01 February 2008
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
It looks like a space-ship station, I think... Greetings from KL (as the locals call it). Kuala Lampur is the capitol of Malaysia, a fun, interesting, buzzy place in Southeast China. I'm working with a company based out of Utah, called XANGO. Buddy Dainon Moody is a writer for them. He's basically visits company employees across the globe and interviews them for an in-house periodical. They also use a photographer and that's where my eyes come in. We are meeting w/ people, walking the streets of KL (and surrounding areas), photographing the XANGO bottle and the XANGO people. Its been a very good time. Some highlights: the fruit (that we don't get at home); the enigmatic Bantu Caves, Little China, the 85º weather, new people, great food. Our heaviest day will be today. Hope all is well at home. Attached you are seeing the "twin Towers," called Petronas (sounds like Harry Potter's spell). They are strangely but beautifully designed and really look like the image I'm showing. Sure love you all! 7 of 9. PS :: and the yellow guy? That's me, shining brightly on the roads!
Posted by Dallas Graham at 5:27 PM