where the heart is

"I could travel the world over, Live in far away places, I think..., but Truly, this is where the heart is... this is  Local." - ika 19/10/16

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Upperstar Damai

Cozier & FriendlierA mural right  before the entrance - makes the outlet looks cozier and friendlier.

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Cherry on Top

Breathtaking. Silent for seconds. Just had to stop to freeze the moment. 6.39am Cherry On Top at 7.06am

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nearby HSBC in town

The Heritage Graffiti "aftermath" Ian paying his tribute to the victims of the recent earthquake that hit Sabah so suddenly Every person's remembering will be different. That engagement is important, I think. - Christian Marclay

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Pattern(2)

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Street Art, Graffiti, Mural

 Street Art, Graffiti, Mural Picture: Mural of Golden Temple of Amritsar, Farfax Station, Virginia Street art is visual art created in public locations, usually unsanctioned artwork executed outside of the context of traditional art venues. The term gained popularity during the graffiti art boom of the early 1980s and continues to be applied to subsequent... Continue Reading →

Gaya Street Souvenir Center

I noticed the durian first, then the rest. The shop outlet in the picture is Gaya Souvenir Center, located right in the heart of KK where tourists normally flock to buy food item to bring back home. Like some spicy chocolate? Totally unique chocolate with flavors like Sabah tea, Cili Padi. I haven't had the chance... Continue Reading →

I remember vividly going to this town in those days either for breakfast or simply to buy stuff. Most of the time for breakfast. That was decades ago. Well, to be exact, three decades ago and it feels just like yesterday. Now, this town doesn't look nowhere near this scenery (picture). I'll make an effort to shoot... Continue Reading →

Noon time

It's good to be able to look out there in between work. A therapy of some sort ... This is 'noon time' framed!

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