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Kampung Pictures Daily Yellow - Batch No. 5
Yellow - Batch No. 5 PDF Print E-mail
Written by straits-mongrel   
Wednesday, 06 July 2011 21:52

RESPONSE to the Yellow Pic Fest has been so encouraging, the original page has started to get unwieldy. (You can view it here). We've decided to post up subsequent batches onto new pages. Here's the selection from today with contributors as far away as Norway!

Keep them coming! Tomorrow you'll see that the Geng Itik Kuning has new company :)



Lone burp: While the two elder itik kuning scout for more locations, Baby Itik has some cheese cake courtesy of Griffith's in PJ State.



Sodium rays: Reflection of Chinatown shophouses bathed under the sodium streetlights after the rain.




Pisces in yellow: Tropical fish getting curious with the camera. Pic / Charmingangel (Terima kasih, sis!)




Look who's watching?: "Yellow faced soft toy that keeps my daughter company." Our good buddy, Rev Sivin Kit sent in this picture from Norway where he's doing his post-graduate studies. (Terima kasih, bro!)




Origami fun: Paper boats folded by children in the Women's Aid Organisation shelter. They used old WAO brochures for this exercise. Pic / Michelle Yesudas (Terima kasih, sis!)




Can't miss: Emergency phone set in an apartment complex. Pic / Michelle Yesudas




Golden offerings: Paper luxury items ablaze during the Chinese Qingming festival. The practice has been in place since the days of Ancient China. Pic / Charmingangel




Yellow pollen puffs: Detail of an August Rain Lily flower (Zephyranthes candida). This common grass-like plant is actually a bulb and can be found in many landscaped spaces.




Yellow plastic container: "They're pretty and remain functional after initial use." Pic / Sivin Kit




Payung: Bring it on, rain or shine. Pic / Pair-o-Nikons




Market cheer: Bright yellow wall at the PJ Old Town market. Pic / Pair-o-Nikons




Let the sunshine in: Window detail of a dwelling in the coastal town of Kuala Besut, Terengganu.




Things I need before I sleep: "Winnie the Pooh soft-toy posing among living room deco." Pic / Nave (Terima kasih, bro!)




Recycled: From milk cartons to fruit container. Pic / Pair-o-Nikons




Dusk calm: Day is done - an aerator floats calmly in a fishpond at the former royal town of Jugra, Selangor. Acres of former swampland along the edges of the Sungai Langat have been developed as fish ponds.




Sikat demi sikat: Combs of banana hang from rods in a fruit-seller's shop.




Steel pirouette: Emergency exit at a building in the Kuala Kubu Baru Hospital in Selangor. Utility can be beautiful yo!

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