Me & Ivy arranged to cycle a total of about 18 kilometres yesterday late afternoon (5pm) at East Coast Park but this excluded some additional scenic exploration detours along the way. I’m pretty pleased because I haven’t properly cycled in aeons. Additionally, i did not really realised that I could last all the way – usually my heart goes bonkers after a while – but it held out! :-)
Invigorating, it was. The sky was a clear blue and i witnessed a pretty awesome sunset at the park.
Should definitely do cycling more often. And i’ll arm myself with my camera, of course. :-)
I love looking at the vast expanse of water. There is a sort of calming effect, just looking out at something so blue and unblocked.
Since we were cycling at our own leisure time, i stopped at any scenic spot at my own will to take photos, admire the view and enjoy the breeze.
One thing about the seabreeze in Singapore is that it leaves you feeling all sticky afterwards. But at least it cools me down anyhow. I’d prefer nice, fresh but no doubt sticky seabreeze than suffocating in still air.
We stopped for awhile at the Bedok Jetty area (see picture above) and finally before riding back towards the west-end of East Coast Park to return the bike and head for dinner cum chill-out drinks session.
Even if one choose not to do much at East Coast Park, you can just sit next to the beach for hours day in and out, looking at the majestic array of moving ships & boats and landing aeroplanes, it gets particularly nice after sunset.
I love the silhouette effect and subject of these sunset pictures !
A freelance Singapore-based travel photographer / photojournalist. I seek the extraordinary, but finds beauty in the everyday. Life is interesting, capture it.
That's Life, Capture It! Blog is Pledged to Singapore Memory Project
Browse That's Life, Capture It! Blog @Flickr
Follow That's Life, Capture It! Blog in Twitter