It is easy to forget how lucky one can be to live under the tropics and to notice less how rich tropical wildlife is. Europe enjoys temperate climate except for its southern regions dominated by subtropical climate. There is however a very special place in Europe where tropical climate can […]
Image created on September 12, 2013 at the Singapore Zoo with Canon EOS-5D Mark III and Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L IS. ISO 250, f/2.8, 1/160s, Evaluative metering + 2/3 EV. As the last few posts have been about birds, I felt that some felines would be in order today… Even as I like […]
Pascal’s Gamble is a philosophical argument made by French Blaise Pascal in the 17th century. It is about discussing the existence of god from a personal benefit point of view. In certain aspects, the struggle of Singapore between economical growth and nature preservation is similar to Pascal’s Gamble.
Singapore is a little piece of paradise, the island-country is enjoying all benefits of modern life, its population is hard working and its success is an example for nearly all if not all of Asian countries. At the same time it is plenty of nature, culture and history. Singapore is […]
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