Image of The Week: Malaysia – Petronas Towers Pointing Skyward

The Petronas Towers of Kuala Lumpur are an amazing architectural feat. The buildings were the world’s tallest up until 2004, but have now been well surpassed by the massive, Burj Kalifa in Dubai. The outside of the 88 floor towers are clad with polished metal, and beam in the afternoon sun. Without a wide angle lens, it was difficult to get them into a single frame. I had to lie on my back, on the edge of the street to capture this shot.

A black and white image of Malaysia's Petronas Towers

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Jason has travelled the world extensively during the last 20 years, with overland journeys on six continents and across almost 90 countries. This site serves as a chronicle of the images and tales from these journeys, as well as offering advice and general information for other like minded travellers.

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  • GlobalButterfly

    Very very powerful!

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