Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Wednesday Photo Inspiration, 09/05/2012





Entrance to Butterfly Park in my school grounds

This is one of my favorite spot in the school.  It's just a mini Butterfly Park with a variety of flowers to attract the butterflies and to create activity for the students.

I love any scenery that has plenty of green and water and mountains.  Unfortunately, we don't have mountains here in Singapore but being an island, we are surrounded by the sea.

The highest hill is Bukit Timah Hill standing at a height of 163.63 metres.  The forest reserve of this hill was formally declared as an ASEAN Heritage Park on October 18, 2011.  Despite its small size of 1.64 sq kilometer, it houses over 840 species of flowering plants and over 500 species of fauna.


Wednesday Photo Inspiration with Dana




24 comments:

  1. Hi, I love it!:)Indeed an inspiration.:) Thanks for sharing!:)

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  2. Gorgeous! I would love it there; I adore butterflies!

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    1. Thank you Dana. So far, I've seen only baby butterflies and they are fidgety and fly around too much to be photographed!

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  3. This is so beautiful Asni, subhanAllah, I love the nature, and flowers , very pretty, I would love to walk that path :) thanks for sharing your photo today!

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    1. Thank you Dana. It is a beautiful path to walk through.

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  4. I read your message at my blog. And I answered back, since I see that you have an error adding the link, very strange hehe, I will add your link to the linky tool as an act of kindness...insha'Allah.
    I hope it works :) Take care xxx

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    1. Sorry about that Dana. It is quite strange and thanks for linking it for me.

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  5. It is such a beautiful spot Asni! I understand you like it very much, the colours are just amazing dear.
    Have a lovely day!

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    1. I'm glad to have this beautiful spot Marie. You too, have a lovely day.

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  6. That is so attractive. I hope that such scenery encourages students to be regular at school. These views must give you a reason to hang out at school more.

    I like it how you made this post into an informative one. I love to learn new things/ facts.

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    1. Thanks Sui. I will try to post more informative postings in future.

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  7. What a beautiful park. Butterflies are so wonderful to watch. It would be great to have a garden that inspired them to visit.

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  8. Ohhh SCHOOL!! I miss school...is that part og a garden...I see lots of plants..really awesome...

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  9. Hello Ate Asni..it is such a sight sure to be missed..I also wished to be back in school and remember my college years..visiting you Ate *hugs* ;)

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    1. Hi sis! Kid nowadays are so fortunate. I don't all these when I was in school in that far, far, long ago time!

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  11. what a beautiful place. you are lucky.

    From Paris with love!
    Kristina.

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  12. Very pretty and picturesque, I visited a butterfly park in Penang and Langkawi when I went there on holiday, hopefully one day I'll visit Singapore too inshallah.

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