PHOTO: This tree shed all its leaves just weeks ago. All the vehicles that parked beneath it are covered with its dried leaves. Now it has new ones and new shoots.
PHOTO: Some lighter green parts bathing in the morning sunlight appears yellow in comparison.
I walk along the side of the car park and cross a main road to visit the neighbourhood vegetable garden. Two elderly aunties are too engrossed in their work to notice me. There is also one elderly uncle who setup the wire mesh with the support of thin bamboo poles, for the long-bean plants to twin around. This uncle is not around today.
PHOTO: The neighbourhood vegetable garden with different types of plants.
PHOTO: The crisscross strings and wires provide supports for the plant to crawl upwards.
PHOTO: The lady's finger already have some fruits. Last week while my bus is passing by, I saw some with yellow flowers.
PHOTO: These lady's fingers fried with prawn chillies are very tasty.
PHOTO: Onions leaves and sun-flower (flower that opens when there is sunshine. Some more long bean plants at the top-right.
PHOTO: The fenced up area is the actual allocated space for gardening. But the enthusiastic uncles and aunties have already extended the area by more than 2 times.
PHOTO: Very soon the long beans will grow and we can expect a plentiful harvest.
PHOTO: Gardening as well as Farming requires hard work, especially physically. Maybe this is one way of keeping fit and at the same time as a hobby.
PHOTO: This is the beginning of the long Avenue 8. The other end is about 7 bus stops away and ends at Punggol Park.
PHOTO: This is avenue 2, with many bungalows and terraces across the opposite side.