Posts Tagged ‘Jetty’

This shot was taken with a Nikon D700 in Singapore, 2010.

Not a regular sunrise hot spot for me. The area was littered with plastic bags and debris. Waters were not clear. Nevertheless, when all seems to be gone for this particular morning sunrise, the colors came out from background to lit up the day. Sembawang jetty is a hot spot for fishing and campers overnight. At low tide, this area do have a little bit of potential.

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This shot was taken with a Nikon D700 in Singapore, 2010.

A boat at Lim Chu Kang Jetty during sunrise. Calm waters, subtle tones. Just pure desolation.

This shot was taken with a Nikon D700 in Singapore, 2010.

One of the mini jetty for kayakers to dock and dismount at Lower Seletar Reservoir on a peacefully beautifully dawn. One of the reasons I love this area though the lack of angles for shots would be the simply silent feel it gave me. Watching dawn fade off as the sun rises here is as quiet as it gets (in the past that is). Nowadays the wooden platform is replaced with plastic platforms. Sort of lose that rustic feel as a whole.

This shot was taken with a Nikon D700 at Busselton, Western Australia, 2009.

Busselton Jetty was undergoing extensive repair works when I was there. 2km long jetty, known for being the world’s longest, lives up to its reputation at this sunset. The magenta and reddish cast into the clouds above the jetty houses are a nice complement to the overall scene. People fishing, walking and relaxing along the stretch of the jetty are just some scenes of how a getaway from the hectic lifestyle could be here. Love to have a strong down this famed longest jetty once more.

This shot was taken with a Nikon D700 en route to Albany via Albany Highway near Stirling Ranges in Western Australia, 2009.

Recommended by my cousin for the great seafood here, we paid a visit to Emu Point for a nice simple seafood fare at Squid Shack. Before that, I can’t miss taking the colors that are falling upon the jetty with the sun setting behind. Taken at the blue hour with sunset colors, this long exposure was extremely tough with my lightweight tripod in the strong winds and cold temperatures. Nevertheless, got one shot and this is it.

Paid a visit to Lower Seletar Reservoir. Since the wooden little jetty was replaced, it sort of lost that rustic feel. Nevertheless love the calm waters here. But what a sight we were in for with more and more photographers gathering in this area for morning sunrise. SG scapes really limited till nowadays alot of these places are heavily shot. Nonetheless, it’s always a challenge to shoot with limited angles and with people clustering in same position. Just need that special gap and moment. Lol…

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