On Saturday morning I was up and out early to meet up with some other photographers in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. I had mentioned I was interested in photography at work, and was introduced to Kok Hing (in white, below) who arranged for an outing with some of his photography friends. They go out every Saturday to photograph different things, and this day it was macro bugs in the gardens. It was great fun to meet them and learn more about their photography. It made my trip that much more interesting.
Of course, for me it was trees. Turns out I enjoy photographing trees with leaves too. And the leaves themselves. And the flowers. It was all good! I would like to get back over to the gardens again before I leave, if I can. Maybe an early morning excursion is in order.
Enjoy a bit of the beauty of the gardens with me today!
As a side note, the iPhone is really a wonderful tool for travel photography and sharing. All of the images I’ve shared of the trip so far, and the blog posts, were all created with my iPhone. It’s a powerful tool and I’m finding it a great companion for travel along with my dSLR. I wouldn’t want to be without either one!