Lalang fields good season to photograph now?


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behyx

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There's one at Ponggol and the other one at Tanah Merah isn't it?

Are both good season to photograph now? Got a commercial shoot which requires me to shoot at such locations.

Thanks in advance.
 

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Ortega,

Was'nt the season in March/April? I think we did a shoot in Nov once, and it was rainy and the lallang was'nt that fluffy...:dunno:

sorry, i got STM.
 

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ok lalang status report.

long and tall, but not in season yet
no sign of nice white fluffy stuff

this is for punggol lalang field
 

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Sjourn said:
Ortega,

Was'nt the season in March/April? I think we did a shoot in Nov once, and it was rainy and the lallang was'nt that fluffy...:dunno:

sorry, i got STM.
got to ask eikin when he took that award winning picture
 

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*faint*

anyway, i believe they got to be trimmed (or burnt :devil: ) to produce white fluffly lalangs :bsmilie: , if not it's just spiky yellow ones :angel:
 

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ortega said:
ok lalang status report.

long and tall, but not in season yet
no sign of nice white fluffy stuff

this is for punggol lalang field

Thanks very much ortega, may I have the location of it in streetdirectory.com if possible? I'd like to go and try my luck. I'll be driving a SUV, do u think it's save to drive in like that?

Another thing is, I just took the MRT from Woodlands to town, between Yishun and Khatib MRT station, there is a chinese temple with the slope field beside it. There seems to be very long grass with yellowish stuffs. It seems nice leh... Anyone can confirm whether is it safe to walk in there (eg: no snake?) I don't want my models to get injured.
 

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ortega said:
http://www.streetdirectory.com/asia_travel/travel/travel.php?travel_id=26929&travel_site=1

look top right, the patch of green, there is no road, you will need to stop and walk in
i will post picture if you want
Hi thanks so much!

Top right is the HDB U/C leh.. haha.. and is the star where I should park my car?

I'll appreciate if you can post some picftures.. thanks very much!! :) :)
 

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Hi thanks so much!

Top right is the HDB U/C leh.. haha.. and is the star where I should park my car?

I'll appreciate if you can post some picftures.. thanks very much!! :) :)
you can drive in abit
drive along edgefield plains all the way to the end into the construction site
reach a t-junction and turn right
 

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ortega said:
you can drive in abit
drive along edgefield plains all the way to the end into the construction site
reach a t-junction and turn right
OK thanks so much bro :)

I owe you one. Please remember hehe :)
 

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Helping is what we are here for, isn't it?

In season is when the tips of the lalang become white and fluffy

will our master eikin post his shot here?
 

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