Flower Blossom in Singapore

Firstly, this isn’t exactly a travel post

since this place is just a 5 minutes walk away from home. However, due to the recent weather fluctuation that probably made the trees think its a winter to spring transition, almost all the trees and plants in Singapore have decided to bloom all at once, giving us a chance to imagine that Singapore finally has sakura flowers. Seeing this opportunity, I grabbed my camera and made my out out for a practice session.

First sight I saw entering the path.

First sight I saw entering the path.

While walking towards the canal.

While walking towards the canal.

Flowers blooming by the side of the path.

Flowers blooming by the side of the path.

Before exiting the Path to the Bridge

In a passing of a day, this tree that usually goes unnoticed, had turned into an attraction.

In a passing of a day, this tree that usually goes unnoticed, had turned into an attraction.

At the bridge spanning the canal..

View of the Path on the Bridge.

View of the Path on the Bridge.

View of the Path on the Bridge.

View of the Path on the Bridge.

View of the Path from across the bridge. Don't those palm trees make it look like a jungle? I remember getting bitten by a mozzie while taking shooting this particular picture.

View of the Path from across the bridge. Don’t those palm trees make it look like a jungle? I remember getting bitten by a mozzie while taking shooting this particular picture.

On the way home

Random shot while on the way home, playing with my new Nikkon 35mm F1.8.

Random shot while on the way home, playing with my new Nikkon 35mm F1.8. Really loving the depth of field it can create.

On a last note

These flowers aren’t sakura flowers. They are called trumpet flowers.

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