flood in kuching

kuching city flood ~ in Malaysia – Sarawak -200901 –

various picture from blogger –

i just found all of this at google search  –

For my Collection of this picture – i manage to combine some of the picture to here –

this view is at Kuching water front  –

haha – picture with full of memory – flood –

This is the worst picture i found for the kuching FLOOD –

School Also Flood –

MJC Road –

Home get flood  –

Ohya- this picture is nice – but the water is not =.=

another home food view –

post from sweetsurrender.99.com.my

can play Water Game – huhuhu –

How about this ? Flood in the dark 0-

Kuching (cat city) Padungan Area –

::: iridescenewings.blogspot.com , i dont know where this picture taken – but i am sure is in kuching area –

so , this is few picture of Kuching Flood of the year – 2009 January –

You may search more Kuching Flood in Google.com / Yahoo.com

Starlings Spectacular Flocks Turns Skies Black (9) 9

Starlings Spectacular Flocks Turns Skies Black

Millions of starlings turns the skies black as they dip through the air for food at dawn and dusk by creating a spectacular formation. The best time to watch these starlings is before dusk, as they come home to roost; yet another beautiful sight is at the first light when the starlings leave their nest.

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Starlings Spectacular Flocks Turns Skies Black (9) 6These extraordinary pictures were taken in Gretna Green, Scotland, shows more than a million birds wheeling and turning as one, billowing clouds of starlings are transformed into images of a penguin, cartoon characters, and a shoe.

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Spectacular Display Of Color – Tulip Fields

At first glance it looks like as if these aren’t real, but a creation on canvas. Millions of tulips in various colors like pink, orange, purple, yellow, red, & green create this amazing effect. Both the flower & its name originated in the Ottoman Empire, although tulips are associated with Holland. A tulip isn’t actually a Dutch flower as many tend to believe. And as a matter of fact, tulips were brought to Europe in the 16th century. The tulip, or “Lale” as it is called in Turkey, is a flower indigenous to certain parts of Central Asia. Though these amazing fields are like a rainbow, this colorful landscape is a short-lived phenomenon as once the flowers are gone, there comes the regular crops of vegetables.

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Spectacular Display Of Color - Tulip Fields (11) 5Fields of tulips viewed from within Keukenhof Gardens.

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Spectacular Display Of Color - Tulip Fields (11) 7The fields of northern Holland changes into a colorful springtime display.

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Spectacular Display Of Color - Tulip Fields (11) 9Netherlands windmills fields of tulips.

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Spectacular Display Of Color - Tulip Fields (11) 11The tulip fields of the northern Netherlands, an extraordinary 60 million tulips can be seen coming into flower. In Dutch more than 10,000 hectares are dedicated to the cultivation of these flowers, & more than three billion tulips are grown each year & two-thirds of these are exported, mostly to the U.S. & Germany.

diffusion of light

A diffusion of light, a twirl of imagination. The ambiguous and deliberately evasive form of ‘Eva’ presents itself to be a radiant morning fixation or perhaps a lazy cloud in the sky. Designed for self assembly from 4 identical, circular pieces of polypropylene. And if all else fails, try it on as a hat.

Designer: Siwei Fang