Photos from Bukit Timah Nature Reserve - BT Residents outing


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Denosha

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I've started this thread for the participants of today's #1 Bukit Timah residents photo outing (BTNR) to post their various shots of the day.

Lemme start it off with some of my picks from the lot. Some macro:

Robberfly


Water droplets


Tiny fly (2-3mm) hanging on the edge


Not sure what fly is this
 

kiasu101

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Nice photos, Denosha!
Too bad I missed this outing with you guys. Hope to see more photos of the BT shooters.
BTW, what camera and lenses are you using? I like the bokeh with the damselfly shot. Top draw!:thumbsup:

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Hi!
You got some great pics:)
I still have to process mine, but i dont think i got any good shots :dunno:
Lets plan for one more outing soon:thumbsup:
 

radura

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Goodness, you guys are sure fast... Between the afternnon nap and dinner, I have not even taken the pictures off my camera...
 

stylocool

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Sorry for not turning up guys...wanted to go...but hurt my wrist yesterday...swollen like pig leg...cant even turn let alone holding a camera...glad to see the pics...hopefully we can organise another
 

Denosha

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Nice photos, Denosha!
Too bad I missed this outing with you guys. Hope to see more photos of the BT shooters.
BTW, what camera and lenses are you using? I like the bokeh with the damselfly shot. Top draw!:thumbsup:

Raymond101
Thanks. Hope to see you at the next outing! The macro shots were all taken with a 20D + Sigma 180mm macro + kenko 1.4x TC with and without a Canon MT-24EX twin-lite flash. The monkeys were with a Canon 300mm F4L IS + kenko 1.4x TC and fill flash from a 580ex.

like the last one best!

maybe go to BT NR nest week
Thanks! It's a nice place except for the lack of parking. Rather tiring to climb so get plenty of rest and remember to bring water along.

Hi!
You got some great pics:)
I still have to process mine, but i dont think i got any good shots :dunno:
Lets plan for one more outing soon:thumbsup:
Thanks man. Don't worry about ur pics man. Just post them and we can share opinions and critique each other's work. It's the best way to learn IMO. :)
 

Klose

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I think if you had taken the steps of the rock path instead, it would look even more daunting. :bsmilie:
:bsmilie: Those steps were STEEP! :bsmilie:
 

Yajiv

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Here some of the pictures from my collection..:p

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve - Evidence


Denosha in action..:p


Munkyyy..:p


Dont know what is this.. simply took it..:p
 

Yajiv

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Photographer what... shld b sneaky..:p
 

pacer

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You guys have some great shots. I had a great time. Here's my humble offerings.
Dragonfly


Looks like a grasshopper, but I've never seen one like this


Here's my monkey shot
 

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