Friday, 11 July 2008

Twilight at Bagan Hailam's Temple



This photo was taken after our dinner at Bagan Hailam, a fishing village near West Port Klang. There is a beautifully-lit Taoist temple across of the restaurant and the sky was gorgeous.

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13 comments:

Steve Buser said...

Those crisp blues are stunning.

alicesg said...

Very lovely photo. Love the night view, very quiet and peaceful and the water calm. Nice place to relax.

Lara said...

wow, what great colours! a great photo!

Anna said...

I really like this. The lights reflecting on the water are really pretty.

Jerez said...

One word, exotic!!! I love exotic!!

Steven and Aisha said...

I love the blue color of the photo. Such a great one!

Louise said...

The blue is fantastic. So vibrant!

Bibi said...

I don't know if I will ever get to your part of the world, but your photos have "sold" me on your city. Stunning colors; great photo.

quinttarantino said...

Amazing colours!

Alexander said...

This is a very unusual and special temple. I've never seen one on waters before. Great shot and thanks for sharing.

Have a good weekend.

Alexander
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AnneKa said...

Hallo from north Norway. Last week I saw all Sky Watch Friday photos and they were all great, and I hope to see them all this week too. I love to travel around the world this way.

Thanks for sharing your beautiful sky watch and have a great weekend!

Kala said...

Thank you for all your kind comments! You're way too nice! Your photos are also very vivid in color and nicely captured! I have to do more research where exactly Subangjaya is located on google maps! Thank you once again ;)

Thiên said...

I love this shot very much J.C. The blue is beautiful in this light.

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