Monday, 6 June 2011

Lim Chu Kang.

Aside from the abandoned estate that I went to, I also went to a few other places to shoot for my module. I'm rather lazy to categorize the places accurately, because I went there on 5 separate occasions and I went to some places more than once. So I decided to just put all the photos together.
Lim Chu Kang 50 years ago was a collection of farms, army bases and cemeteries. Today, Lim Chu Kang is a collection of farms, army bases and cemeteries. :)

The first time I went to Lim Chu Kang, I was walking past this farm when a huge pack of 10 - 15 dogs came running out towards me barking and growling. I like dogs and I have a dog myself, but when you have a whole pack of dogs barking and coming nearer to you with each step, it's hard not to feel scared. Suffice to say, I didn't go near that farm on my subsequent trips.
At the border of Lim Chu Kang lies Choa Chu Kang cemetery. Fun fact: it's the only cemetery in Singapore still 'open for business'. Although I think now you can only be buried there for 20 years before your remains are exhumed.

Lim Chu Kang also has one of the last few wooden jetties in Singapore. Even Punggol End has a concrete jetty (with F&B outlets being built) now.
 These dogs were friendly, unlike the ones I met earlier.

There was a litter of puppies under a container thing near the jetty. Haha. I've never actually seen stray puppies. They were pretty afraid of people though.

 This spaceship like building wasn't actually in Lim Chu Kang and was along Neo Tiew Road. But it was close enough la haha.

I think they should do this for all dustbins. Haha.
What I brought along with me.
Kranji Reservoir. Which was nice and windy.

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