Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Reflections @ West Coast Park

I really enjoyed every single trip to various parks, whether it is overly quiet or brimming with life everywhere... I just enjoyed being in the company of nature and its inhabitants, much easier to understand and appreciate as compared to fellow human beings... I guess I am a easily contented person, a single butterfly fluttering among the flowers can make my day :)

It might be tiring to visit these parks early in the morning but seeing all these wonderful things really make me forget my fatigue at the end of the day..

blue glassy tiger on wrightia
Blue Glassy Tiger (Ideopsis vulgaris macrina) on Wrightia religiosa
calathea lutea
Calathea lutea
calliandra surinamensis
Calliandra surinamensis - this ID get me puzzled for a while as the flowers look so similar to the Rain Tree
calliandra surinamensis (2)
Calliandra surinamensis
calophyllum sp. flowers
Calophyllum sp. flowers
calophyllum sp. fruits
Calophyllum sp. fruits
Couroupita guianensis
A commonly planted tree in WCP - Couroupita guianensis aka Cannonball Tree. I always spot park visitors being very fascinated by the large flowers and cannonball-like fruits that grows on the tree trunks
Gymnostoma sumatranum
Gymnostoma sumatranum
Gymnostoma sumatranum (2)
Gymnostoma sumatranum
Banded Woodpecker (Picus miniaceus)
Pongamia pinnata fruits
Pongamia pinnata
Cleome rutidosperma
Sterculia sp. flowers and developing fruits
osmoxylon lineare
Osmoxylon lineare
plumbago auriculata
Plumbago auriculata
Hope you have enjoyed looking through my photos just as I have enjoyed taking them :D

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