Living in the urban jungle provides many conveniences but robs us of unobstructed views to admire the beautiful sky cloak at the end of every day. Unless one stays atop a west facing skyscraper, places to catch the full splendour of sunset are few and far in Singapore. And one of these few, and not so far spots to frame the dusking hues of a dusk would be at Henderson Waves.
Part of a 10km green spine that connects various parks in the southern ridge of Singapore (collectively known as the Southern Ridges trail), Henderson Waves is a 274km long pedestrian bridge that qualifies as one of my favouritest sunset destination on our tiny country-state.
Although we can’t really see the sun dipping into the horizon, the organically-shaped bridge offers an awesome vantage point to admire the colour parade as a day bids its farewell. So goaded by the recently anointed princess of nauture and adventure, I came on a photo outing and here’s the celebration of they evening’s colours…
Entrance to Marang Trail. Love the secret garden feel.
Rolling into the deep of Singapore’s manicured green fingers where even the wilderness observes obedience.
The sun batted its leafy eyelid at me.
Have I discovered Jack’s beanstalk?
Trying to e cool on a scorching hot day.
Along the way, we passed by Mount Faber that offered a smattered aerial view of Sentosa, a.k.a. Pulau Belakang Mati (Back island of Death).
‘S’ marks the spot. Stepping onto the boardwalk of Henderson Waves with Juliana’s kick-s gorilla sneakers. This gal is so full of monkey business!
Artistic, stylish and organic… Henderson Waves is paved with all-weather timber and a lot of character.
Love how the lines and curves look so dramatic in photos.
Spotted! Butterfly on the bridge bench. Or is that a caterpillar?
Keeping the photo outing light and handy with my Casio Exilim ZR200 digital compact camera.
What a great place for romance while CCTVs keep a close watch over any hanky panky.
Goodbye Sunday… Although the sunset was obscured by a tree and the hillside ti sits on, the celestial palette was delicious nonetheless. Shot with in-camera Sunset Mode to enhance the orangey warmth.
I’ve been to Henderson Waves on a few occasions but this is the first time I shot a sunset here. And I have a feeling this won’t be my last