Fort Canning is a delight for photographers, with so many good 'spots' for photographs...walls, benches, trees, grassy banks and stairs.  Once I started photographing, however, I realized how dark it was under those big shady trees...and that we were being munched by millions of mozzies.  Once we made it to the top of what felt like a gazillion stairs, and settled on a big open patch of grass, (next to a man serenading his girlfriend, it was quite sweet - I had to apologize for spoiling their peace and quiet) I had a much easier time at managing the light. 

Huge thanx go to Kendra for helping me keep the girls entertained...with stories of the Jelly Monster and of  Little Lumpty, and of course for getting the singing going.  (See below the cute series of Twinkle twinkle little star photos.) 

Thanx for a fun afternoon Beverly and Mark.  Your two little girls are the cutest little fairies - on - this - planet!!!
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Daddy's Girls.
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I spent a lovely afternoon at the Botanical Gardens with my friends Linda, Julie and Pearl...and their beloved dogs.  The dogs had a great time, and so did we.  
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DAY TIME......

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NIGHT TIME...

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I've been ITCHING to get these pics edited, but my computer was in for repairs this week.  I'm so grateful to have it back (slightly scary how much so) and so excited to get this post up.

After having done a maternity as well as a New Born session with Gina and Luke, it was wonderful to meet each of their parents who were in Singapore visiting - it was almost as though all the puzzle pieces had come together, making the picture complete. (It was touching)

These were done at the Singapore Botanical Gardens.  Wonderful Place - I was spoilt for choice as far as backdrops were concerned.
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