© 2010 Cyril Maury. All rights reserved. Masjid Negara father and son walking

Kuala Lumpur’s Masjid Negara

Masjid Negara litteraly means “National Mosque”, it is one of the must see attractions of KL. The architectural style is very original, blending traditional Muslim origins with a modern twist. The construction of the mosque is actually fairly recent, as it was erected in the 60s. It is much more angular than older mosques, and the predominant color used is blue, reminding somehow of Istanbul’s famous Blue Mosque.

3 Comments

  1. Posted 19 Sep ’10 at 11:46 am | Permalink

    Is it me, or is there a white balance difference between the two versions of the picture with the guys walking on the carpet ?

    • Posted 19 Sep ’10 at 12:04 pm | Permalink

      you right, if I remember well I think the difference is that the first one is more saturated. Which one do you prefer?

  2. Posted 19 Sep ’10 at 6:15 pm | Permalink

    Love them both. I think I use more often the smooth, pale effect rather than the other, but I think the slight contrast increase suits this picture quite well. Maybe better than the other treatment, too “cold”.

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