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A Visit To Hazelhead Park When The Sun Is Up

After the church service, it was nearly 5pm and when we were walking to our car, the sun was UP!!  Wasting no time, Aaron suggested that we should make use of the sunny sky to go to the park, it is a rare opportunity to see the sun in the evening... though the weather was still cold, psychologically, it warms us up.  And off we went to Hazelhead Park.....
At the entrance.... 
The fall with different kinds of color on the trees.... 
Too bad my camera did not do justice to the nature park... 
Anyway, we ended up taking lots of pictures on ourselves instead of the park... LOL.. 
Some kind of berry tree?
Yes, my many pictures in the park... endless!
Me with the young people...the students from the Universities here... 
They make me feel young too!
My kids for the day!!
 One is from Hong Kong and another from Sibu.... 
 And of course, I must not lose out on my signature pose!!  LOL...
My hands wide poses... as usual...
My hands wide pose!
Receiving Blessings pose... 
I like this one too.. 
that's the reason for a double posting here... 


  1. Reading this post, reminded me of my first night in London last year. Sun was still up even it was 8pm in the evening when we started our walking. The walking in evening was surreal, not something we can enjoy in Malaysia. Haha.

    Love your hands pose. And the last photo too. Can stand on one foot that long for shot?? ^^

  2. Reminds me I didn't do any walking for a long time...

  3. Wah so many poses! Young at heart!

  4. What fun! The nature is starting to get so pretty! And I love all of your happy and grateful poses!!!

  5. What a lovely park for taking photos, love all the photos you all took, look very cheery!

  6. This is the type of outing that I like!

  7. So nice, you managed to enjoy a walk in the park. Haven't been walking few mornings due to the rain. Love the smiling young faces and poses! Lol!


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