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  1. #241

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    I am a fren of bishan too....pls include me in future outings!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigu2fan View Post
    I believe all the eyes are functional. In fact, not all eyes look at you. Like the one below, if the eye is not looking at you, it's brown. Fascinating things, I'm still learning their behaviours



    I'll not post anymore bug shots here since it's a Bishan thread I've OT enough as it is LOL
    heh... so it's got one eye looking at you.

    which means it can handle like eight photographers simultaneously... =P

  3. #243

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    Anyone keen on going to Sentosa next Sat, 21 Jul for a walkabout cum sunset cum siloso beach @ night shoot?

    Theme: Sentosa Evening Shoot
    Location: Sentosa
    Date: 21 Jul, Sat
    Time: 3.30pm till late


    Suggested Itinerary: Sentosa walkabout - Underwater World ($19.90/adult) - sunset @ siloso/palawan/tanjong beach - nightshoot/dinner/chillout at siloso/palawan/tanjong beach - back to mainland SG

    btw, which beach would be the most ideal location for sunset - siloso or palawan or tanjong beach?

    Onz for 21 Jul, Sat
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  4. #244

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    no one?

  5. #245

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceMocha View Post
    Amazing!!! Since Bishan has a Bishan park and juts next to the Lower Pierce, it's our heritage.

    Add a link to your macro posting, we will hop over.
    My(and wife) latest posting Hope you like them!

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=296037

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    Hi brand

    No nature lover I know will pay a single cent to visit Underwater World and it's associate companies. They are simply a slave camp that capture dolphin from the wild and starve them to perform.
    Last edited by IceMocha; 16th July 2007 at 10:38 AM.

  7. #247

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceMocha View Post
    Hi brand

    No nature lovely I know will pay a single cent to visit Underwater World and it's associate companies. They are simply a slave camp that capture dolphine from the wild and starve them to perform.
    ahhh.. din know that.. never been there myself before..

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    Good that you have not waste money with the Haw Par's marine live slave camp. We should never visit any marine park without their own breeding program especially for dolphins.

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    Really impressive pics bigu2fan. Rock on Bono!!

    I'm more of a macro and nature fan myself. Only lens I've got is a Nikkor 60mm micro!!Although I am looking to getting a Nikkor 18-200mm DX (can't afford the better lenses just yet.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by menonsound View Post
    Really impressive pics bigu2fan. Rock on Bono!!

    I'm more of a macro and nature fan myself. Only lens I've got is a Nikkor 60mm micro!!Although I am looking to getting a Nikkor 18-200mm DX (can't afford the better lenses just yet.)
    Newsflash: U2 was just in Morocco working on their latest album Can't wait.

    I'm using a 60mm macro too, but the Canon one. Nikon cams are known to be sharp, so you'll do very well with your current setup! Keep shooting and post some pics at the macros!

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    That be very good news.

    Just imagine photographing them in action in picturesque Morroco.... Put my new 18-200mm to good use!!! Yup just got it yesterday!! Woo Hoo!!! All game for our next outing.

  12. #252

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    So how's everyone doing? Any plans for meet ups?
    D70, 18-200mm DX, 60mm Micro

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    Yes, we should organise another gathering or shoot.

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    So when is everyone free? I'm good for most weeknights and weekends.
    D70, 18-200mm DX, 60mm Micro

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    FOB Outing #05

    Date: 29 July 07, Sunday
    Time: 10am - 3pm
    Venue: Chinese Garden

    Theme(s): Landscape/Architecture
    Fee: Free
    Itinerary*:10am Meet at Chinese Garden MRT. Shoot at leisure

    12pm Lunch (at own expenses)

    1pm Shoot at leisure

    3pm End of Chinese Garden shoot

    *subject to change without prior notice.

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    FOB Outing #05

    Date: 29 July 07, Sunday
    Time: 10am - 3pm
    Venue: Chinese Garden

    Theme(s): Landscape/Architecture
    Fee: Free
    Itinerary*:10am Meet at Chinese Garden MRT. Shoot at leisure

    12pm Lunch (at own expenses)

    1pm Shoot at leisure

    3pm End of Chinese Garden shoot

    *subject to change without prior notice.

    1. crayonsc
    2. Andy Ang
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    FOB Outing #05

    Date: 29 July 07, Sunday
    Time: 10am - 3pm
    Venue: Chinese Garden

    Theme(s): Landscape/Architecture
    Fee: Free
    Itinerary*:10am Meet at Chinese Garden MRT. Shoot at leisure

    12pm Lunch (at own expenses)

    1pm Shoot at leisure

    3pm End of Chinese Garden shoot

    *subject to change without prior notice.

    1. crayonsc
    2. Andy Ang
    3. menonsound
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    D70, 18-200mm DX, 60mm Micro

  18. #258

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    Had fun yesterday at the Chinese Gardens. Too bad the weather was rather crappy.
    Haven't gone through the photos yet. Hope I managed to get a few good shots.

    Lunch was great too. Man can Andy eat!!! Quite impressive really.

    So where to next folks?
    D70, 18-200mm DX, 60mm Micro

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    Haha, Cos I am hungry yesterday mah. Normally I eat very little one... ;-p
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    Loving your new phone, bro? I'll hopefully get mine soon.... maybe a D80 too... hmmm...
    D70, 18-200mm DX, 60mm Micro

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