Saturday, July 4, 2009

Is there a Forest in Singapore?

Waterdrop after the morning Showers.
Look at the sky after heavy pour
Another drip of water in some flower.
Waterdrop on flower.
Mangosteen tree spotted which is quite rare in public.
This kicking of the water is taken from SLOW SHUTTER.
Natural Raindrops on Stalk.
Love this Panning Shot!!!!
This bird was about to fly away after hearing my focusing.
Here I captured it.
Another black bird captured. Love the Bokeh background.
Uhhh...what is this huh?
Couldn't snap what it captured. Look at the saliver.

A squirrel digging for something in the dry leaves.
The Lower Peirce Reservoir is one of the oldest reservoirs in Singapore. It is located near the MacRitchie Reservoir and the Upper Peirce Reservoir .It was originally created as the Peirce Reservoir but was designated as lower upon the creation of the Upper Peirce Reservoir. It is 6 hectares in size and contains many trees that are over 100 years old. There is a Lower Peirce Trail, which is a 900-metre boardwalk that takes visitors through a mature secondary forest. The reservoir is the source of the Kallang River, the longest river in Singapore.


  1. Nice one's especially the rain drop. What is a panning shot?

  2. I meant to ask how is a panning shot taken.

  3. I was on a wrong url.

    I have a Canon A710 IS, not as sophisticated as your's but sufficient for me. It has a 'panning' mode. Can i make use of this?

  4. As for panning Shots, you need to use the view finder not the LCD. Yes, you can use the panning mode BUT preferably using the slow shutter TV mode. Be patient, try lot's of shots and you will get a few you like. Try it and post in your blog mate! Cheers!