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river mirage

By sawsengee  
Malacca (Melaka) River transformation from an open sewer to a beautiful touristic experience. The physical transformation took 10 years and shown here are old townhouses backing on to the river with early morning reflection before the tourist boats churn the river into a washing machine. Today Malacca is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which was declared on 7th July 2008 & the murals on the houses depict the cultural & ethnic fabric of the city. Here is a link to the river rehabilitation:

Tags: Photo journalism Architecture Landscape and travel

Voters: msa01uk, gwynn56, stuart1963 and 20 more

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msa01uk 16 United Kingdom
20 Jun 2012 12:19PM
A great photo we great reflections well done.

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Tibetan 6 3 England
20 Jun 2012 2:18PM
Very nice idea and a very good photo I like it, regards Leon.
20 Jun 2012 3:36PM
Different from your night shots but still a fantastic image
Jasper87 Plus
8 2.0k 150 England
20 Jun 2012 7:39PM
Amazing frontage, Sawsengee, and the man in red is perfect.

A beautiful colour reflection.
Well done. WesternRed.
posty57 10 6 2 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2012 6:34AM
Some graffiti...! Stunning. Smile It's nice to see that things can still change.

Cor 9 Belgium
21 Jun 2012 9:53AM
So well spotted and taken. Excellent *****
15 Aug 2012 10:28AM
INCREDIBLE !!!!! GrinGrinGrinGrin

Thankyou so much for your lovely comment on my Autumn image. Great to ' meet ' you too !

marlin50 6 3 United Kingdom
24 Oct 2012 3:12PM
A beautiful capture, love the colours. Many thanks for your very welcome comments on my 'Misty morning' photo.Your night work is stunning...Grin
almiles 8 38 102 United Kingdom
19 Dec 2012 9:45AM
Such exciting and virbrant buildings, double impact with the reflection which you often use to such great effect! Very well spotted.

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