For the last few years, I was wearing an image of a retired executive cum government servant.The previous photo shows me writing in a cafe. Last weekend,I decided to engaged a young and talented photographer to snap a few photos of me after my weekly jogging at KLCC garden.
I love fountain pens but the good ones cost thousands of ringgit.Here are two photos showing my personal collection of cheap fountain pens.With current trend of using ballpoint pens and computers, my penmanship,if any, has deteriorated to the level that I can't even read my own handwriting!
I love taking photos of nice food,cakes etc. This one shown on the right was taken from a shop called BreadTalk.
It is nice to look at but I don't like them.I am a bit old fashion(may be due to my age) and still prefer the normal whole meal toast bread with butter and jam.The smell of a little bit burnt bread is lovely!
It is time for me to pick up my pencils and start some sketches and add some colors to them.
One lesson I learn lately about doing sketches of architectural works is paying attention to details and great patience is needed to complete just a simple pattern.Now, I appreciate more of works done by artists.
Every weekend,either on Saturday or Sunday,I try my level best to keep fit by jogging( previously) and now brisk walking at KLCC garden.This garden is located in the CDB of Kuala Lumpur, next to the world famous Petronas Twin Towers,formerly the tallest building in the world.
The photos on the right show from the top the 'wakaf'- a small hut where I use it as a meeting place with my friends and also sometimes the place we eat our breakfast.Below is a nice,cozy jogging track with beautiful landscaping and last but not least is my favourite breakfast.The locals call the combo as roti telor and teh tarik.
It has been more than a month since the recent Ramadhan I did not go jogging.I am looking forward to my morning walk and the roti telur and teh tarik first thing tomorrow morning.