This is the British Governor-General's Colonial House by Penang Sea in Penang, Malaysia, which was wonderfully restored by the Malaysian Government in the late 1990s.
Penang used to be a British Colony, hence a lot of the roads and highways continue to be named after their former Governor-Generals. Taken from the 20th floor of Northam Suites at high noon. Since it's a small island, within just a day you can see much of Penang and its old Portugese, Indian and British architecture.
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asajernigan (21330) 2007-01-26 7:00
I like your composition and POV here. The photo has good color and lighting with nice sharpness. I think a polarizer would have helped to control the glare from the white surfaces of the house.
tigra (2968) 2007-01-28 0:14
Excellent capture! I like the POV you've chosen.
Colors and sharpness are also great!
cunejo200 (7281) 2007-01-28 8:04
I like the persepective showcasing the governor's house. Good colors and the details and texture of the roof are pleasant. Good work 'bro. TFS. Danilo
pari_ali (433) 2007-01-29 7:15
Like your POV a lot has caught the details of the beautiful architecture very well... Love these colonial buildings... none so grand here where I am except that palace.
darkcurves (27) 2007-02-03 4:09
Nice! I guess the British Governor must be one lucky guy. Such a cool place to stay.
stiginthedump (1823) 2007-02-09 8:50
Ah. I love the old colonial architecture of SE Asia. I have several shots of Myanmar in my folder. It certainly is an impressive building with some interesting colours. Quality wise, a polariser would have been good and also, next time, don't increase the saturation by too much. I find the colours vivid, but a little too unrealistic.
MLINES (12516) 2007-02-10 20:24
Hi Josh. Very good composition of this old colonial house. Excellent POV from this high vantage point. Having the sea beyond is excellent. Murray.