Most photographers will find it hard to associate the 719 square kilometres sized 1st world city-nation of Singapore to provide much of nature but the surprise is that the city has actually portioned out an area of significantly more than 30 square kilometres on its mainland for a minimum of 24 nature reserves and ‘nature areas’ and as such, there is actually quite an abundant variety of nature for one to seek out.
Follow the link for list of nature reserves and areas here
For me its generally a ritual where I make it a point to visit one during the school holidays and this time its Pasir Ris Park and thus this post alone will just cover the Pasir Ris Park / Beach area.
Slater on some sun-tan, bring lots of water and you are ready to go with a good focal length reach and a weather resistant camera kit and here’s to share some of the wildlife one can find in this nature area.
The variety of sizes alone is interesting. Let’s take a look.
Obviously also we have friends who are more land-based.
Even the smallest beauties of nature are present if you know where to look.
As a friend who’s an accomplished photographer once said, there’s little need to travel overseas to shoot unless one has fully covered his own backyard.