As I was saying in my previous post, my arm and chest had some discomfort, I went for a traditional massage, using a spoon and some hot cream to "korek" (scrape) my back and front. They are all red now...
Sorry, I'm off the topic again.. coming back to the pictures here, I realize that I love looking at greenery scenery now, I am changed... Last time I couldn't be bothered... now as I grow more "matured" (ahem), I love to admire and be mesmerized at the soothing scenery before my eyes...
I started walking from here...
A sight to behold...ReplyDelete
Looking at those, stress ppl oso feel no more stress dy. :)ReplyDelete
we gotta look at more greens. its good for us. very peaceful likeReplyDelete
Even I am mesmerised by the tranquility of those images, and I feel more relaxed! Perhaps I shud print out such pics & paste it all over my house! Thanks for sharing, Claire. ;-)ReplyDelete
ooo nice :)ReplyDelete
I too have noticed over the past few years that I have "slowed down" and enjoyed all the "greenness" about me as well as taking the time to truly enjoy it. I am glad your visit helped calm you and hope you are feeling much better. Your photos are just beautiful by the way!ReplyDelete
Is that the Taiping lake garden?ReplyDelete
The shapes of the dark tree limbs in the first picture are so good, and yes, I love that cute tree. But your reflections are just amazing, so beautiful!! This post is so full of beauty, and I feel that I've taken this walk with you! But I hope you see the doctor for that pain.ReplyDelete
woah! so much greens! its good for your eyes. i think i need more greens too :) i look at the computer screen TOO much la.ReplyDelete
have a lovely weekend.
jen @ www.charmoflife.ca
Oh wow! I love the reflection photos. Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Claire, you went for guak sar ah? Got sexy pic like Mamarazzi anot? Come, show!ReplyDelete
the green is very soothing for the eyes n soul :DReplyDelete
very pretty horr.....duno wana move to ipoh or not hahahahhaReplyDelete
mingna: your hometown is very nice..ReplyDelete
caroline: yes, i love these.. got many more i took..
irene: yes, we forgot about nature when we r at home...or working...
mamapumpkin: paste it all over? hahaha.. make wallpaper also good hor?
zzany: yes, they are.. so natural..
cheryl: yes, i agree, i must slow down on my work too..ReplyDelete
pikey: yes, absolutely right!
ginny: i will wait for a day or two.. i slow down on my computer work and sleep earlier.. then i see from there... thanks!
jen: me too.. over engrossed in the pc la..
kay: yes, me too...the reflections are beautiful...
cleff: forgot to take la.. ok, i try to post up one aftermath.. 18+sg..
elaine: wah..so poetic! :p
manglish: aiyah, u go stay japan better lar.. nice weather, well mannered people.. :p
hmmm... the taiping lake that i took is different ... but anyway, i like the lake.ReplyDelete
Clair: What neat shots around the lake, it is not weird to love a tree.ReplyDelete
the tree is cute :D it looks like it came out from a fairytale story!take care dear!ReplyDelete
Although I am not as mature as you are.. hehehe.. I too love greens. I feel very relaxed when I am surrounded by greeneries..ReplyDelete
TZ: YES, yours is DSLR.. mine is nokia hp.. :p but love the sceneries there all the same..ReplyDelete
fishingguy: yes, i do love that tree...
beii: yes, like enchanted tree in enid blyton..
kiasumum": hehehe.. means u r still a kid.. ok lar..accepted.. soothing to the eyes, right..
taiping has that signature trees! love the scenery n u captured lovely reflections too! hope u r beter now.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful place!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Taiping Lake Garden, hehe. a good spot for relaxing our mind ;)ReplyDelete
and I'm proud to be a Taiping lang~
Nice refreshing massage...and nice scenery, good way to relaX!ReplyDelete
wenn: yes, after some koreking, feels better a bit today..ReplyDelete
chubs: yes, it is beautiful..
hayley: so u r a taiping nang.. good! nice place u have..
pete: for kids and adults.. very nice..
Ya...nice to 'smell the roses' once in a while ya!ReplyDelete
I love the huge stable trees. They are so shady and such magnificence to behold!
You're not alone, Claire. I love trees too. Somehow they exude that sense of serenity, eh? Thanks for sharing those lovely pictures. Hope you're feeling better.ReplyDelete
ann: yes, they are beautiful..ReplyDelete
happysurfer: yes, better today..thank u..
Nice...lovely place. They should have more nature spots like this - good for the environment too.ReplyDelete
The pictures are indeed very soothing.Kept looking at the pictures.With such greenery before your eyes..you can't help but be mesmerized and admire it.Get well soon.ReplyDelete
where did you go claire? taiping?ReplyDelete
There is so much beauty all around you as you walk, your soul will be soothed as well as your body.ReplyDelete
I especially like the first shady photo under the big tree, very lovely.
i also feel better now...hehehe...so many greens in my eyes now...kekekeReplyDelete
stp: yes, they should conserve all these spots.. so soothing to be there..ReplyDelete
customprogramming: agree with u!
barb: yes i went there last weekend.. runaway.. hahhaa..
glennis: glad u agree with me.. i like it too!
Looks like there are too many alga. :DReplyDelete
Working stress today...went ur blog saw so many greens...soothing edyReplyDelete
This place is clean and green. It's gorgeous. Is it in Ipoh?ReplyDelete
A slow walk at least 3 days in a week surely make a healthier you! Love the greens too :-)ReplyDelete
via: so effective ah... hahaa...ReplyDelete
tekkaus: wah..your eyes are very sharp!
ling: next time i put more greens..
aishiang: no, in Taiping... it is at the Taiping Lake..
dora: my only walk is with the dog.. she leads me..
wow, nice place... must go must go i love the lake and the greensReplyDelete
irene.. then u must go visit taiping lake one day...ReplyDelete
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