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Southern Ridges – Kent Ridge Park

The last part of our Southern Ridges Walk took us along the Canopy Walk to Kent Ridge Park and finally to Science Park I. It was an amazing morning with lots to see and photograph and I really enjoyed nature, the city, silence, tranquility and the lush greenery inmidst the Singaporean urban jungle.


Southern Ridges – Hort Park

A wonderful place to be for all nature lovers and photographers is Hort Park. It brings together gardening-related, recreational, educational, research and retail activities. There’s something for young and old – a beautiful, tranquil & colorful place to be.


Southern Ridges – Part I

Today we walked the Southern Ridges – it’s a unique trail that spans from Mount Faber to Kentridge Park and to Labradore Nature Reserve. It is amazing for nature lovers and photographers. We started early in the morning and it was simply stunning and breathtaking. The Fauna and Flora of Singapore is a beautiful one and even though I took some nice snapshots, they can’t match nature’s real beauty.

For part I of the walk I will show you some photos from Marang Trail to the Forest Walk.


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Black and yellow Millipede

I was so thrilled when I saw this beauty at the Siglap area yesterday evening. It was so stunning to watch and I had to take my I-Phone and take some photographs. This tiny little thing was so fast that it was almost impossible to get a sharp photograph – and it didn’t want to stop – but I was lucky and got the following two snapshots. When I came home I looked it up and it is a so called ‘Black and yellow Millipede’ (Anoplodesmus saussurii) and it’s often confused with another guy that smells like almonds and is native to the US. You won’t find this millipede, Harpaphe haydeniana, in Singapore.

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Caterpillar on Sunflower

A few days ago I got the sunflower and today, when I watered it, I saw something itsy bitsy tiny crawling on the maroon flowerhead. I took a closer look and discovered a tiny caterpillar with black dots. I really don’t know what caterpillar it is, maybe a moth but not quite sure. It definitely is amazing how this little animal found its way on my flower and so I decided to take some photos. Again I used my I-Phone and the OlloClip for the macros. Have fun! (:


Singapore Walks 2

This time I will show you some impressions from Fort Canning Park (it’s amazing to take your time and just stroll around) and Asian Civilisations Museum. I love this museum and I remember that I was there in 2010 for the very first time when we even didn’t know that we would live here one day.

 


CEE’S BLACK & WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE: CANDID PHOTO (PEOPLE OR ANIMALS)

IMG_5497A gecko enjoying the sun at our balcony…

DSC03182A wonderful butterfly just sitting around…

IMG_5423A snapshot when I did my evening walk at the East Coast…

DSC03253Last Christmas at Orchard Road…

DSC03378Just watching…

IMG_5013Waiting…

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Sunday Photo Walk: The Green Corridor

It was a great Sunday Photo Walk down the old railway line – it really was amazing! – to see some of the old tracks and old houses, the luscious flora and the stunning fauna. We started at the old Bukit Timah Railway Station and headed down south to Jalan Bukit Merah. Enjoy all the impressions in deep green and red rust.


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