Posts Tagged ‘LEE’

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

This lone rock in the background should be the king of rocks along CBW. Standing at a height of about 2.3meters against the waves and winds, its a sight that you wont miss while strolling along the boardwalk. This was a sunrise shot, which was not really a popular sunrise location as it’s backlitting the big rock. However, it gives it a sense of majesty as it leads all the rocks “out at low tide”.

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

An offshore trip to Kukup Island for the Singapore Maritime Week photography competition. Not really related to the competition but this has been a favorite sunrise shot for me as the low tide at this area with some waters still in this bay and the vibrant sunrise together with such symmetrical reflections kept me standing in the waters for at least 10 minutes while others head for the breakwaters. My shoes were soaked though…

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

Another one of my favorite shots of Changi Beach CP6. This shot was taken at low angle with the waters rippling over the sand formations. These wonderful ripples are especially emphasized with a clear sky and powerful sunrise on this day.

A project that will be ongoing to restore some of my best works from the day I started taking photos.

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

One of my favorite shots of Changi Beach CP6. This shot was taken just when the sun was ascending slowly at the horizon and litting up the curves of the meanders formed by the retreating tide and waves. It appears that the low tide sand formations are ever changing and such variations were so appealing especially during sunrise. I call this hot curves.

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.

An impromptu sunset shoot, considering gloomy weather and almost zero chance of colors in skies, I am glad I took a bet against the weather knowing that it really love playing with my feelings. Lol…

Me and Billy head down this area after my suggestion, welcomed by a sudden stroke of lightning flash and thunder ripping through the skies, sending families at Popeye’s went scrambling into their cars and shelters and scaring children till tears. In my mind that time, I was thinking, that’s it man. Another day where the weather decided to toy with me again. Well after we cross the bridge, we saw the orange glow and after 20minutes, the transition to fiery red skies makes me smile again.

Sharing some shots on this gloomy turned fiery evening.

Punggol Sunset Pano #1

1859HRS
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I thought ooo, it was the end as the colors faded.
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Comes a surprising 10mins… starting at 1912HRS
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1913HRS
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Strange how the light cuts off here but thats the way it is…
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1916HRS. The peak of this transition with awesome lighting.
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Cooling off at 1918HRS.
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Homebound…
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