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Wednesday, 15 July 2009

Life in Sheffield - Day 39 (Evening in the park)

I love parks!!
I would go to Metropolitan, Titiwangsa, Kiara Park, even Lake garden in Malaysia!!
What do they have in common?
They are parks of course, and they have a lake!!
*Yes they do. How nice!!*

There are lots of parks here in Sheffield.
I've been to the parks in Buxton and Chatsworth House.
You can read about it HERE and HERE.
*Just click it*

Like I said just now, there are lots of parks in Sheffield.
There's a park about a kilometre away from my flat.
A relatively small one with a playground and a football field.
Field's not really even, and lots of waste. Dog waste.

There's another park called Peace Garden.
I haven't have a daylight shooting of it yet but I promise I will do it.
As for night shots, read the previous post or click HERE to read it.

Today, I'll be talking about Norfolk Heritage Park.
Its quite far away from my flat. Maybe 20-30mins walk.
But I love it there. The park is HUGE and we can do anything there!!
*Ahem* Sports..I meant.. *Ahem*


Last friday was my second time to Norfolk Heritage Park.
We were pretty bored as there isn't class on that day.
So Stef went to the city with Yvette and Mei Mun.
Initially we planned to have a picnic there but later we decided to just go there and play.
So Stef went to the nearby sports shop to get some gears for us to play.
We now have a football, basketball, frisbee, rugby, tennis rackets and softball bats.

Yeah, we had so manythings to play in the park.
It was really good!!
The tennis rackets are of poor quality but its okay as most of them doesn't know how to play.
There isn't a tennis court in Norfolk Park anyways.
Softball bats..Its actually made from hard sponge and it is meant for kids.
But who cares~ As long as we have fun!!!

Okay, enough talk, lets move on to photos..

Softball game..

*Andrew - Pitcher*

*Tim - Batter*

*Charles - Batter*

Oh did I mention Charles shaved his head? Adorable *LOL Charles!!*

*Vyen, Mong Jia - Baseman*

*Yuet Hua - Catcher*

*Stef missing the hit*

*Kek ready to bat*

*Me pitching*

*Hua trying to do the screwball*

*Ming Hong throws and Tim hits*

*Tim running to the 1st base upon a successful hit*

*We got tired of hitting with the bat so we used the tennis racket instead..LoL*

*Andrew the photographer*

After several games of softball, we finally took a break.
Break times are photo taking sessions for us.
*Somehow we never get tired of that*

*What was supposed to be a Starwars posing session...*

*...turned into a real lightsaber fight*

*Stef's comment in Facebook "I killllll uuuuu....."*
Totally cute!!

*Compare and Contrast: Both reds, height quite contrasting*

*The sky that day..Totally beautiful*

*How not to take a photo with the nice blue sky?*

*Allen, my new flatmate joined us after football*

*Kek said "I'm a BIG man..*

*...but I'm still a child inside"*

*Ming Hong turned into a scarecrow*

*Everyone bullied him by stuffing all the sports equipment in his shirt*

After the break we continued playing.
We played until the sun is setting.
Feeling hungry, we wondered what time was it.
It was 2 hours past our dinner time!!
It was really late and we were all very hungry.
But everyone had fun. A lot of fun. Everyone loved it.
In fact, we loved it so much that we played again 2 days later.

Thats all for now!!
Next up is Summer Oriental Party!!

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