While waiting for the food, isn't it beautiful just relax at this most Southern part of Singapore?
Is full moon tonight, another beautiful scenic view of Semakau.
The refinery over at Bukom light up the skies at night.
Southern islands of Singapore is another alternative to watch NDP fireworks.
We just can't help but explore the area after the dinner. mmmm is the beautiful mushroom! Mushrooms are not plant but fungi. The low temperature due to the rain over the last few days have triggered their growth. Not sure if our teacher July going to blog about it? He will sure to have more discovery notes for us, if he decided to blog about it.
I wonder why Helen ask all of us for our torch light. She actually use all the available torch to create this luminous mushroom. Didn't expect the result on photo come out so beautiful. She use the torch to shine on the mushroom to get this effect.
The moon looks so BIG tonight at Semakau. Is has been very long time since I last take a close look at the moon.
We also took this opportunity to celebrate with 2 of the Semakau guide that having their birthday on the month of July.
Hapy Birthday to Ron & TC.
A non traditional group photo at Semakau (without the iconic knobbly sea star, group photo of Semakau guides, NEA staff and friends) before we return to mainland at the jetty. Thanks everybody for making this BBQ an unforgetable event and all the best to Mr. Poi.