“IN PHOTOS” is a series I will use to share many of the hundreds of photos I have taken during my travels. It is a series I have thought about for a while now, but did not want to start until I got back home from my trip. However after spending a week in Chefchaouen, Morocco I couldn’t wait any longer. “IN PHOTOS” will not have a set schedule like my “MUSIC MONDAY” or “PHOTO ROUND UP” series. “IN PHOTOS” will be a post with several photos with no limit. The only restriction this series will have is that it must be about a certain subject or theme. I will write a brief paragraph or sentence describing the subject or theme of the photos and then post the photos. I will not caption the photos like I do on my “PHOTO ROUND UP” with my thoughts. I want to use “IN PHOTOS” to share my photos and let you come up with your own thoughts about the images and hope you share them with me. I have also numbered them in case you want to leave a comment about a specific photo.
The iconic Petronas Twin Towers they are the symbol of Kuala Lumpur & Malaysia for that matter. They stand tall and proud in the concret jungle that is Kuala Lumpur. I didn’t know much about the city before arriving, and when I did make it here I was shocked. It’s so developed and honestly makes me feel like I am at home or in any major American city. I spent many of my days in Kuala Lumpur walking around and exploring China Town, Little India and many other areas of this huge metropolis, but my favorite thing of it all was the Petronas Twin Towers. They shimmer and shine shooting to the sky with the sun reflecting from them at every angle. I’m a city boy and have always been fascinated by skyscrapers and their beauty. These towers have it all… no matter what angle I looked at them I was in love. Not only are these towers some of the most beautiful I have ever seen they were also the tallest buildings in the world from 1998-2004. I spent a few hours in the middle of the day enduring the heat photographing the towers from every angle. I took so many it’s crazy, but here are some of my favorite. Have you seen these towers in person what did you think of them? What are some of the most beautiful skyscrapers you have seen around the world?
Hope you enjoyed the photos & I hope you share your thoughts below.
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