Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse and Water Wheel

The Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse was built in 1895 to safely guide ships traveling to Australia’s eastern ports. It’s situated at the most southerly point of Australia at Cape Leeuwin, and marks the point where the Indian and Southern Oceans meet. Unfortunately on the day when Clarence and myself visited it during our trip to Western… Continue reading Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse and Water Wheel

Sugarloaf Rock

Situated near the coastline of the Leeuwin-Naturiste National Park, the Sugarloaf Rock is said to be one of the most widely photographed seascapes in Western Australia. After a short drive from Bussel Jetty, Clarence and I arrived at a lookout point overlooking the rock formation close to sunset. At the same time, a storm is… Continue reading Sugarloaf Rock

Henderson Waves

Standing at 36m above Henderson Road, the Henderson Waves is Singapore’s tallest pedestrian bridge in Singapore. It links Mt. Faber Park to Telok Blangah Hill and is part of the Southern Ridges, a 9km trail that links several parks in the southern end of Singapore. The distinctive feature of the bridge are the wave-like structures… Continue reading Henderson Waves