Photographer's Note

This is the second photo I have for Brickfields area.

8:53AM It is still early here as most of the shops here are still closed. Except for some coffeeshops open as early as 6AM, most of the sundry shops will open from 10AM to 10PM for the whole week. Some shops will close on Sundays. This is the daily life most of us are living here.

For this photo, you can see some festive lightbox posters on each of the lamp post. Deepavali or Divali will be celebrated by our Indian friends next week on 1st Oct 2005, our Muslim friends will celebrate Hari Raya Aidil Fitri on 3rd & 4th Oct 2005.

These are the main celebrations and all Malaysians will enjoy celebarating them. 30 years ago when I was young, during any of this festive season, my Indian and Muslim friends will bring some cake and pastries to our house. In return, we would put some sugar on the plate. I am sure this is still being carried out.

This photo is cropped to focus more on the lamp posts and adjusted color, brightness and contrast.

P.S. If you look carefully, you can see those pigeons hanging out on the rooftop before the orange color building.

I would like to wish those celebrating the above festive seosons to have a memorable one.

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