These pictures were taken over a period of several months from May to July 2011. Earlier, I had shown pictures of the Punggol Waterway near the Punggol Reservoir. This time around are pictures taken at the Serangoon Reservoir end, where the red bridge leads to Lorong Halus Wetland.
There are barricades at the Punggol Promenade next to the red bridge. So there is no close up pictures of the inner works progression just yet. Hopefully things are progressing up to speed. Even on Sundays, I see construction works going on.
Map (click for larger view)
Punggol Waterway at Serangoon Reservoir
The circular bridge here is of similar design to the one at Punggol Reservoir. There is another bridge as seen in the photo below – still under construction.
Sunset viewed from Lorong Halus Wetland
Punggol Promenade near Serangoon Reservoir Dam Opposite Coney Island
The whitish column on the left frame is the Punggol Promenade. Great view for a nature walk and a cycling track. Opposite is Coney Island. The danger signs on the boays are wonderful resting places for birds. In this picture, there is a bird perching there.
Sunset at Serangoon Reservoir Dam
The red streaks will appear from 7.15pm onwards. So don’t be in a hurry to leave just yet. Even after 7.30pm, the sunset lingers and twilight appears. On that particular day, there is almost an aurora like appearance to that sunset. Those two streaks in the above picture I am too sure what they are, certainly not dust. Could be birds streaking by. Those pictures are taken at the water’s edge. If you are there, don’t be surprise to hear sudden loud splashing sounds – there are fishes in the water.
Haven’t been there in August. Will see if there is time during the weekends. Enjoy the pictures!