While exiting the food court of the previous post, I stopped by a roof top which had ornamental plants. Here I spotted some heliconia, against the backdrop of a towering apartment complex. Although, in general, Singapore has a good dose of greenery in urban settings, it does come to mind what level of nature are the residents prepared to accept. And the answer is: not that much.
Nature is allowed to flourish to the extent that it does not inconvenience us in our immediate habitat. According to experts, bio-diversity is low: low head count in the type of species of grass, herbs, shrubs and trees, very little insects and declining bee populations. Although this is the end of the shots from Geylang, I will continue to ramble on this side note.
|camera||Canon EOS 7D Mark II|
|exposure mode||full manual|