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Telok Gong, Klang, Selangor.

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Sunrise over Wollongong harbour rock shelf, facing south. Some late cloud appeared to add some colour to the otherwise empty sky.


Nikon D800 & Nikkor 16-35mm, Lee 1.2 GND filter. PP in PS CC using Nik Software and luminosity masks.

A deeply penetrating tone that gets right inside you! Played here by Candida Valentino of Soundtransformations.

GONG MINZY à! chị cố lên nhé :x, mọi chuyện sẽ ổn thôi mà :), cái gì thì nó cũng đến rồi nó cũng đi mà :), em biết chị buồn lắm nhưng hãy mạnh mẽ lên Minzy :x mọi người vẫn bên chị theo dõi và ủng hộ chị trên con đường của chị, vậy nên, chị phải vượt qua nỗi đau này và tiếp tục ước mơ của mình nhéeeee ♥ cố lên GONG MINZY à cố lên cố lên...... chắc chắn bà ỡ phương trời nào đó vẫn luôn ủng hộ và bảo vệ cho chị <3333 GONG MINZY ♥ I LOVE YOU ♥



A moody sky and some occasional rain made for great conditions during an early morning shoot at South Flagstaff Point in Wollongong with some keen photographer friends.


The warm, red-tones rocks at the point contrast nicely against the blue-grey, cloud-laden sky in the distance.

Solo una breve “ora d'aria” questa delle foto di Caorle. D'altronde non sono per niente soddisfatto e la mia scelta di usare i rullini a colori è stata un errore a cui potrò porre rimedio solamente con un altro viaggio laggiù.

È stato comunque molto interessante vedere il mare a maggio. La luce e i colori sono diversi. Non c'è ancora quella potenza (da rullino a colori) che si riscontra in estate, col caldo. Non c'erano gli azzurri e i blu pieni. Non c'erano le ombre nette e decise e senza indecisione.

Dell'estate ho solo visto il cielo nero, nerissimo di un temporale che si preannunciava fortissimo e che invece si è scaricato altrove lasciando solo una serata piovosa (e facendo parecchi danni in quel altrove dove si è liberato).

Era la mia prima volta al mare di maggio. L'Adriatico, il “mio” mare, quello che conosco di più. L'ho riconosciuto eppure mi era comunque un po' nuovo. E forse anch'io gli ero nuovo uguale, dopo tutti questi anni.

Però è stato bello ritrovarsi.

Come due amici che si rivedono dopo tanto tempo.

E che si vogliono ancora bene.

Slit Gong (in french Tambour á Fente), originates from Île Ambryn. Dates from early 20th century, (mission Jean Guiart, 1950).

Musée du Quai Branly Paris (photo Drager Meurtant)

A gong (Malay: gong) is an East and South East Asian musical percussion instrument that takes the form of a flat metal disc which is hit with a mallet.

Gongs are broadly of three types. Suspended gongs are more or less flat, circular discs of metal suspended vertically by means of a cord passed through holes near to the top rim. Bossed or nipple gongs have a raised centre boss and are often suspended and played horizontally. Bowl gongs are bowl-shaped, and rest on cushions and belong more to bells than gongs. Gongs are made mainly from bronze or brass but there are many other alloys in use.

Gongs produce two distinct types of sound. A gong with a substantially flat surface vibrates in multiple modes, giving a "crash" rather than a tuned note. This category of gong is sometimes called a tam-tam to distinguish it from the bossed gongs that give a tuned note. In Indonesian gamelan ensembles, some bossed gongs are deliberately made to generate in addition a beat note in the range from about 1 to 5 Hz. The use of the term "gong" for both these types of instrument is common.

instagram/twitter: @shelserkin the palace of the late Sultan Hamengkoeboewono IX in yogyakarta on the isle of Java, Indonesia

The character Fú (福) meaning "good fortune" or "happiness". (GETTY IMAGE)

Chinese calligraphy(Brush calligraphy) is an art unique to Asian cultures.


Happy Lunar New Year, Best Wishes for the Year of the Horse!

Kung Hei Fat Choy (Cantonese)

Gong Xi Fa Cai (Mandarin)

Keung Hee Huat Chai (Hokkien)


Today is the 3rd Day of CNY


Outing with Mohd Syamsul Nik at kampung Gong Badak


At dusk at kampung Gong Badak 31 Jan 2010 - 3


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Sunrise over Wollongong harbour rock shelf, facing south. Some late cloud appeared to add some colour to the otherwise empty sky.


Nikon D800 & Nikkor 16-35mm, Lee 1.2 GND filter. PP in PS CC using Nik Software and luminosity masks.

The forbidden City, from Beihai Park. Beijing, China

Original in slide


for Yunhua :))



The Forbidden City was the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming Dynasty to the end of the Qing Dynasty. It is located in the middle of Beijing, China, and now houses the Palace Museum. For almost 500 years, it served as the home of emperors and their households, as well as the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government.


Built in 1406 to 1420, the complex consists of 980 buildings and covers 720,000 m2 (7,800,000 sq ft). The palace complex exemplifies traditional Chinese palatial architecture, and it is a perfect example of feng-shui architecture and it has influenced cultural and architectural developments in East Asia and elsewhere. The Forbidden City was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987,and is listed by UNESCO as the largest collection of preserved ancient wooden structures in the world

Lying at the city center and called Gu Gong in Chinese, it was the imperial palace for twenty-four emperors during the Ming and Qing dynasties. It was first built throughout 14 years during the reign of Emperor Chengzu in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). Ancient Chinese Astronomers believed that the Purple Star (Polaris) was in the center of heaven and the Heavenly Emperor lived in the Purple Palace. The Palace for the emperor on earth was so called the Purple City. It was forbidden to enter without special permission of the empeor. Hence its name 'The Purple Forbidden City', usually 'The Forbidden City'.


The Gary Clarke Company perform in the Dark Arches ...


The image reminds me a little of a Dave McKean illustration ...


The fabulous OverWorld & UnderWorlds event in Leeds ...

The Chinese temple along Telok Blangah Road.

A redundant, wheel activated, gong slowly decaying deep underground.

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