Splashes of Colours

Photowalks in Singapore


Ann Siang Hill & Botanical Garden

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Now that it is year-end and schedules are less hectic, I made a point to go around Singapore to take photos. This is what some of my peers will call it ‘Photowalk’.

I have joined any other group in doing this, but mass groups of photographers swamping places in photowalks are quite common in this country. They love to visit places very early in the morning, which is very clever. I am definitely not against it, but jus have not come across opportunities to start joining the groups.

But I go for such walks myself. Top aim is to brush up my skills by practicing and more practicing.

Ann Siang Hill and Botanical Garden were my conquest last weekend. Not very proud of my photos, I think they are too stiff and boring, no creative angle, no fun, no story. Frankly, I am quite disappointed. However, I took this as my lessons and would continue to strive for improvement. (though, a part of me is convinced that good eyes are genetics.)

I post my photos here: MyDSLRJourney. So if you don’t mind giving me some feedback, please do drop a note there.


Other photowalks to be embarked on:

Punggol waterfront
Tanah merah
Jurong lake, Chinese and Japanese gardens
Marina barrage
Kampong glam
Arab street
Orchard road
Joo chiat rd
Kallang basin
Bukit brown
Southern ridges
Lower seletar reservoir

And many more…..


I am hoping my trip to Auckland will turn out to be a fabulous feat for my photograph collection. *smile*


2 thoughts on “Photowalks in Singapore

  1. Enjoyed seeing your photos!

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