Description A scenic view of the green eco lake of botanic garden.Something about the Singapore Botanic GardenThe Singapore Botanic Gardens is a dynamic and living monument to the foresight of the founding fathers of Singapore. Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore and a keen naturalist, established the first botanical and experimental garden on Government Hill (Fort Canning Hill) in 1822, shortly after his arrival in Singapore. He aimed to introduce cultivation of economic crops such as cocoa and nutmeg. However, without a full-time salaried director and sufficient funding, the garden languished and was closed in 1829, after Raffles' death. The Gardens at its present site was founded in 1859 by an Agri-Horticultural Society. Planned as a leisure garden and ornamental park, the Society organised flower shows and horticultural fetes. In 1874, the Society handed over management and maintenance of the site to the government. The scientific mission of the Gardens evolved when the colonial government assumed management and deployed Kew-trained botanists and horticulturists to administer the Gardens.
Michelangelo Design And Co., Singapore Member Since August 2009 Artist Statement Looking for some extra touch to your house interior design? How about some Original Fine Quality Photography ?
This is a good selection of City Singapore Capture and Fine Photography. Just choose your image from the gallery, and Imagekind will delivery to you in Quality Print at affordable price.
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...most of the photography are original capture of City Singapore. Trying to get some authentic look by using the in-camera monochrome. Cross-process look quite cool too on urban landscape, giving it a fine art look. Currently adding some street and people for some "life effect". Coming back to some Original color. Still keeps a collection of old HDR.
Teo Yee Khai William
Fine Art Photography Singapore - Not those abstract photography of old broken house, but more to interior design friendly kind of photography. Should looks quite nice on general interior, as City Singapore looks nice visually. HDR add some punch in quality and black and white monochrome really looks arty. Some color city by night looks good too.
All photography are in full resolution and no water-mark Recommendation : Gallery Singapore Selection 123 ( the first 3 gallery), all the best selection are here.
Stamford Photography and Design - Fine Photography (Interior Design) - Stock Photography