Photos from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia by Kaykuala
To commemorate those fallen in the 3 major conflicts of WWI, WWII and the Emergency. Some
Caucasian tourists busy snapping away that morning
The National Monument
This National Monument was specifically in honor of the security forces (Police and Military) who died during the Emergency (1948 - 1960) Created by Felix de Weldon who was also the creator of the Iwo Jima memorial
The Central Market (facade)
A wet market now retained as a heritage structure It was converted into a center catering for tourists
who desire to purchase goods and souvenirs
Central Market (inside)
Items for sale are cultural in nature catering for both with expensive tastes as well as those
who prefer souvenirs. A Caucasian couple who happened to be there shopping when Hank snapped
Central Market - Artist at Work (inside)
It includes also a number of artists' studios.This artist was working on a portrait when he obliged
Hanks's request to snap this picture
A Jogging track that surrounds a man made lake in Hank's neighborhood. For those more
adventurous a jungle trek is also available closer to the jungle fringes.
Mini Par Course
Otherwise one can make do with a Mini Par course adjoining the lake area
The foot paths in some other parts of the City not too far away can be quaintly chic and friendly
One of those that are having lots of greenery
This week I am sharing some photos that Hank (Kaykuala) shared from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I will be sharing more of his photos for the next two weeks. From what I have read from Hank over the years, Malaysia seems like a most interesting and beautiful place to live.
Be sure to visit Poets United Monday to see what Sherry Blue Sky has planned to share. Will it be a featured poet? A featured blog? Or a featured poem?
Glad to see there is always a great turn-out for Midweek Motif. We hope to see you this coming week for another challenging prompt by Susan Chast! (And, ha, perhaps many of you have noticed that if you look at one week's prompt Susan gives a clue about the following week's prompt as well, so you can get a head start.)
And on Friday, remember to see who Rosemary Nissen-Wade features on "I Wish I Had Written This" or "The Living Dead."
Again: I issue an invitation here to those of you who participate in Poetry Pantry. If YOU have special photos that you would like me to feature some week, let me know what kind of photos you have. There are participants here from many different cities, many different countries. I think it is great fun to see different areas featured. I am especially interested in scenic views of your area or an area you have visited. Send inquiries first to firstname.lastname@example.org letting me know what you have. I am interested in city or country views - in your home area or places you have traveled.
Come back a few times on Sunday and Monday to see what's new. Visit some strangers, and they will become new friends! Making new friends and reading new poetry, what more could one want?
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