silver leaf monkeys near Kuala Lumpur
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Having chosen silver for this week’s theme, I wonder if Ailsa will chose gold some time soon?
Illuminated music books in the museum in Pisa:
The Royal Floria festival in Chiang Mai, Thailand, illuminated at night:
Kuala Lumpur at night:
Singapore’s aquarium, the lights change colour as you watch the dance of the jelly fish
Let Ailsa’s Where’s my backpack‘s latest post light up your day.
Sue’s dictionary fell open at the word HIGH this week.
Do you like heights or are you afraid of them? Do they inspire you?
Visit some other high places here.
A message from Sue: A WORD A WEEK CHALLENGE is a year old this week and to celebrate I would like to thank all the amazing people who have taken part over the last 52 weeks. To celebrate I am choosing the word this week which is going to be favourite.
Gosh, this is going to be hard. I took 6000 thousand or so photos in India and Sri Lanka earlier this year and I’ve hardly begun sorting through them. Now we’re almost at the end of a road trip round Turkey with another 1000 in the camera. Where do I begin?
Click here to see what other people chose for their favourite photos.
Skinny Wench’s dictionary fell open at the word “fur” this week.
Baby silver leaf monkeys are born with this beautiful orange fur which gradually turns to grey as they get older. Just look at how long their tails are!
Photographed at Bukit Malawati – a landscaped hill with views over the Selangor coast towards the straits of Malacca (near Kuala Lumpur), famous for the Silver leaf or silver langur monkey to be found on the hill.
I never miss an opportunity to take photos of statues, carvings and sculptures…..
I still can’t get over the fact that I climbed up this
to get to the top
‘this’ being the Lion Rock of Sigirya near Dambulla, Sri Lanka and home to the wonderful painted frescoes of the ‘cloud maidens’
photos taken on a flight over mainland Europe to Turkey
Are you afraid of heights? panic at the prospect of climbing a staircase to the top of a building, stand on the edge of a cliff and look down?
Take a flight to visit Ailsa in search of other ‘heights’