Could probably do with better food photography skills! Here is my Spaghetti with Brazilian Spinach cream sauce. Brazilian spinach and parsley grown in the Hartamas driveway.

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Could probably do with better food photography skills! Here is my Spaghetti with Brazilian Spinach cream sauce. Brazilian spinach and parsley grown in the Hartamas driveway.

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Enemy no. 1 in the garden! Not sure if it is a carcass or a moult… Friends do question my “hands-on” pest control methodology at times

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Outta my face!

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Postponed to this Saturday, 16 Nov. Only a few more places left at @eatsshootsandroots, ping me ASAP if you’d like to come!

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Probably the largest design job I have ever been commissioned to do (12 feet wide, haha) which is a nice change from mobile & desktop screens! Painted by community in Straits Green. In collaboration with The Art E Space in Penang.

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Nicely packed coffee grounds grabbed from a big coffee chain. Quite a substantial size, and no mega branding either. Well planned… So here’s the test: Who can identify the chain?

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A day and some drops of dish detergent later, the mark of the #election has worn off. With the power of my right hand I could have made it disappear faster but I was too fixated on the refresh button. Not pointing any fingers here (ha-ha) but I think the people in charge have to be held accountable. #ge13 #pru13 #bersih #kotor #malaysia

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Early morning voting, done and dusted. The real party begins now! Let’s see how indelible this ink is. #malaysia #election #bersih #ge13 #pru13

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And these little ones seem to be fine and dandy…

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This little one seems to be running away from the sun!

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And this #geranium seems to be doing better in the sun…

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Dissecting the #lorongkurau #figs. Doesn’t look too appetizing ey!

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And I present to you… #Figs from the exotic #LorongKurau. (Literally found on Lorong Kurau, close to Jalan Bangsar). Can eat or not to eat, that is the question…

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Back in Studio 28-3: Talk about succession; these containers on the rooftop were planted with Cherry Tomatoes, and 2 months after, they have “miraculously” turned into Butterfly Pea. Randomness on the rooftop.

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