At least Singapore has the no open burning law that made the environment less polluted. In Malaysia, you tend to get people burning by the road, thus you get ashes flying inside the house during these periods. I hope more people are considerate in this matter soon. Thanks for sharing. :)http://crizcats.blogspot.com/
Very nice shot,Elaine! And what a great idea! :D
They look so new and beautiful!!Happy PH and happy weekend :)
Those used for prayer one.My house also got one red color one.
I love the colors in this photo!And I love the tradition!
I've never heard of those. That sound like a good tradition and the shot is great.
They look too clean to be in use! Great idea.
Great shot. Happy weekend.
Such interesting things you tell us about your pictures. My husband is outside burning leaves as I type. I cannot get him to stop.Loved your photo!
Well, I really liked seeing that photo and reading that! Your blog is the one I come to first for PhotoHunt days. :)
I'd not seen these before. Superb photo!
I am not sure if there are like that here because I still see people burning those paper offerings in open air during ceremonies. Some while a procession/parade is ongoing.Have a great weekend Elaine :)
Love the vibrant color of red! Happy hunting
Oh that is cool metal and colorful. Happy hunting!
Nice pic. They must be new as they still look shiny and without any burn marks.
Well at least they are bright and shiny. A very colourful photo for this theme. Have a good weekend Napaboaniya.
wow... that's a very intesting tidbit on how technology and culture are converging... are they new innovations? i wonder how the elders feel about them...
I'm glad you explained what they were for. I would have never guessed. nice photo. I love the angle.Happy weekend!
Whalamak! I thought look like perfect drumset leh ;p
That's a historical take. I love the colors! Happy weekend. =)
This is a great shot for metal - like the contrast between the shiny silver and the red.
great take. i've seen these gadgets being used by some of our chinese neighbors here. i was completely ignorant about the whole ceremony until a friend explained it to me.my entry is here...METAL
Wow, I love those colors!
Great idea. But I'm impressed by how shiny they are. Does someone polish them up on a regular basis, then?-smarmoofus
I love the red bins. This is very neat.
Nice take on the theme.
The pots look so pretty all lined up in a row. I really love the red and silver contrast.Stop by and see mine if you have the time.http://moderatesuburbanchick.blogspot.com/
Those metal containers are so brightly attractive! Lovely shot!
Very interesting...glad they made them attractive!
That is definitely a good idea....love the colors too!
This is so neat. I presume it is at a temple. Some people just simply burn below their flats or outside their house.I'm back! heehee...
What a great shot!!!!Happy Weekend.
How interesting! Thanks for sharing, I like learning new things like that. I did Photo Hunt today, too. I hope you get a chance to visit and leave your link. :)Mrs. MecomberNew York Traveler.net Photo Hunters: Metal
Great picture, Elaine! Very interesting post too...Please come check my post here. Have a great week!
All very well with the attempt "to avoid particles from flying all over the place and polluting the air" but judging from the flying particles I've seen, I'm not sure that it's all that successful! ;(
I find this tradition very interesting. Great shot.
Wonderful shot. I am sorry I didn't make it sooner. I just had to reload 2 times to leave this comment.I'm having issues with my satellite service.But this is a fabulous shot as they always are.I love to see your pictures!!:-)
i like the colors of those incinerators:) That's a good picture.
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