Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Doggie Smiles

I love my dogs, and they love me the same. Here are some recent shots of them. Tiky is rather shy in front of the camera, and tries best to avoid it.

Titu on the other hand, will pose for you. He's really photogenic as well!

I just love that smile of his!

Happy New Year everyone!

Sunday, December 25, 2011

New Blog Title from 2012

Hey Guys! Wishing all my fellow readers a Merry Christmas and a Splendid New Year! Before the New Year starts, I'd like to announce that I'll be changing my blog's name from 'Creatures in the Wild' to 'Photography & Me'. The contents published on my blog will also have a slight change. All this while, for 4 years, I've been posting mainly about wildlife, nature and animals. However, Photography & Me won't be a blog just about these; I'll be posting and talking about all kinds of photos that I take, instead of sticking to one particular type. In addition to that, I may also be talking about my life- something that still remains a secret to all of you guys.

In short, Photography and Me will be a blog about my photographs and myself. I hope you guys enjoy it!

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Lakeside, Singapore (Archived)

I was looking through my old photos of Singapore when I realized there were some shots of Lakeside that I hadn't uploaded. These photographs were taken from Lakeside in April 2011, during my summer break.

A stretch of condominiums by the lake... It must be a beautiful view for the residents living in there!

Can you spot the MRTs (trains)?

A random shot of the wide canal along which I walked home.

Oh God, I just miss Singapore! :(
Anyway, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, everyone!

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Heartless Humans

Sorry for not posting anything for quite a while! There was nothing much to post about either, until a few days earlier, when I found this dead snake on a rock along the road. It was a small snake, only about 20cm in length. The large eyes, and the white patches near its mouth parts tell that it is probably a juvenile rat snake or racer, but definitely not a venomous species. It had evidently been hit to death by humans, as there was a large wound on its neck.

So another snake had been killed, this one too a harmless one. I just don't get the people here! How could they be so heartless to kill such a harmless and innocent creature! Ugh! I buried the snake nearby and left feeling hopeless for these poor snakes, because the attitude of these local, illiterate people won't change.


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