Sunday, July 10, 2005

Evolution

Yesterday morning I went back to
3000m
where I saw all these things
evolution
Don't they look beautiful? Actually, you can see them @ the Evolution Garden @ Singapore Botanics Garden. I went there with my parents and I had a great time walking, talking to my parents and also clicking my camera away. The Evolution Garden also has these beautiful flowers at the sides of the footpath:
evolutionflowers
Outside the Evolution Garden, I saw more beauties and some little "beasts" (ie. caterpillar and a moth larva which are quite cute since they are harmless:
beauty&beast
I couldn't resist quickly taking a shot of the nice toilet outside the Orchid Garden before someone in the toilet cubicle came out and thought I was a weirdo. I was glad to see the 2 swans and the duck back @ the swan lake after the long renovation of that area.
toiletswan

6 comments:

JerL said...

These photographs are beautiful!!! I also want to go there some day with my camera! Great takes.. These shots have very good focus, good lighting and angle.. Nice shots you have there.. and a young budding photographer :) I feel like going there now...

coboypb said...

Thanks. I didn't do much - just on constant look out for beautiful flowers, interesting stuff, go near to subject and be careful of any flying insects :)

slushy said...

agreed that these are very nice and can see that you've put in a lot of effort in doing them up for the blog. And you've made one convert! ;p I've just been to the same place a few weeks ago and also posted up my pictures. But didnt' go see the swans, went to the other side of the gardens where there's a herb garden, etc.

the baker said...

wow those are some lovely photographs! yea the evolution garden is really something huh? i didn't know it existed till i visited botanic gardens sometime last year... pleasant surprise... it's a good place to jog too =)

budak said...

Glad you enjoyed the trip. I recall a letter to the newspaper shortly after the Evolution Garden was opened, which complained that the exhibit was boring and contrived. I guess for some people, a plant is a plant is plant is a plant. Once you've seen one, you've seen them all...

coboypb said...

I guess I'm lucky to have captured the nice parts of Evolution Garden. I won't say that the Garden is a masterpiece but there are some interesting beautiful plants and flowers if we bother to look carefully :)