Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Kent Ridge Park

I took it out to Kent Ridge Park one day, a nature park well-known in Singapore for it's canopy walk. Unlike the treetop walk in MacRitchie Nature Reserve, the canopy walk covers a much longer distance, and is not positioned as high. It is a much more accessible and age-friendly walk, and gives a splendid feel of walking through the trees.

I spotted a Paradise Tree Snake just a few seconds after taking the above photograph. The snake was slithering beneath the path, trying to escape from my sight.

I spotted it a few minutes later as it climbed up the leaves of a tree, but failed to capture any good shots as I forgot to adjust the ISO and shutter speed. But well, I don't have much to lose; this snake is common throughout Singapore, and I've spotted one before.

I left Kent Ridge after spending three hours trekking through various paths.


adrielleroyale said...

Awesome!! I really must visit there some day! :)

Shawn said...

Haha, you should. Thanks for the comment!


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