Friday, 17 October 2008

Sky & Skyscraper


While walking along Jalan Tun H.S. Lee in KL, looming above me were skyscrapers! Just as I looked up, I caught the reflection of the sun coming out behind the clouds on the glasses of the building. What a beautiful composition it was to me!

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



15 comments:

Saretta said...

Fantastic photo...good job!

JM said...

Great perspective! Awesome shot!

alicesg said...

Good photo for SWF. Yes, many tall buidings now in KL. There's so much changes in KL. You wont believe it, the last I went before my recent trip to KL city was 30years ago (not including Genting Highlands)....lol. Now I sound so old...lol.

JennWasHere said...

I love the perspective of this photo. And we could see parts of the sky in the skyscraper, too!

Mine is posted here and here. Hope you could drop by, too! Happy weekends!

kbguy said...

hi, great photo from the concrete jungle. ha ha..

Hilda said...

Fantastic capture! And a dizzying, wonderful angle!

Happy Sky Watching!
I posted a photo of a canoe Among bigger cousins for my entry.

Pagan Sphinx said...

Yes, the angle is interesting and the reflection of the sky on the smooth glass building really make the photo.

AphotoAday said...

Bet you have a sore neck after that one... Great composition...

Lily Hydrangea said...

what a great great shot! That is so cool that the sun came out right when you were there ready with your camera!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

That's great! nice angle.

Arija said...

An absolutely stunning skywatch photo. Congratulations!

babooshka said...

Absolutley awesome image.

Jeannelle said...

Oh, yes....what a great photo op this was! Good eye! Greetings from Iowa, USA.

Laura ~Peach~ said...

wonderful photo!! love the elephants above too!

Anak Dokan said...

It's really a wonderful shot. I like it.

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