy your beautiful photos of daily life in Mumbai, Slaint, Mark & Stacie.
  5. Bangalore Daily Photo - for the colourful lives in Bangalore as depicted through your photos, Rajesh.
  6. Mindless Mumbai - for the interesting tales of Mumbai and student lives there, Kunal
  7. Seguin Texas Photoblog - your warm comments are always a welcome & I love the friendly smile of your photos! It exudes the similar warmth as your comments, Thiên!
  8. Auckland Daily Photo - for bringing scenic Auckland to me daily, Lachezar
  9. Bogor Daily Photo - for your enlightening photos of Bogor & its people, Alaya, Gagah & Andy.
  10. Brookville Daily Photo - for your dedication in daily blogging earns my respect, Abe & Patty!

To all the winners, you deserve the "You Make My Day" Award! Wish you all a great year of blogging. Let's keep it going!

10 comments:

Mike said...

Just fantastic colours.

BgDailyPic said...

Friendly and beautiful people!

alaya said...

thanks for the award :) you make our day too...

alicesg said...

You are welcome, JC. I enjoyed reading your blog. :)

Rajesh Dangi said...

Thanks for the encouragement, Makes my day too!!

Greeting's from Bangalore Daily Photo...

edwin s said...

terima kasih JC. bes gila!

Isadora said...

That is nice to be surrounded by friendly faces.

Neva said...

A great photo.

lachezar said...

Thanks for "You Make my day" award! Much appreciated.
It is an extreme satisfaction whne people respond in a friendly way to the camera. Great colours and capture!

Kunal Bhatia said...

Can you believe that I just stumbled upon this post! More than two years after you blogged it. Nevertheless, thanks a lot for the award. Greetings from Mumbai.
- Mindless Mumbai

"Use your first smile, your first form of generosity, of love, of kindness—use it at home; start at home. And if there is something left over—if … your plate is just full of abundance of patience and goodness and smiles and joy, then by all means, you should go … and offer that to others. But we must begin at home." by Dr Robin Smith