A saltwater crocodile sits in the rain at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. The largest of all living reptiles, salties are pretty impressive - and pretty creepy - creatures. They're the most widely distributed crocodile, meaning you can see their eyes just poking over the top of the water anywhere from tropical Asia to the Pacific.… Continue reading Salty
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In Otter Disbelief
against this sky’s endless canvas, paint your image with your wings: call it a self-portrait in ultraviolet. I've been experimenting a bit with photo-editing lately. This, of a blue-throated bee-eater from a trip to Sungei Buloh quite a few months back, is one of the results. I'm not sure what I make of it -… Continue reading Flight
What You Lookin’ At?
Waders Dressed in White
The Stillness of Egrets
Despite an overabundance of them - well, everywhere - the grace of egrets cannot be denied. Their pure white forms, lithe bodies, and delicate feeding methods (as compared to those of say, a woodpecker) conspire to create a bird of - dare I say it? - beauty. At a recent visit to Sungei Buloh, this… Continue reading The Stillness of Egrets