Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Singapore Polytechnic Outing

This outing is proudly organized by Singapore Polytechnic for all academic and non-academic staff. The first campus wide event that I attended with my department (Continuing Education and Training). The private bus ferry us to Southern Ridges, a park owned and managed by N-Park. The Southern Ridges comprise a 9-kilometre chain of green, open spaces spanning the rolling hills of Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park and Kent Ridge Park before ending at West Coast Park. Southern Ridges is linked with the two prominent connections - Henderson Waves and Alexandra Arch, stand proudly along the Ridges today. Below is some photos I've taken while strolling from Southern Ridges, then Henderson Wave and finally end at Mount Faber Park. Above: Hope the Merlion will stand strong, don't get strike by the lightning. Above: Typical HDB in Singapore. To be honest, we might think 'Oh come on, HDB again' but when foreigners see this their reaction was 'WoW!'. As happened that a foreigners was beside me taking a photo of this view too, i overheard what they said. Above: A power cabling structure ? I'm not sure what is that 2 standing structure. Above: Some Perspective view. Above: Some Perspective view. Above: Some Perspective view.

4 comments:

leechon said...

wah the last picture nice

Kelvin said...

haha thanks leechon

alexis said...

Hi, it's an interesting blog u have, showcasing dslr photos! (coincidentally there's a feature on dslrs on today's Digital Life). keep taking wonderful photos, cheers!

Kelvin said...

haha, thank you. I will keep taking photos and post them here. stay tune!