Neighbourhood Shapes in Kuala Lumpur

Sonja's Photography Folio

I spent the day wandering around exploring a neighbourhood of Kuala Lumpur away from the city hype. I was really attracted by the influence of the architecture, repetition of line, and how these lines and shapes dominate the eye-line. Whether it’s through a soaring skyscraper, a highrise apartment block, ground level houses or furniture, the shapes and lines have a definitive impact upon how we see things.  I used black and white images to highlight this effect. If you enjoyed these these photos then comment below or click ‘like’.

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Desert Break

Edith Levy Photography

Earlier this week I posted a Black & White portrait of a rider and his camel. (You can see that post here). Clearly this duo fascinated me because they made such terrific subjects. Don’t you love how they’re both looking in the same direction…again 🙂

Have a great weekend everyone.

Click on the image to see a higher resolution version (it really does look better) or to Purchase a Print.

Petra, Jordan, desert, camel, rider, portrait, travel photography

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Fun Photo Friday — Time to Reflect on Sydney

R. Doug Wicker — Author

The Sydney portion of this post was originally scheduled for an earlier date.  Alas, that conflicted with my Halloween short story.  So, I’m combining today’s last Fun Photo Friday look at Sydney with our goodbye to Nouméa.

For this first part of today’s Fun Photo Friday it’s time . . .

Looks to be about 20 minutes past March Looks to be about 20 minutes past March

. . . to reflect . . .

Reflecting on Sydney Reflecting on Sydney

. . . on Sydney with one last look.  Hope you enjoyed the tour.

Part two presents one last look at at Nouméa with some of my favorite photographs from there:

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