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As with the photograph in the previous post, these three images highlight the greenery of Singapore, even in busy commercial and residential areas. In each of these three photographs, there is a residential or commercial space to the left, and greenery in the form of trees or plants to the right.
Deep blue skies, turquoise water and yellow sand at a beach in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in India.
On a good day, visibility on and around tropical islands can be several tens of kilometres. Coming from a city where such clarity can only be dreamt of, scenes like these in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands were certainly a sight for sore eyes.
Witnessing the sun rise over the ocean is a rewarding experience. As the angle of the light shifts, the sand and water transform – the sand changes from orange to a pale white with increasing daylight, while the water turns from turquoise to blue. The richness of colours at dawn (something photographers attribute to the ‘golden hour‘) are captured in this photograph.
(Submitted to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenges: “Silence“, “2017 Favorites“)