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Reflections Of Myself In Qing Xin Ling, Ipoh

I might be going again to the latest Ipoh nature park again... when I browsed through the photos taken in Qing Xin Ling a moment ago, I was still fascinated by the fact that now Ipoh has another glory added to her name.  Besides this leisure and cultural park, another one worth visiting is Gunong Lang but I have not been there as yet.  One fine day, I hope to drop by that place.

Here are some of the pictures I picked up from my folder... hope my pictures are not deceiving and disappointing compared to the real scenery...
One of the ponds filled with hungry fishes...
Another pond with colourful fish...
Just pay a ringgit and we can feed the fishes to our heart's desire....
 
And then.... suddenly something caught my attention.....
Forgotten what it was....
Reflection of my life....
In Ipoh's Nature Park....
Qing Xin Ling 

 

Comments

  1. Very beautiful scenery and a lake full of colourful fishes. Very nice reflection pictures.

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  2. Very beautiful, wish you can share more in the future

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  3. the photos are beautifully taken indeed and I just awed till my jaw dropped on the floor when I saw that pond of colorful koi fish!! amazing!!! :)

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  4. Your fish shot is so beautiful and colorful. and so are you! You are a beautiful sight in your pink shirt, Claire! And today you are DOUBLE beautiful with your pretty reflection!!

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  5. The fish reminds me of our Bukit Aup park here - we'd go there to feed to fish. Have to buy theirs - proper fish feed, not simply throw in anything.

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  6. Eh all the pictures really look like postcards.. Must be canggih camera.. I love the second picture, the fish one.. So nice..

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  7. wah so scenic leh. Lovely place to walk around. Soon there will be many couple who is getting marry will go there take wedding pic lo

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  8. Don't might be going again, pls go again and take more pictures and share with us...

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  9. Very nice scenery. You are getting professional in capturing pictures. We have those fishes at our Friendship Park too.

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  10. Lovely shots. Very beautiful and breath-taking.

    Haha. Sound good to me. Stop and breathe a little. Look at your own reflection in a pond. That is life.

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  11. You really love this new place huh.. I just realized this is your third post of the same place for the same visit :D

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  12. Really beautiful photos. Now I want to visit this place after seeing your photos.

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