I can still remember one meaningful story I read in a primary school supplementary reader. It is about a morning glory flower that was seen as a weak, useless weed by other flowers in the garden. The sunflower mocked the morning glory flower, saying it couldn’t stand straight like the sunflower could. The other flowers … More Morning glory story
When I was sitting on a bench beside the reservoir to rest, where families, joggers and cyclists occasionally pass by, a little girl, probably about 5 years old, came up to me and handed me a small flower that she probably plucked from a nearby shrub before continuing her way. I felt honored and decided … More Appreciating the wonders and beauty of Nature at Lower Peirce Reservoir Park
A red double hibiscus plant, with several flowers in blooming and budding stages. Photos taken in Singapore.
“Trees are poems the earth writes upon the sky” ~ Kahlil Gibran
“When one flower blooms, spring awakens everywhere” ― John O’Donohue This photo of a yellow mimosa flower was taken in an open field in Paya Lebar area in Singapore.
Featuring swans and a terrapin at the swan lake, various flowering plants, a cascade and some sculptures.
Macro shots and lighting Yesterday, I posted some photos of water plants in my blog. Today, I am going to share about my experiences in taking the macro shots of the plants. As I sat down on the edge of the pond, I noticed small water droplets sitting on the green textured leaves that float … More Notes on learning photography (Part 5)