In the heart of one of the new suburban high rise apartments of Bukit Gombak there is an old limestone quarry that has since been made into a park for the public to enjoy. Here is an image taken about a hour before sunset with the water perfectly calm giving a mirror like reflection of the landscape.
Photo Note – EOS5D3 with 17-40mm L.
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The Grand Central Terminal is a wonderful place to photograph human behaviour. People departing and arriving from all over. Click on the image to view this image in large resolution.
The Mariposa Forest is located just a few miles south of Yosemite Valley, California. A forest with very old trees with a mix of different species. Periodically the trees will go through a renewal process through forest fires which the forestry authorities will allow so as to keep the forest alive. An odd concept at first but without the fires much of the trees will not have the nutrients needed to keep growing – or for the forest to replenish itself.
See this GOOGLE MAP LINK to locate the forest.
The view from the Empire State cannot be adequately described in words. Every time I am in New York, I find myself returning to the top to photograph the great skyline. Truly a concrete island but it has so much to offer to visitors. Especially photographers who enjoy street shooting.