Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Sun Set A View From IJN (National Heart Institute)


The reflection of sunset on KLCC

The diffrent layers of colors makes it more beautiful

As the sun sets further


All the above photos were taken from outside IJN (http://www.ijn.com.my/cms/index.asp) using Nikon D70s

Saturday, May 27, 2006

Goreng Pisang Stall


I wish not to mentioned the location but I was watching the lady. She picked up a "keledek" front he flour and she dropped it down on the paper that is placed just next to the chair and she picked up and dropped it into the oil. Only after that she noticed that i was watching her..

KLCC During Rain 26May06




It was a heavy downpour and it was about to stop and i left IJN towards Ampang. When I saw this view and I could not stop myself from sticking my camera out of the car and took these pictures. It was a bad shot as i had no stand and i was lucky to get stuck in a traffic jam as the slow movement gave me time to take the snaps.
Taken with SONY DSC V3

Thursday, May 25, 2006

PD 2002






Pictures that was taken with Sony P51. My very first digital camera.

One more question. I am not sure if I should place my scanned photos here together with digital photos or should I open another blog for that. I have 1 big box of photos that I took since 1980 ...... hmmmmm

Wednesday, May 24, 2006

From Above



The picture was taken with my Nikon Flim SLR F601 sometime back

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Beautiful View




A beautiful view of a Masjid. A view that i wanted to capture for some time and now I had the time. Where is this? I let the viewers guess and add to my comment.
Taken with SONY DSC V3

Puchong Prima Lake View





Looks cool & nice? Don't jump into conclusion too fast. Try visiting the place, it will look diffrent. That is still ok but the smell is unacceptable.

From Karachi At Bangkok To KLIA


A nice painting at Karachi Shereton


On the way to office


A Flight was taking off at Bangkok Airport


Arrival


Landing


Waiting for boarding for KLIA

Monday, May 22, 2006

Photographic Tour Around KL/PJ

A Cute little monkey at Bukit Gasing. We trespass into their forest/home and destroy their food. When they come out for food we kill them using the reason they are trespassing and will harm us. What a joke!
"High Class" Monkey ...eating POLO sweets :)

Getting treatment using MINYAK CAP KAPAK?

Naaaaa!!!!!

Yummy, yummy.....


The sad face :(

I just hope the HUMAN will stop destroying the forest and nature specially the few that is still surviving in Klang Vally. I am sure if they touch it the nature will surely give a tight slap back to us!

At Orchid Farm, Lake Gardens

Saw this fellow near a jogging track at Lake Gardens

Enjoying the hot weather

Friday, May 19, 2006

Korea (Seoul) March 03

I could not remember the names of the places, all these places are located very near to the US Embassy

The part of museum that shows how early Koreans lived

The above is the road leading to the Museum

I think the above is an ancient palace area

Protest going on against Korea involement in war

Another beautiful place just across the street

Korean kid, cute eh?

And the last part of the museum exhibited how the Korea of today lived during the World Cup in Korea. hehehehehe!

Thursday, May 18, 2006

Mahatma Gandhi Samadhi

The samadhi (revered cremation platform) of Mahatma Ghandi, Father of India.

This is where Ghandi's body was cremated after his assasination in 1948.

Purpose of Paying TOLL

Can anyone enlighten me why do we pay toll? For a smooth traffic? For faster travel time?
Or for congestion and spend more petrol and longer travel time?

KL Town View

A view of KL from Pudu

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Accident At PJ/Old Klang Road Junction

On the way back at about 12.30 mn on 17th may 2006, saw this accident. I am sure it just happened as I did not see any tow trucks (as normally they are the super first to arrive). There were one casualty. That made me stop to see if I can help on first aid. As usual none of the people around did nothing to help the man who was lying on the divider, there was one African man was helping him.


Since he was conscious and had only small cuts. I asked the others at the location, they said they called but the call was passed on to Selayang Police Station. Since I had the Petaling Police Station number, I called and informed.
Then I called 112 (GSM SOS Number). The call was transferred to call centre in East Malaysia. The person that answered my call was not sure when I said nearest Hospital was University Hospital in Petaling Jaya. He transferred me to a place and a Bangladeshi answered and said 'ini pejabat tak ada ambulance". I told the person i will find ways to solve it. And disconnected. he called me back and that's when I got to know he is in East Malaysia. And told him that I called Petaling police Station again and requested for ambulance.

As I saw the situation was ok and the man recovered and was calling someone, I left the place.

What will be the best process and way for the public to contact the right unit and to have a fast response time? As I saw the same delay and problem when I was handling few other road accidents where it was critical to send the injured person to hospital on an ambulance.

An injury can become worse or even fatal when a person is transported by public who will not assess the type of injury (including the internal fractures/injuries) and risks of moving the injured person and transporting in a car.

The other time was when many of us was unsuccessful in trying to call TNB 15454 to cut off a 415V cable during a fire.
(Fire At Kg Lindungan Nov 2002 :
http://selians.blogspot.com/2006/01/fire-at-kg-lindungan-nov-2002.html)

Is Malaysia far behind on such services?