Singapore Nature Landscape Photography – Kranji Marshlands
Kranji Marshlands is a Singapore nature landscape photography project commissioned by a client for Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA). The images were released on the official opening day of Kranji Marshlands (February 2nd, 2016). We made several trips through out the week before we can capture the beautiful sunrise. We also had to go at different timings to capture the best lighting in order to bring out the aesthetic angles of Singapore’s largest freshwater marshland. The landscape photography images helped to illustrate the architectural and landscape design.
Panaroma Shots at Raptor Tower
Panorama landscape photography of Kranji Mashlands taken at the top of the Raptor Tower. We waited till the sun rose to be partially covered by the tree branches. The image was used as signboard on top of the Raptor Tower to show visitors the locations of various sites.
A beautiful cloud formation at sunrise reflecting in the water at Reed crossing. The floating pontoons stretches across Reed crossing to allow visitors to enter Turut Woods from the Marsh Station.
A view of Reed crossing and the flaoting pontoon at West Marsh at Kranji Marshlands. The Pontoon Leads to Turut Woods. This path is only available via guided tour.
The Amphinious excavator used in clearing vegetations in the swamps for Kranji Marshlands. It can travel over the water without causing damage to the land vegetations. Thus spending up the landscaping of the whole project.
Paths leading the the Raptor Tower and Outdoor Classroom at the Marsh Station. Here you can catch a bird’s eye view of the whole Kranji Marshland.
Interesting views of Kranji Marshland
A surreal path created by arching tree branches that leads to the Lapwing Hide.
Beautiful walkway sculptured by arches of tree branches leading to Lapwing Hide Kranji Marshlands
The rising sun shines a beautiful backlit on the leaves of the marshland, creating a surreal image of sunrise. You can get scenic nature view in Singapore too!
Gorgeous sunrise over East Mash at Kranji Marshlands. Love the gentle lighting from the sun that gave a soft warm glow to create this peaceful scenic view.
Enjoy the serenity and peace while bird watching in these hides. The designs allow it to blend in with its nature surroundings at Kranji Marshlands. Right in front of Bee Eater Hide is the Lotus pond, where u can see hundreds of lotus reaching out of the water.
This is what you can see from the Bee Eater Hide at Kranji Marshlands. A resident duck waddling its way through the Lotus Pond.
Scenic view of Singapore’s nature which is also a nice and quiet getaway from the urban jungle. If you are lucky, u might be to catch a glimpse of the resident grey heron right here.
Visitors Centre at Kranji Marshes, welcomes visitors before they embarks on to nature discovery.
Other links to see more photo
Landscape Architecture Photography
The Straits Times – In Pictures: Natural beauty at Kranji Marshes