Monday, April 27, 2009

Make Sense

I posted a few of these Lonely Planet photos on Shrimp & Petroleum, but they're inspiring enough to share here as well. The images are so rich and alive, all five senses are roused into overdrive as you scroll through. Kuala Lumpur is certainly not lacking in energy—or eye candy.

33 comments:

Joyce said...

The city skyscrapers reminds a bit of the space ages. Very neat- continue to share. xoxo

Vanessa said...

Wow, Courtney, look at the adventure you're living! Not too shabby, huh? Amazing, I'm glad your experience has started off so great!

Stephanie said...

Wow ... these are amazing. I love the surfers. It looks like sensory overload.

allie in g'town said...

I am totally sucked in to the wave pool picture.

Karen said...

BEAUTIFUL! What an inspiring place to live in. That fabric market is to die for!

jae said...

You're right...these are inspiring. The surfers really surprised me.

bungalowbliss said...

Gorgeous pics! What a beautiful experience you guys have stumbled upon.

Carolina Eclectic said...

Geez, what an amazing place! It would probably take me an hour just to walk down the street, by the time I stopped to stare at everything.

The Beauty File said...

These are unbelievable! Gorgeous pics. The picture with the lizard on your head is my favorite though. LOL

Sara Christine said...

WOW! What an amazing opportunity to live in such beautiful surroundings. Your photos are gorgeous. Post more! :)

Julie said...

what great images!

Courtney said...

Carolina: Looks like you'll have to come visit and put that theory to the test :)

Sara Christine: Goodness, wish I took pics this lovely!! These are from Lonely Planet, which I linked to in the test. You should see the rest of them! And there's a great video too.

Mama Shujaa said...

What a beautiful blog! Thanks to Blogs of Note and Congrats to you!

deniselaborde said...

Whoa! Eye candy is right! What happened to Frog Porridge? Didn't make the cut? LOL.

kle said...

beautiful photos!

Health and Skincare Information said...

Wow, i love the photos, Very beautiful

Idayu Ali said...

Hey!

I know you're not new anymore
but I think it wont be too late for me to give a warm welcoming

welcome to Kuala Lumpur!

^_^

bloggergal said...

Wonderful pictures,I am photographer in my own right, and I see beauty in those photos just as you have said. Defently worth looking at and thank you for sharing,Defent eye candy I say!

Samantha said...

beautiful pics!

Expat From Hell said...

There are parts of that life that I totally miss. Thanks for putting up these photos. Isn't that a wonderful part of the world? Keep up the good work - glad I visited.

ExpatFromHell

{lovely little things} said...

The colors are amazing, it looks so wildly exotic compared to Seattle, if I ever venture to SE Asia, I'll be sure to drop in.

Kirti said...

My God...gorgeous pictures! I'll be following you!

abhi said...

Excellent !!!!!!!!

paopao said...

very good

jooli said...

Beautiful pics. I must be more thankful to be living in KL. Love your blog.

Nino said...

Great shots. It reminds me of my time in Malaysia... keep up the good work.

Kristy - Where's My Damn Answer said...

Amazing photos. Can't wait to hear more about your adventure :D

kelly said...

the lanterns blew my mind! awesome!

mrs boo radley said...

You're there! I've not checked in for awhile. Love these photos. So much to see.

Take care!

greyskymorning said...

inspiring blog..

i'm Malaysian but currently further my study in Indonesia..

your pic make me miss my multicultural country..

afah said...

..welcome to malaysia...come to the east coast when u have the time..where the pace is slower..snailpaced..and the colours richer..and the people friendlier..visit Trengganu and Kelantan...yes..come to Bachok..

CW said...

wow, i love the pictures. i wish i had a camera to do that stuff, but then again, if i did i would probably never use it! your pics of kuala lumpur remind me of israel, just with more sheets above instead of walking around. :)

amanda e said...

you made Malaysia look so interesting.
fellow Malaysian here too and I wish I could really see my homeland as I see it through those pictures. the one thing i love about Malaysia is the unlimited supply of food. food is in every corner you can find. and the Petronas Towers are amazingly beautiful at night.hope you're loving your stay here!