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By: Cheong Weng Chun

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Wednesday, 7-Dec-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Got it on my Off Day

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This is my final posting in Fotopages.com. Feel free to go to my new blog at http://wengchun.blogspot.com

Saturday, 3-Dec-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
End of a day's work

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It was a busy day for me at work today. As I was making my round in the park and waiting for the sun to set, I manage to capture a few moments in photo which I would like to share with you. Hope you enjoy it. This is not the best shot if to be analysed professionally by professional photographer, however, it translates what I saw with my eyes with the help of my Nikon D70.

Wednesday, 23-Nov-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Almost to the limit

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Dear all visitors,

I've reached 95% of my limited storage space. I think I should be sending a few more shots to complete the balance 5%.

Here are a few shots taken from Taman Botani Putrajaya. I realised that I have not been posting much flora photos. so here they are for your viewing pleasure.

Sunday, 20-Nov-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Taman Tasik Cempaka revisited

was showing 2 guests around the park. not many birds. there were some folks catching fish in the shallow area. only managed to see 3 cinnamon bitterns, few baya weavers, few white-headed munias, scaly-breasted munias, common mynas, white-throated kingfisher, yellow-vented bulbul, little heron but no painted stork. Saw the storks perching high up on the pylon before coming to the park though.

after the guests left, i stayed on for another 1/2 hour. now, there are more birds - great egret, little egrets, little herons, common sandpiper, white-breasted waterhen, pond heron....

Saturday, 19-Nov-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Taman Wetland Putrajaya: Bird Photography

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It has been raining for the past week. Water level rises. Marsh no more. The wetland cells are now flooded. Only some patches of vegetation. That's where the swamphens hang around. Above the cell, a group of 8 black baza pass by from north to south (9.30am). Occasionally yellow bitterns can be spotted with a few blue-tailed bee-eaters.

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