Friday, 31 October 2008

Happy Halloween! And SkyWatch Friday!

Some scenes of Halloween from the One Utama Shopping Mall in PJ.

What are the Halloween scenes like in your city?


Oh my!!! I forgot that it's SkyWatch Friday! Only this evening as I was driving, I remembered that today is Friday!!! Gosh, time really flies. It's end of the week already! How can I forgot the anticipation of the arrival of Friday! I rushed home to get the SkyWatch photo below posted! I don't want to miss out on SkyWatch!

Below is a photo of the sky that I took when we were out on an outing to Tanjung Sepat, Selangor last Saturday. Tanjung Sepat is a fishing village on the southern coast of Selangor. We had the sun, the sea and most of all the delicious local food ~ noodle with kembung fish for breakfast, seafood lunch, yummy pau (buns) & local coffee during tea time, seafood steamboat for dinner & fishballs to bring home!!! Amazing small town with so much to offer its visitors!! Hope you like this coconut tree and clouds photo that I have here for all of you!

Happy SkyWatch Friday to all!! Wish you a lovely weekend ahead. Please visit Sky Watch Portal hosted by Old Tom Wigley to view skies around the world.


alicesg said...

Very nice halloween photos. Most over here dont celebrate halloween only expatriates and those in tourism business.

richies said...

I had no idea that Halloween is celebrated by anyone there.

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2sweetnsaxy said...

Those are fun Halloween shots. Have a fun and safe one. And the sky shot is very cool. I like the palm trees against those spotty clouds.

fishing guy said...

Sunny JC: That is a really neat captures of the sky and the palms.

Louise said...

The clouds make this almost look like a kaleidascope! Very cool. Love your Halloween stuff, too!

Gill - That British Woman said...

lovely photo.......

Gill in Canada

Arija said...

Nice coconut palms against that pretty dappled sky. Good shot.

Klaus said...

Beautiful Sky as backdrop to these Palms!
Well done!
Cheers, Klaus

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