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Last weekend we headed to Kampung Baru in KL to capture some election colors. On the side note, election is this weekend, please do vote and vote wisely. The worse thing you can do is to give up the most basic of our democratic right. I am ashamed to say that this would be the first time I go to the ballet box due to being overseas and so on, but it’s a start. Assess the candidates and parties carefully, and make your choice, every vote counts.

As it turned out, I only managed to snap something like a roll of pictures before the rain pours, but here goes:

colour imbalance
Color Imbalance

It was also one of Kim’s first photography trips and I must say she has an eye for this thing! Check out her post on the trip.

The whole area was filled with banners, mostly of the ruling party and some of the opposition. It is sad to say that in this country, we still have to resort to putting candidates of the same race (and sometimes same sex) against each other. But hopefully change to the better is on the way.

Stare Cock
Stare Cock

Colors of the Campaign
If I vote for you, will you buy me a motorbike?

Kampung Baru is one of the very few real kampungs left in the city of KL. Located just a stone’s throw away from the bustling KLCC, here you find people living a much simpler life. With roosters still roaming the streets and houses built just good enough to have a shade under the sun and rain.

welcome to my house
Welcome to my Home

For the old folks, evening is spent chilling with friends and having a good time. No sense of urgency, no rushing for deadlines, no hunting for more gold.

relax and laughters
Relax and Laughters

In a city with more toll ways than rivers, many folks here still rely on motorcycles and bicycles as their primary transport, getting them from A to B. Of course, there is also an LRT station just around the corner transporting them to a very different world just a single station away. It is truly a time machine more than an underground tube.

Clinging On
Clinging On

Kampung folks are also usually a lot friendlier. I took the opportunity to snap a picture of this chubby kid at the restaurant. I think he was confused, this is the world he lives in, we are the visitors.

The boy will grow up to inherit the country from our generation, and it is us that must make a choice to give them what they deserve.

What’re you looking at?

I hope you enjoy this series. Thank you for viewing.

Discuss : KY pictures – Streets of Kampung Baru with Election Colors

  1. don’t see DAP at all er!!

  2. aeroplane1234

    the boy is angry because ur makan-makan blog is more famous than his “mamak special” blog

  3. Lyrical Lemongrass

    Kid’s really cute! Great pics! 🙂

  4. haan,
    Kampung Baru maaa..


    Lyrical Lemongrass,
    Thanks. 😀

  5. Those pictures looks good,I wonder how was that before many many yaers ago during the incident?

  6. Big Boys Oven,
    What incident? No such thing these days, don’t succumbed to fear factor.

  7. election huh? Sometimes I wonder what it means? A popularity contest or a purpose to serve the people’s interest? Oppositions or BN, personally, I feel that the general people are at the losing end (no matter which party wins). Just some sentiments, sorry to post it here. Anyway, some pics were great and some “you could have done better”…just my thoughts and observations…

  8. JL,
    Thanks for viewing. 🙂

  9. kimberlycun

    love yer pics dude. chubby kid looks so badass lol

  10. beetrice

    I wish my photos looked that good… 😀 But oh my…banyaknya the BN flags (!!)

  11. kimberlycun,
    Your’s good too!

    I’m sure you can do it, mine just ok ok lor.. 🙂

  12. The photo look pro. Who the photographer? Sure not taken by your N82, i guess.:P
    Anyway, good post i can say. Keep it up. 🙂

  13. Akira,
    I use a 400D with Tamron 17-50 F/2.8 😀

  14. I’m voting in P117 Segambut. DAP and BN fighting contesting there. Last election I voted for BN because the other party is PAS. This time things are different.

  15. Simon Seow,
    Ah, PAS is doing okay I think, my brother studies at Kelantan with no complains.

  16. Precious Pea

    Hahaha…who knows, one day, the little kid will turn up to be a politician.

  17. Precious Pea,
    Haha yah, never know, never know.

  18. the cock is going to vote for BN XD

  19. x,

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  21. Evelyncyl

    Hey! I like the last pic!

  22. Evelyncyl,
    The kid very cute ya? 😀

  23. there are traditional old malay houses in kg baru,,near the padang,,which u have not captured

  24. kaswira,
    I didn’t manage to walk to that part before rain started pouring. 🙂

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