Saturday, August 31, 2013

Shadow Shot Sunday!

Welcome to the shadows of Shadow Shot Sunday! 

Your hosts are:
Magical Mystical Teacher
Rose (chubskulit)
Gemma Wiseman

Merdeka Raya Malaysia Day 3: Scrumptious food.

yummy food from Rohas Caterer, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur.

+6016 3451271

I had baby squid/sotong sambal, rendang chicken, mixed 

veges spring rolls. There was also kari laksa. 

There were 2 queues, vegetarain and non Vegetarian. I 

didn't sample all the food.

The friendly family serving us. I went to the kitchen to talk 

with them.


Juice fountain.

This was my serving.



The friendly and cheerful family.

The Boss Faidszol and his right hand person.

Friday, August 30, 2013

FSO :Vibrant Colors and circles.

Photo: vibrant colours 2

At Tuk Tuk Thai restaurant on the Gold coast of Australia.
Vibrant Colors and show some circles.

link to Mr Linky at the Friday shoot out link below.  


FSO: Aug 30: Vibrant Colors

Photo: Knitting: Jumper.

Vibrant Colors

link to Mr Linky at the Friday shoot out link below.

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Save the world: Cats Toxoplasmosis

Toxoplasmosis – Can Your Cat Make You Sick?

This is quite a worrying thought.

Cats are  host for T. gondii,  the parasite can complete its life cycle and reproduce using the cat as the host. The eggs are called oocysts and are passed through cat feces into the environment, where they can infect additional cats and other warm-blooded creatures. If the conditions are right, the oocysts can persist for quite some time in the soil.

Pregnant women who become infected may pass the infection on to the developing fetus, resulting in birth defects. Symptoms in these children may include nervous system disorders, premature birth, hearing loss, anemia, and retinal damage. You may have heard that pregnant women should avoid litter boxes (or more accurately, cat feces), 

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

The Most Beautiful Disasters To Photograph-- Life In An Image

The Most Beautiful Disasters To Photograph-- Life In An Image 

The concept of a natural disaster is something the is terrible in the idea of what it truly is—but captured in an image—it can carry a sense or beauty in the perspective of nature. Photography equipment from companies like can lead to images that turn tragedy into a reflection of hope for the future.
Natural disaster cause a lot of damage, but it would be a naïve thought to say there is nothing about them that is good. They generate the very idea that we can survive, we can rebuild, and this alone invigorates hope. The image of invigorate hope can last forever.
If you're looking to be a serious photographer, check out retailers like for professional photography equipment. Having the right equipment and taking the best picture possible are what's going to turn tragedy into triumph. Also, taking great pictures of anything is going to help you get your name out there - even natural disasters photos require a good camera.
Beautiful disasters to photograph
1. Tsunamis- A giant wave can be incredibly devastating to any landmass, but aquatic life and destruction can be beautiful as well. It also teaches the value of hope and the ability to overcome.
2. Volcanos- All right, so call me a pyro, but volcanos are beautiful. Lava is something you don’t see every day, and the flow of such substance is unique and rare.
3. Tornados- The damage they do is terrible, the skies they develop however, are things that you will never see unless you happen to see one in person. 
4. Hurricanes- The most devastating natural disaster in the recent span of time, these deliver pure sadness and destruction, they are powerful, and they are the very idea of sorrow being thrown at the world.
Pain and suffering and power are the strongest concepts to deliver in the still of an image. By taking these ideas and applying them to the world’s most powerful forces, the outcome is beauty from pain

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Green Decorating Tips for Your Garden

Green Decorating Tips for Your Garden

Being green is really in at the moment and more and more people are catching the green bug. There are many aspects of your regular life that you can alter in order to be more environmentally friendly. In fact, many companies have found great success in recent times by selling products aimed at this specific market. When it comes to outdoor decorating, you can find plenty of ways to make your garden more eco-friendly and we can tell you how.

1. Replace old lighting fixtures with better ones

The old bulbs that were used for various lighting fixtures were never too energy efficient. Nowadays you have much better alternatives that you can install in your outdoor fixtures or even your umbrella
. Some people avoid them because they are usually more expensive than the old ones, but they also last for a lot longer so you end up with a bargain in the long run.

2. Use recycled materials
Recycled materials can be used to craft many items that would look right at home in your garden or patio. Wrought iron is used for many furniture pieces and, if you are interested in a new deck, you can have one made from reclaimed or recycled timber.

3. Install new technology
Again, this step might seem a bit expensive at first, but the aim of new technology is to save resources. For example, you can install motion sensors for exterior lighting that will only light up the areas with people. This will end up saving you money on electricity bills. There are other systems designed to save you energy, as well, including some that allow you direct access using a smartphone or a tablet.

Whenever you are looking to spruce up your garden with a few new features, check out for a wide selection of items that will make your garden look better than ever.

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Letter O for orange peel

Photo: See the used orange half?  It will keep cats from digging or using your garden as a litter box and killing the plants. Better than throwing your shoe at the cats and ruining your plants. When they decay, they become compost and replenish with another peel.

See the used orange half? It will keep cats from digging or 

using your garden as a litter box and killing the plants. 

Better than throwing your shoe at the cats and ruining your 

plants. When they decay, they become compost and 

replenish with another peel.


Saturday, August 24, 2013

Friday, August 23, 2013

Photohunt: My Morning croissants

Photo: My morning, I would like croissants . Watched yesterday on my news about cronut, croissant-doughnut hybrid. I don't think I like the cronuts.
For my Photo hunt theme.

Your morning: My morning, I would like croissants . Watched yesterday on my news about cronut, croissant-doughnut hybrid. I don't think I like the cronuts.  


Emergency Vehicles




Emergency Vehicles

link to Mr Linky at the Friday shoot out link below.

Friday, August 16, 2013

Photohunt: a nature macro on my plum tree.

Photo: Photohunt:  a nature macro

Aug 17 : a nature macro    on my plum tree.  

FSO: Front yard or front garden

I have posted this photo, but I really love it. One day, I was walking along Mt Eden Road. I have not walked this road for twenty years. Down in the valley, is so well hidden that unless you look down the valley, you won't see it. It was so beautiful, just what I would dream about.
There was a man working down there, so I was discrete when taking the pix. I suppose if I told him I was a keen gardener, he would kindly show me his crops.
To be inline with this theme, I imagine the rich mansion it at the back.

link to Mr Linky at the Friday shoot out link below.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Alphabe-Thursday: Letter M for maple syrup.


Canadian Pancakes with maple syrup. Maple syrup is one of the many wonders of the world. This viscous amber liquid with its characteristic earthy sweet taste is made from the sap of the sugar, black or red maple tree.