Saturday, September 8, 2012

Photo catch-up Session

I have been extremely busy at work - struggling to close my reconciliation before end of September and preparing for Audit which is coming in less than 2 weeks from today. When this happens, I will definitely slack in all other areas of my life. Here's a catch-up of daily photos at FMS.

7. Natural: Take a photo of something natural {in colour or else}.

I was really attracted to the colours of these 'curtains'. There was a private function later in the evening at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center (KLCC) and I took these photo using natural lighting. We were all on our way back to office from lunch.

6. Every day: Take a photo of something from your every day, or something that happens every day.

Praying 5 times a day is an everyday practice for us so whenever I am rushed for time, I seldom conduct the Asar prayers on time. Usually after fetching Zahra' from school, we will stop by this mosque to pray Asar before driving home.

5. Bright: Take a photo of something bright. Or someone super smart. Or something just bright!
I was outside my daughter's friend's house to fetch her after school. Rather than wait for me at school, she and another friend decided to walk to their friend's house for a change. The 2 hours wait was well spent getting to know therr friend better. I hope one day to meet this girl's parents. These Bougainvilla truly catch my attention. Such bright colours and I love anything pink-related.

4. In my mailbox/postbox: Take a photo of something out of your mailbox, or inside your mailbox.

My office mail-box is empty today. The good news is I don't have any outstanding bills for the month. Everyday, I pray for all my bills to be paid up and I am totally free. Another news is it just means I am not a regular snail-mailer anymore. I have to find the time and improve on that. I owe my friend Jane a letter. Reminder to myself.


  1. oh Lili, I have missed a lot of posts here :). These are great photos! Bravo!. My favorites are the beautiful moon shots (you are awesome), and the heavy rain shots. I LOVE rainy days so I could get under the blanket and blog :). The towers are scary, I remembered you showed me on our way to Nadrah's place.

  2. You are amazing at structuring your everyday life to get the most out of it. You are a good example Lili! Did I understand you in a previous post that you once studied geology? If so, what a coincidence. That is what I started out in college. But during a 2 week field trip to the western US, I became so distracted by taking pictures of the beautiful landforms that I became more interested in photography than geology. Funny the twists and turns that life takes :^)