Macro Photography

04 Dec

With a dull and cloudy sky today, I think it is appropriate for some macro photography today. Morning to mid afternoon is best time for the outdoors because afternoon and early evening it rains constantly.


Fruits along Punggol Park Connector


Young Fruits

Would you believe it these fruits are found on the bridge railing along Punggol Park Connector? Amazing. Walk too fast and you will miss it. I can’t identify the fruits name. If anyone does, do tell.

white and red flowers

Bee on White and Red Flowers

pretty flowers

Pretty Flowers

These are some of my favourite flowers. So pretty to look at. While I was there, so many bees and other insects flying from flowers to flowers.



Found these toadstools under a tree. The humidity here around mid day is unbelievable even without any direct sunlight. Find some shade, look under and you will be surprised to find so many unexpected things.

It is going to rain as I am writing this. Find shelter and have a great Sunday!


Posted by on December 4, 2011 in photography, postaday2011


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2 responses to “Macro Photography

  1. Sandeep Menon

    December 10, 2011 at 1:44 am

    The fruit is called ‘Coccinea grandis’….It is used as a vegetable in India and is even believed to have medicinal properties….Awesome collection of Urban nature in Singapore.Keep up the good work.

    • hasayang

      December 10, 2011 at 12:17 pm

      Hi Sandeep, thanks for your comments. Thank you so much for that information! I read in your blog that you are a Landscape Architect. What an awesome job and no wonder you know so much about plants. Cheers! 🙂


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