thanks for the information! will go there soon. i hope :sweat:eikin said:thanks hyperfocal
metalilan: here's some basic information about the house http://www.ura.gov.sg/skyline/skyline02/skyline02-01/text/skylineP4c.html
it's located almost next to the Punggol MRT/LRT station, with large grass fields in between. somewhere here
there are some construction works around so do be careful, and not forgetting to mention mimosa shrubs and muddy gullies. be careful not to step into troughs that look dry as they sink like quicksand and do wear proper footwear and trousers if you're not familiar with the environment around Punggolmetallilan said:thanks for the information! will go there soon. i hope :sweat:
No lah! I knew this image is in the landscape section, but my curiosity was aroused by the title.eikin said:thanks student, i guess the title probably misled you into thinking this is a thread in the portraits section :sweat:
i see! :sweat: the place has long been vacated already, in a terribly sorry state now. it use to be an estate with gardens terracing down all the way to Punggol River on the west side, where the sun is 'setting' in the picture.student said:No lah! I knew this image is in the landscape section, but my curiosity was aroused by the title.
Is this place still inhabited?