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Kampung Pictures Daily Yellow - Batch No. 6
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Written by straits-mongrel   
Friday, 08 July 2011 00:18

Today we bring you even more contributors. Seems like the more crazy things get surrounding July 9, the more yellow pics we get! Go figure, govt.

Without further ado, let's start off with the latest exploits of Geng Itik Kuning :)




In the heart of KL: Geng Itik Kuning pay a visit to Dataran Merdeka, admiring the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. Originally designed by RAJ Bidwell with a Renaissance theme, it was reworked by AC Norman to its current design and completed in 1896. It was initially the administrative centre for the Federated Malay States (FMS). Pic / Nandakumar Haridas



Seen better days: Yellow and worn nylon string tied around a dolly.



Phosphate and potassium storehouse: Which means it's a natural energiser. Detail of bananas in a comb. Pic / Alibear (Terima kasih, sis!)



Mid-day snooze: Wargamas having a noontime nap after market peak hour.



Baby towel: "Lovely smile behind a yellow rock. Bright and solid!" Pic / Sivin Kit (Terima kasih, bro!)



Cool warmth: A yellow plate stands out in a rack of everyday crockery. Pic / Alibear



Yellow monster march: A convoy of heavy earth-moving vehicles traveling along a KL road. Pic / muimui (Thanks, sis!)



Alibear in yellow: Measuring tape designed only for chic users :) Pic / Alibear



Ah, pineapple fried rice: And with giant shrimp to boot. Siapa lapar? Pic / Charmingangel



Staying sharp: Yellow razor to keep the face clean and cool looking. Pic / Sivin Kit



Everything's gonna be all right: Smile. Smile. And smile. No matter what hurdles are thrown your way. That sounds like a Saturday spirit, no? Pic / Alibear



Sad: A blind and injured kitten sits helplessly by a plastic yellow chair. It didn't move in all the time the picture was composed and snapped. Pic / muimui



Crabby adventure: A saltwater crab gets a bit too far out from its safety hole at a local beach resort. Pic / Charmingangel



Marking the hall: Yellow columns march along a curved hallway of a local institute of higher learning. Pic / muimui



Locked to a cause: Padlock and yellow steel bollards - a sign that principled decisions, once made, do not shift. Pic / Alibear



This way: Pedestrian bollards with reflector at a road filter in PJ.



And introducing....: Spongebob! Close buddy of Geng Itik Kuning, the yellow ally joins in the fun hanging out at a hose reel. Pic / Alibear



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