In this series of aerial landscape photography, we were commissioned to document Windsor Nature Park, which was completed in April 2017. The construction process is more complicated than other parks. The construction of Windsor Nature Park was unlike any other Parks in Singapore. The landscape engineering firm had to forgo the use of machinery during the consturction phase. Most work like piling, transportation of materials, had to be done manually. The main reason was to minimize disturbance to the wildlife and their habitat. The streams water were also not contaminated during the construction process. According to the wildlife surveyors and water quality surveyors, the engineering managed to maintain the number species and the water pollution after completion at almost the same level as before the construction.
A short aerial video while doing aerial photography of Windsor Nature Park for Landscape Engineering Pte Ltd (LEPL).
Aerial Photography of Windsor Nature Park.
Aerial view of the Off-stream at Windsor Nature Park.
A Bird’s Eye View of Windsor Nature Park. Showing the Venus Loop Trail, Freshwater Stream, Pavilion, Toilet, Office Building and Car Porch.
The Drongo Trail were built manually by hand with no machine by Landscape Engineering Pte Ltd so as to minimize disturbance to the surrounding nature.
The Squirrel Trail is one of the four trails that can be found at Windsor Nature Park.
Aerial Photo of Windsor Nature Park landscape photography
An aerial shoot of the junction of Venus loop and Venus link.
Set right next to the new broadwalk is a stream that was preserved during the construction. you can see many little glass fish taking cover from teh fast flowing stream at the banks.
This is the newly introduced fibre glass boardwalk. They will also be replacing existing boardwalks from wood to fibreglass.
A beautiful stone walk path at teh squirrel trail.,
Beautiful visitor pavilion in sync with the surrounding nature.
Look out point at the crossing of marsh wetlands. here you can find grey heron feeding in the marshland and green macaw feeding on the seeds of African Tulip