Saturday, January 3, 2015

Nature always wears the colors of the spirit

Resolution One: I will live for God.
Resolution Two: If no one else does, I still will.

Finally had a meet up with Nadiah. Both of us have been busy, especially since Nadiah's nature of work requires her to do shift work. She bought a second hand camera and wanted to do some test shots so we headed to Waterway @ Punggol.

It was a first time for the both of us and it felt like we've discovered a hidden gem (despite being out of the way). This park is really calm and serene. The clear blue sky was a bonus to the atmosphere and environment, enhancing the beauty of the photographs. But still, it doesn't feels like Singapore.

P.S. I am still working on my photography skills so pardon me if there are any ugly shots that you can't stand the sight of and no, I am not using a DSLR.

Photos really do no justice to the breathtaking scenes before us. This is an ideal place for photo shoots so if anyone wanna take a cover shot or something, you can consider this place. We didn't cover the whole area because it was getting a bit too late and also because some parts were undergoing constructions. We were a bit lost so we didn't dare to wander too far. After all, this is not our area, hahas!

After which, we headed down to Clarke Quay's Lockdown to see who were on shift. Luck must be on our side because it was Nicholas working! Wasn't a wasted trip because dinner was on the house (Thank you Nic, hahas!) with lots of chattering. Nadiah wanted to visit Vanessa so we walked down to Suntec's Lockdown. 

Collapsed onto the bed after one whole day of walking.

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