Sunday, 28 September 2014

Most crowded cities of the world

Do you feel like you're living in an overcrowded city?
Crowded beaches and jammed buses? To help you feel what
crowded means, here are the most crowded cities of the world, some twenty of them:



Look at the maddening crowd at the beaches!
Yes, that's the one, I'm staying there. The one that has a national flag hanging at the window.....No, that's not a flag, it's a washed sari hung there to dry.
Housing is a main concern for city dwellers,
apart from transport.
The danger of being pushed into the rail track below is always there.
I dread the arrival of the day when LRT commuters of
 Malaysia are needed to be pushed into the train coaches.
Not KTM trains, not even thirty years ago!
Not for the faint-hearted. Guess some of them would be
thrown off the train before it entered the railway station.
May I know where could I go from here?
Or rather where am I?
Oh my! Do not do the cornering so fast, slow does it !

Many thanks to Ron Lim of LA, US for sharing.

Alan CY Kok

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Unforgetable photographic moments

 Great photography to ponder

Just room enough for one house on an island.
A dedicated photographer-in the heat of the moment.
Open water roll cloud
San Francisco is known to be a steep city.
UFO spotted in Seattle
Shelf cloud over Timisoara
Praising the sun
Time-lapse Moonrise over LA
Forest on shipwreck island
The sky whale appears near the lighthouse
When art meets nature
The eye of the moon
World's coolest duck, ever!
Sunset in Santorin
Easter Island sunrise
Creative mirror positioning
Water sprouts over the Adriatic
Down the spiral staircase
Grand Canyon light show
The Studley Tool chest
Plane Tail-pinching Buddha
Olympic moonrise
A rarely seen full circle rainbow (with reflection of it)
Forces of nature
An airplane's view of a distant storm
Dubai - Cloud City
Beautiful Barn Conversion
Their first flight
Flyby Eclipse
Coal train at sunset
Underwater Perfection
Moon Jelly
Whiskey on the rocks - Aaah !
Abandoned Parisian Railway
Many thanks to TS Ng for sharing
Alan CY Kok