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Tag Archives: trees
Every time I pass this stretch of road I admire these trees with the dark branches and yellow green leaves.
Evenings in Singapore are pretty hot. It only gets cool after 7.30pm when the sun has set. The sky has been undeniably pretty though, with those wispy cirrus clouds.
Lovely canopy of trees and it was pretty relaxing even though it was the weekend. I guess we got lucky with the timing as people were leaving as we arrived at the Starbucks at Big Splash. (Wrote the post some … Continue reading
Headed towards the quiet of Sembawang beach and it felt good to walk around (although there is still renovation going on and lots of barricades up). Trying to get with the usual New Year promise that everyone makes – to … Continue reading
We are still awaiting for the renovations at the East Coast Beach to be complete. Used to hang out at the Macs there but it’s since moved further down to where all the seafood restaurants are.
I may complain that Singapore lacks nature and is just too urban, but sometimes I feel that the roads themselves can be a green oasis. You just need to find the scenic route. But when all that fails there’s always … Continue reading
We have some really pretty stretches of roads. I love all our trees and especially these pretty ones with yellow leaves somewhere near Chijmes. We didn’t use to have trees like this in the past and I wonder where they … Continue reading
Rain trees and blue skies. Freshly tarred roads that makes me say, so this is why they gave us the Disneyland moniker.
When I was taking the escalator at the MRT station called Stadium, it jerked. I then wondered what if this thing suddenly stopped? It would be a long flight down. Pretty scary as I think this very long escalator goes … Continue reading
Ok. Singapore really is a garden city and even though I’ve lived here all my life, I am still impressed by the canopy of trees shading our highways and the pretty palms lined up near the airport. Always fun to … Continue reading
On the way to Bedok Reservoir Park, which is a bit hard to find, we passed by a mosque that looked majestic against the blue sky. I like my photos best when the weather is unbearably hot. They always turn … Continue reading
One of the prettiest trees in Singapore is the one with dark branches and yellowish green leaves. I still don’t know what these trees are called, but they don’t seem tropical to me. I have nothing against tropical, but we … Continue reading
I found the Christmas decorations in Stockholm and Helsinki absolutely charming. Christmas felt more magical and less commercial. Real Christmas trees rather than artifical ones was one huge factor. Decorations were tasteful and not gaudy like it can be in … Continue reading
I love experiencing new things. Took advantage of the low season and went to Scandinavia during a period no one wants to go there. Basically it’s mostly dark and grey with just 6 hours of daylight from about 9am to … Continue reading
I have a poor sense of direction, so the clearly marked signs were comforting. In green too, blending nicely into the natural surroundings. What was new and cool, was that the MRT station has been included. Even though it was … Continue reading
I wonder which company is behind this new marketing gimick. It’s not the job agency monster.com, but looks a little like the monster mascot. Been seeing these near KK hospital and on the outskirts of town. Kinda cute with them … Continue reading
The area around Orchard Road true to it’s name is quite an orchard. I would love to see town (our term since teenhood, for the shopping district) become more of a green oasis just like New York’s Central Park. I … Continue reading
I always think of the Pinnacle at Duxton as Lee Kuan Yew’s flat as it’s touted as his idea to develop the area. Although I may not agree with the man and take offense at some of his comments pertaining … Continue reading
Saw branches falling down from high up. They work in the blazing hot sun and in precarious situations. Not a job for someone with vertigo. These transient workers are the ones who keep Singapore looking like a finely groomed garden.
I think this is the few places on earth where you can spot huge ships and tankers at the beach. Not so good for swimming, but it’s quite a glorious sight from a distance. All those coconut trees at East … Continue reading
I have countless photos of trees. Love em. One of our many ‘do not’ signs. I can’t ride a bike, so this looks like a good way to travel to me. Like the shade factor too. Love the yellow of … Continue reading