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ArtphotoasiA
01-19-2012, 12:45 PM
Hello forum!
No, Iím not missing in action :-)

I'm finally back... and as promised before leave I'm going on posting some of my last pictures I shot in Malaysia, after that Burma will follow.
I hope you will enjoy the photo trip as I did.

First of all I will start with some people in Kuala Lumpur... here we go...


1
http://www.artphotoasia.net/_sharing_2/_MG_11001.jpg

2
http://www.artphotoasia.net/_sharing_2/_MG_11003.jpg

3
http://www.artphotoasia.net/_sharing_2/_MG_11006.jpg

4
http://www.artphotoasia.net/_sharing_2/_MG_11013.jpg

5
http://www.artphotoasia.net/_sharing_2/_MG_11016.jpg


Comments and critiques always welcomed...
For the complete job, the story, and more details:
Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur (http://www.artphotoasia.net/blog/chinatown-kuala-lumpur/)

Mad Aussie
01-19-2012, 11:15 PM
You're sure getting around! I like the 1st shot ... the old man looks cranky! I wonder what those vials are around his neck?

ArtphotoasiA
01-20-2012, 04:56 AM
You're sure getting around! I like the 1st shot ... the old man looks cranky! I wonder what those vials are around his neck?

Hi, and thank you for the comment, no idea about vials... I mean some is a buddha image, no idea aboput others.

susan
01-21-2012, 11:05 AM
Nice series. The common theme I see tho - no one seems happy. Is that what you saw too? I love the colors and textures of the skin. So nice that you have the opportunity to travel and capture different peoples of the world!

ArtphotoasiA
01-21-2012, 05:01 PM
Nice series. The common theme I see tho - no one seems happy. Is that what you saw too? I love the colors and textures of the skin. So nice that you have the opportunity to travel and capture different peoples of the world!

Thanks for the comments Susan, actually they were not so happy and easy smiling like is in Thailand.

susan
01-22-2012, 10:11 AM
Thanks for the comments Susan, actually they were not so happy and easy smiling like is in Thailand.

I have to say, the shots are very editorial about how life must be where these people are. Was the area poverty ridden?

asnow
01-22-2012, 05:35 PM
I really like that first one of the old man

ArtphotoasiA
01-23-2012, 02:58 AM
I have to say, the shots are very editorial about how life must be where these people are. Was the area poverty ridden?

No no.. the country is quite wealthy...