Sighting the chameleon, spotting a swallowtail moth, viewing 5mm tiny flowers, these are views I saw in May/June 2014 In Singapore
Views I saw in May/June 2014 In Singapore
Chameleon blend in very well with the environment, so well till usually it is not easy to spot them. I didn’t notice this chameleon but my Dad did. When it noticed that it was sighted, it tried to run away fast.
The most talked about in town in May 2014 is the swallowtail moth. It is a giant moth as big as 15 cm. These are usually found in Himalaya, Borneo and Malaya Peninsula. I finally got sight of it too.
There were quite a lot of the small flowers, about 5 mm, growing either on the grass or out of the slit between the tiles.
But these I took were from the grasses.
It seems that not only the number of Swallowtail moth increased but also the butterfly. I spotted more than usual.
And the lovely reddish clouds in June.
These are the beautiful views I saw in May/June 2014 In Singapore! Aren’t they gorgeous? Look around and I am sure you will see more of such fantastic view. As for us, we will keep looking and appreciating what our Mother Nature bring to us daily.