Friday, 16 May 2008

Dusk at Bagan Hailam



A beautiful and calm dusk greeted us at Bagan Hailam at Port Klang. Hope you enjoy this photo as much as I did while I was there.
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16 comments:

Old Wom Tigley said...

What an exquisite view this is... we can only see its beauty but you felt it.. thank you for sharing.

Louis la Vache said...

Absolutely breathtaking sky! Perfect for Sky Watch Friday!

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Suzi-k said...

Oh THANK YOU for sharing this, it is so lovely, those rich deep blues on the water take my breath away!

Gary said...

Absolutely stunning shot. Well done.

Gary

Scotty Graham said...

great shot!! Enjoyed your blog.

Cheers,

Scotty

Anemone said...

From the very first moment I clould see that this picture was from Asia. Never been there, but as my mind can imagine, and from pictures from tv...

Nice weekend wishes to you, from Norway.

Abraham Lincoln said...

Very nice photography. You captured the sunset just right. I love this photograph.

quinttarantino said...

Those rich deep blues on the water are breathtaking ... well, to be honest ... the whole photo is fantastic!

SandyCarlson said...

I love the blue violet here. Gorgeous.

dot said...

Beautiful colors in your sky!

Rose said...

That is sure a beautiful scene.

alicesg said...

JC, this is a lovely sky watch. Very beautiful scenery. I am glad you are into skywatch too. :)

chanpheng said...

Beautiful photo. I like the other photos on your blog too - a great cross section of life and sights around your town!

We have a lot of activities for Vesak (or Visakha Puja). At night time, after listening to a sermon, everyone carries flowers, incense and candles around the temple three times.

John said...

Stunning shot. Well done.

Thiên said...

J.C., that is simply gorgeous!

Musings said...

Oh wow! This is another wonderful shot! Very well done.

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