I finally visited Gardens by the Bay.
Check out the cool-looking Supertrees which are vertical gardens.
The above, I suppose, is an obligatory picturesque shot.
It’s a good place for photographers.
Lots of selfie moments.
You don’t really need to think to get a good shot – there’s something to be said about the blending of technology and nature at this place.
Picture-perfect convenient nature (if that’s what you like).
We’re in Flower Dome, one of the 2 conservatories here.
Mummy, daddy and baby cactus.
The future of tech and nature.
That’s Cloud Forest, another conservatory.
As I’m walking around, I can’t help but think perhaps this is the future of botany.
Maybe in the next twenty years, we’ll all be living in domes like this.
The temperature is nice though.
That’s the mineral exhibit area. Guess how I took this shot.
I’m a street photography genius…
This takes a lot of work.
Kudos to those who’ve put in the hard work to make this possible.
Oops – my lens fogged up when I stepped out of the conservatory.
I love mistakes like this.
I’m a nature photographer!
This is a nice blend of botany, technology, architecture, commerce, tourism and nation building.
A William Gibson quote: “The future is already here – it’s just not very evenly distributed.”
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