Friday, May 16, 2008

Trekkin' in Singapore - McRitchie


I've posted some pictures of my trip to the rain forest at McRitchie reservoir over at World Gone Mad. See the post here.

I didn't post it here because blogger makes it almost impossible to post a sequence of several pictures and I'm not going to struggle with it again. You'd think Google could do a better job. Wordpress does.

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Blogger rockync said...

Great shots although I think I could have done without the monkey bang-bang!Guys are so easily distracted.(sigh) The foilage is fascinating and I too think the pix of the monkeys in the tree was perfect.

10:30:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, boys will be boys. Actually, Pearl took all of those monkey shots. Having the higher moral character, I stuck with the scenery.

4:28:00 AM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

Looks like a lovely outing and great shots. I especially love the one you posted here.

You make me wish I lived there.

7:35:00 AM  
Blogger rockync said...

LOL, if Pearl took those shots, where were you? Directing her from the background? "Hurry Honey, they are on the fence, come on, take the shot---"

11:51:00 AM  
Blogger rockync said...

Hey, Libby, maybe we can find that mountain by the sea in Singapore! Look out, Brian, Libby & I are sisters and there is no telling what we might get up to given enough time and money. You're just lucky neither of us has much of either right now or you might find us on your doorstep!
They are great shots and I'm with Libby, I would be very tempted to live there.

11:54:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sadly, there are no mountains in Singapore. The highest point on the island is Bukit Timah hill at 530ft. It too is a very nice nature preserve area and of course, I've climbed it.
And btw, liberal bloggers are welcome on my doorstep anytime. Just be real careful what you try to bring thru customs.

2:45:00 AM  
Blogger rockync said...

Ohhh, I'm rocky, the bloggerless, can I still come?

11:37:00 PM  

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