Geh.. thats my fav parking lot beside ah ho. Wonder how strong the wind was to cause such damage??
Hope u don't mind, sharing this info and pics with some nature groups who might visit as well.
Can compete with this... LOL...
Over 200 trees were uprooted during a thunderstorm during a golf tournament at Jurong Country Club, 16 March 2009.
You guys should take care when going there. There seem to be a storm this morning. It is raining heavily now.
good reportage but be cautious
The weather is very weird this few days news orchard flooded
be alittle carefull this few day when shooting
Thanks for the advise.
Think of concepts and work towards it.
The North car park is clear but no more shade as from today 16/6/10. I did not go further down the main path as can see the storm is coming, do a quick round into the mangrove. The bridge inside the mangrove is still close, again need be avoid going into the mangrove. Thanks for reading.
Today 17/6/10 everything back to normal, the bridge can go thru now. Only some branches are everywhere, color square bug area are destroy. So when going into the mangrove watch your step, happy shooting again.
while i do understand that this is for the macro shooters, this is still a gallery for macro and close-up
not reportage, i feel that this would be best for all to see, not just the macro shooters
Lots of tree are uprooted because ... they are re-planted trees! meaning they dont grow with proper roots.
Instant trees, nice to look at but also instantly falls (because the root is not strong enough - does not penetrate deep enough)
i thought Alan photo also
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