Gardens by the Bay / Part IV.

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The last of my Gardens by the Bay posts takes us to the Cloud Forest, where at the entrance you’re greeted by a 35m tall man-made mountain “covered in lush vegetation shrouding the world’s tallest indoor waterfall showcases plant life from tropical highlands up to 2,000-metres above sea level.”

I must admit the moment I stepped in and the “mountain” came into view I laughed out loud – it seemed completely absurd to me to be in the presence of a replica of a mountain and vegetation that should have otherwise taken a lot of hard work to see – 2,000m above sea level, you guys! That said, it was beyond amazing the kind of plants and flowers that was living in this space because I sure as heck would never have made the effort it required to see them in real life.

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14 comments on “Gardens by the Bay / Part IV.

    1. Thank you, Polly, I’m so glad you enjoyed them! I didn’t take as many as I might if I had more rolls of film on hand (the tendency to go crazy photographing flowers…) but sometimes one roll is adequate. :)

    1. It never even crossed my mind, Antonella! I guess I’m really inept when it comes to taking care of my cameras, I only very recently bought a dry box for my cameras after almost two years! :D

    1. I’m so happy to hear that you share my sentiments :D Yes, it was incredibly pretty and out of this world but also still pretty hard to handle!

  1. Those flowers colors,i love it so much :)
    At this distance the waterfall seems like something somebody would put in the middle of a Shopping Mall ahahha

    1. You’re so right, Sara! I guess that’s part of why I think it’s soooo strange because it really doesn’t look half bad but the idea of it seems like something only people living in the city can come up with.

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