|Malaysian street food|
|Squid and convolvulus|
"Beauty is and always will be blue skies and open highway."
|Chinese style crispy pan-fried salmon|
Recipe - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DKlH4K1ANA
|A *new village viewed from my balcony|
* New Villages represent a type of settlement that is unique to Peninsular Malaysia. They were originally established by the government as roadside relocation settlements for rural Chinese during the Malayan Emergency (1948–60), a period of intense conflict between the British administration and a (largely Chinese) communist guerrilla insurgency that arose after World War II. With the end of the emergency in 1960, some of the New Villages were abandoned, but most of them became permanent settlements.
"Words are like bees – some create honey and others leave a sting."
Stunning photos ❤ReplyDelete
Thanks for your sharing:)ReplyDelete
I loved all the photos, great:-)ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos that illustrate moments of life.ReplyDelete
An interesting information about the new village.
I like the photo the most with the road and the white clouds that seem to go in the opposite direction. I see the image of a polar bear raised on its hind paws in the middle of the clouds. 😊
I like the comparison about bees and words.
I wish you beautiful days, Veronica.
A wonderful variety of photos. Thank you for spreading the beauty.ReplyDelete
Some of these could make interesting blog posts. Like blood clams.ReplyDelete
All great pictures Veronica!
Wow! You take some terrific photos! Thanks for sharing and enjoy a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
Estão fantásticas estas belas fotos.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
Dear Veronica, this is a nice colorful mix of random photos :-)ReplyDelete
I learned something about new villages and an interesting definition of beauty. (For me, "Beauty" and "Highway" rarely appear in one sentence ;-))))))
It was a very pleasant tour, Veronica, showing us different aspects of life where you live.ReplyDelete
What a lovely set of pictures and the quote at the end is one I'll remember!ReplyDelete
Such a nice mix of photos! The dragon fruit look so bright and colourful! :)ReplyDelete
Hope you're having a nice weekend :)
Away From The Blue
Beautiful mix of photos, lovely to get a view into a different part of the orld. Have a great weekend, ValerieReplyDelete
I'm recognizing the dragon fruit, alot of supermarkets stock it here funnily enough and the cockles too are very popular.ReplyDelete
Have a nice weekend!
Love the photos and the glimpse of life there.ReplyDelete
A great series of photos and I enjoyed them tremendously! Thanks so much for sharing them.ReplyDelete
Those are great photos and the salmon looks wonderful. You view is amazing!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos, thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
It is nice to see the view of the village from your balcony.
The food and fruits look great. I love the flowers.
Take care, have a happy new week!
The dragon fruit photo is striking. And, oh my, the squid.ReplyDelete
I love to visit other places in the world and see what is going on there.
Exotic and fascinating photos!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2021/06/mmmm-magnolia.html
Lovely, colorful photos. The pan-fried salmon looks delicious!ReplyDelete
great variety of photos with so much colorReplyDelete
That's really interesting about the New Villages Veronica! A very nice collection of photos -- the Clams look great on that bright yellow plate. I want to cook and eat them right this minute!ReplyDelete
What fab photos interesting and I liked the view you had too :-)ReplyDelete
Have a dragonfruittastic week 👍
Fun photos. The essence of summer.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful collection! Beautiful sky and I specially like the market photos.ReplyDelete
Dragon fruit! So pretty--and alarming!ReplyDelete
I have eaten dragon fruit.. but everything else looks a bit intimidating.ReplyDelete
I'm hungry now, lol. Have a great week, Veronica.ReplyDelete
Yummy on the food and I want some of that pan fried salmon. What a unique way to prepare salmon.ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.
Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Veronica. ♥
All great captures!ReplyDelete
Looking closely at the photos we can distinguish a way of life. Interesting!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing!
Have a fine day, Veronica! ♥
The photos remind my mom of all the time she spent in different Asian countries as a flight attendant.ReplyDelete
...your gallimaufry is a colorful and exciting collection, thanks!ReplyDelete
Dragon fruit looks very interesting. i wonder what it tastes like, I need to Google. Crispy salmon I would like but shell fish does not agree with my wife and I and can make us ill. We do eat prawns though with no ill effect.ReplyDelete
I like your random collection!ReplyDelete
I wait to find that dragon fruit. It's very pleasant.
And the image with the highway and clouds is quite spectacular.
Thank you for this set, Veronica!
All nice but the dragon fruit and the bee are my faves!ReplyDelete
I enjoyed your collection of photos, especially the dragonfruit and squid.ReplyDelete
It's interesting the things we photograph these days. Love the variety.ReplyDelete
It's nice to see your link this week at 'My Corner of the World'!
Lovely assortment of photos! Thank you for sharing at Tuesdays with a Twist -Marci @ Stone Cottage AdventuresReplyDelete
sotooong kangkong and rujak! And I thought that pan fried salmon is tempe, Veronica hehehe. This soybean cake is my fave indeeedReplyDelete