Nature Hike at Sentosa Nature Discovery



Come and follow me...



Let's explore Sentosa Nature Discovery!



There are a lot of things waiting to be discovered.



Just make sure you open your eyes bigger.



Try to stop by and read the language of nature.



Marvel in the simple yet exquisite beauty of a leaf.



Find meaning in the textures of a wood.



Enjoy walking under the cool shade



 and look out for squirrels known as the agent of the trees!



Be quiet and don't disturb the hiking trail angel.

Nature is man's teacher. She unfolds her treasures to his search, unseals his eye, illumes his mind, and purifies his heart; an influence breathes from all the sights and sounds of her existence. ~Alfred Billings Street


24 comments:

  1. wow! i really would love to walk that path with you...and whoa, my eyes are wide open with delight at seeing those lovely critters..and as always i am so amazed at the way you beautifully capture nature's finest....the leaf, the wood and the vine...the hiking trail angel, and of course Kyla's sweet pretty face...a refreshing view...love yah! pssst at work,

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  2. oh wow Che, your narration is so deep in meaning, I love it!! Like Zen, I would like to walk with you too, but am here presently at work, thankfully, through your post, I am able to take such an inspiring look at nature's glory. Love all the pictues here.

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  3. I open my eyes so big that I see what you have seen.

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  4. I would love to tour their someday...how beautiful.

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  5. I enjoyed the cyber walk. Looks like you have an "eye" for photography. I really like your header. Take care. See you next week.
    Joyce M

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  6. I enjoyed the cyber tour. Thanks Cher!

    Wish I could visit someday and I would to see what you've seen. I will make sure that my eyes are wide open.

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  7. Nice photos! Thanks for taking us along with you!

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  8. I enjoyed taking a walk with you!! Thanks!!

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  9. Thanks so much for allowing me to take this nature walk with you! The butterfly was exquisite but all nature sights are wonders!

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  10. I am so glad i found your site. Fantastic photos - thank you!!

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  11. "...the language of nature...". What a cool way to see the world!! Love the pictures!

    Thanks for linking to Give Me Your Best Shot and Photo Story Friday this week!

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  12. Thank you for this wonderful journey through photos. One day perhaps I can visit there.

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  13. Thanks for the lovely walk :) and lovely pictures!

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  14. I do like those shadow pathways leading into the unknown!


    SHADOWY DINNER

    A shadow, a shadow, a shadow you say?
    A shadow is coming to dinner today?

    Oh, what shall we feed it, and what will it eat?
    Just toss down a few rays of light at its feet,

    And watch its dark mouth gobble up every ray,
    But be sure, my friend, you don’t get in its way;

    Keep out of the light so it won’t gobble you.
    (If I were the hostess, that’s just what I’d do.)

    A shadow is easy to feed, so they say,
    So welcome your shadow to dinner today.


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher


    Sad Shadows

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  15. I love the butterfly photo. You certainly have an eye for the small things in life.

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  16. Looks like there's lots to discover here! :)

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  17. What a great post. So much to discover.

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  18. Your daughter is beautiful and what an adorable photo. You really do have a love for nature and your photos are lovely. I really appreciate the fact that you looked at some things people might take for granted...like a leaf or wood...Thank you for linking up to Nature Notes....Michelle

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  19. Thanks for the wonderful nature walk. I enjoyed the post and your beautiful photos.

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  20. what a beautiful sight to behold. i dream of visiting singapore in the near future. thanks for sharing and hope to see you every Green Monday.

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