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    Kam xia ah ... You are the best, I dunno why !

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    yeah i m the best and who knows

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    Tomorrow, its tmw already, let's go to "The Disappearing Choo Choo Trek" before its all gone.

    Remember to go to the correct Mac Donald @ King's Albert Park. The one with a Cold Storage at the basement.

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    Hey! Clubsnappers, thanks for coming! Very muddy right, anyone lost any soles?

    And could you please post some or all the photos you took during the trek at our Multiply? http://tpadventure.multiply.com/ If you are already a member, just click add photos and all of us at TPAC can view them easily. If not member just click join lah.

    I am so curious what kind of photos you guys took, how come every few steps got someone squatting down in the middle of trail pointing camera at something i cannot see. You photographers are really from another world!


    Thanks for coming,
    Tianyun

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    Oh no... I missed this trip cos I only just saw this thread!
    Would really like to go shooting at this place.
    Do you know when is the next trip there, if any?
    The best photographer is one who is inspired by the innate nature of his subjects.

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    Hey! Join our official mailing list http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ToaPayohAdventureClub/
    or join our online community http://tpadventure.multiply.com

    Then you will get first hand news on everything. eeveerythiing

    We are likely to do another one soon, probably with Clubsnappers of Bishan - who calls themselves "Friends of Bishan", or Temasek Poly Photography Club also expressed interest, wants to know the route. But maybe we'll will bring them instead wait they lost. So the next Poh Choo Kang trek might really be a Photography Trek, with all the setting of tripods, changing of lens, wait for perfect angle for sunlight, wait for the flower to open, wait for the grass to grow, wait for the mud to subside... And WE, we the non-photographers will wait for you! We will stand there quietly, feed the mosquitoes and wait for you, YES we will do it
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    Cool! Can't wait for the next photo-outing to the trek...
    Btw, the link to the mailing list isn't working. It says the group cannot be found.
    The best photographer is one who is inspired by the innate nature of his subjects.

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    Cool, hope that I can make it for this trip
    Canon 30D, G11, 50 f1.8II, 10-22 f3.5-4.5, 24-70 f2.8L, 70-200 f2.8L IS, EX580II

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    Quote Originally Posted by WuffRuff View Post
    Cool! Can't wait for the next photo-outing to the trek...
    Btw, the link to the mailing list isn't working. It says the group cannot be found.
    Eh! why like that? here's the correct link. look for the button "Join This Group" and click
    :devil: tpadventure.multiply.com

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    Hmm... is the tunnel below Clementi Road passable? The vegetation is extremely thick on both sides of the old railway line.

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