shooting crab is difficult...
most of the other shots they show me backside...
Last edited by Leong23; 11th September 2010 at 03:09 PM.
feel like going to bottle tree park at yishun to eat crab today
i'm sure they will be easier to shoot on the plate
Today's cleanup was great.
I made my student jealous with my rain boots. :bigsmile:
Saw horseshoe crab and anemone at the mud flat cleanup area.
During the Chek Jawa walk, my group saw the different fiddler crabs, mud crab (chilli crab anyone?), giant mudskipper, a pair of mating horseshoe and a family of 3 oriental pied hornbills.
You'd need to have a good planning to go there as you'd want to have a relatively low tide which co-incides with the timing that you wish to visit, mostly in the early mornings as its cooler and better to observe the nature then.
BTW, is the wild boar still there? And the red lil house at the side?
House 1 will always be there for as along as Chek Jawa exist.
Btw... All visitors have to stay on the boardwalk.
I stopped a visitor from going down the boardwalk today.
My students tell me she looked pissed, but I'm happy. I did what was right and explained it to my students.