November 26, 2006

turn it off

50mm lens. +4 close-up filter and a very restless spirit stuck in a hotel room waiting for a show to begin. I wanted to take the view from the window but the glass was misted up. Then the chase to find interesting spots began and how close I could get with these filters.

It's a lazy Sunday. Woke up and took my mum to the clinic. Her eyes swelled up last night. Doctor said it was a bad allergic reaction which should clear up in a couple of days. Came home and decided to clean up my study. After this, I'm walking to the shops to get some biscuits. Peanut Butter Cream Oreos perhaps. Yeah, I think so. Ooh, I'll pop in a DVD later. That should be good to close a lazy day.

Hope your Sunday was stress and trouble-free. Tra!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ed, what is this ???

My thoughts to your Mum.

Have a good lazy day. For us, as it is a BirthDay day, we'll have Champagne, foie gras and Burgundy wine ;-)

6:40 PM  
Blogger Irredento Urbanita said...

wwooww Edwin, I am sure you are uploading your best photos, some of the architecture of Kuala Lumpur has a surrealist style, and I love that. The phallo of Agbar in my blog of Barcelona is not very similar to those two of your blog. A matter of cultures.

A great hug from Barcelona and thanx for those pretty images.

7:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ok..turn it off.
and hope you have the nice lazy Sunday.and hope your mommy's eyes are recovering soon.
and i had a lazy Sunday already, slept much more, and cooked nice food for my tummy...
the night is coming....


8:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

tats a good way to spend a sunday. my weekends for the next couple of weeks is spent studying for exams. then i look forward to a month of lazy days.. ;-)
BTW The towering building shots are very majestic and grand!

6:07 AM  
Blogger Pod said...

hope you're mums ok? tis monday here now. grrr! just emailed you ;0)

7:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hope your mum gets well super fast.

7:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Peanut butter cream oreos? Yuk, come on! Do you know that more and more research shows that poor quality food impacts on your emotional wellbeing?

Try eating good food! And by that I don't mean raw carrots, but sitting down to a tasty meal, one that excites your palate and your mind, one that brings you joy - to be shared with people whose company you enjoy of course, with good conversation. That's the French recipe for happiness!!!

9:33 AM  
Blogger Ame said...

Hey Guy! Hope your dear sweet Mom is ok by the time you read this! GEEEEEZ! That's wierd! And glad the water drip wasn't about to fall in this shot...that always makes me stress...never know just exactly WHEN it's gonna fall...Chinese water torture comes to mind! I've had ONE to many glasses of Cabernet! ARREST me and send me to Oahu! LOLOL! ;-)

12:07 PM  
Blogger Ame said... bad! TOO many glasses...not TO! GEEZ! ;-)

12:07 PM  
Blogger Pod said...

dont listen to nathalie, she's bonkers!! ha ha. tis true what she says, but you have to treat yourself and be naughty once in a while. stuff your face and worry not.

i owe you another drink now. maybe lunch?? thanks so much!!

4:06 PM  
Blogger edwin s said...

hahahahhahaha.... thanks guys!

oh nathalie, I had the oreos as a bit of luxury for the day. I know how 'bad' they are but I guess I need a quick fix every now and then :) I had freshly baked croissants today.

hey ame, save a spot for me on the Oahu boaty... I think Kala should be back by then ;p

hey poddy... see you in Sydney then. Not doing the slopes then?

My mum is better. Her eyes aren't that bad today. I can see them (through old pair of sunglasses of mine which she wears everywhere IN the house!)

6:23 PM  

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