First and foremost, it finally rained after so long! Gotta thank God for the rain because every single leaf, tree, branch etc need it.
Moving on, today have been a fruitful day despite the random downpour patterns. The rain was having mood swings like a lady-raining at one moment, stopping at the next and heavy downpour out of a sudden.
Qi Zhi wanted to do some photoshoot in preparation for his new page/youtube channel (can't remember) at this abandoned railway track at Clementi. It took us about an hour and a half to locate the place with the help of google map, only to realise that they had blocked the path for good. In the midst of walking, we discovered Clementi's inner beauty. (At one point of time, the map pointed towards the direction whereby we need to walk through the wall. Seriously? Is this some kind of Harry Potter thing?)
By then the rain had stopped and we proceeded to Plan B, which was to head off to Botanic Garden. But alas! The dark clouds decided to pick that exact timing to shed some droplets. So yeah, we were stuck for awhile.
But we had this never-say-die spirit and continued walking whenever there was an opportunity. We picked spots where there were more greens and colours and less dying browns. It was really tough because of the drought and the gloomy sky wasn't helping either. Man, those sad leaves, plants and trees. I feel that they don't deserved to die this way:(
Anyhow, we managed to walk around, appreciating Mother Nature and completing the task. I believe we have yet to comb the entire place due to time constraint and that there are prettier spots around. But nevertheless, we were satisfied. I was bitten so many times during the process but it was worth it.
A sneak peek because the model wants to go through the photographs first. Not the best shot though.
Stay tuned for the photos!;)
[after the model's careful selection and permission, of course!]
“You don't make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved.”
― Ansel Adams