This time I don’t adjusted the green color of the leaves which I found in IKM’s herbs garden, except the brightness.
I capture this KLCC’s view from my office area by using my iPhone 3G. I edited the green trees and blue sky. I know it doesn’t look real anymore.
From time to time, I like to capture wild flowers. The one above I found infront of IKM Johor Bahru. It’s called Turnera ulmifolia or yellow alder. It might be close related to Turnera trioniflora or white turnera.
I like to take photographs with green theme. Like the one above at Pesiaran Hampshire, off Jalan Ampang.
While hiking into the Lambir Waterfall, I saw this very tall tree with its trunk is so brightly red. It’s a Selunsur Melaban tree, from Tristanipsis species (Myrtaceae).
When we arrived at the farm, the crocodile feeding time was scheduled at 11.30am. We managed to see on how they feed the crocodiles by hanging white feathered chickens (i think they are all already dead) with a long string across the barn.
I visited the Miri Crocodile Farm & Mini Zoo in Kuala Baram last Saturday. Although the entrance fee is quite high (RM15 per person) but there are a lot of crocodiles inside.
The above eggs are of estuarine crocodiles.
Looks soft but you dont want to touch it because it will make you itchy really bad.
Normally I sent my Toyota Unser for service in JB. But due to spare parts unavailability, I have to sent it this time to its service center in Sungai Besi, KL.
On the first day, I arrived earlier in the morning to beat the KL traffice jam. While waiting in the workshop lounge for the foreman to arrive, I snapped the above flowers.