Last Tuesday, we went for lunch at East Coast.
Though we didn’t explore much (we had lunch at the hawker centre), it felt blissful to be on the beach.
The warm salty breeze.. the feeling of sand between my toes.. and the sound of waves crashing.. How wonderful it was!
For once, the tropical weather and humidity didn’t bother me at all. 🙂
Home.. Soil.. Rain.
The monsoon season is here.
Here comes the rain.. again.
During this period, the weather becomes cooler as compared to the other months.
It rains more frequently too.
Thunderstorms and lightning.. (very,very frightening!).. scattered showers.. light showers.
When the cold breeze passes through the neighborhood, it feels refreshing and lovely.
My mother calls it “新年风” (New Year’s wind).
The plants are enjoying a cool shower
Children were playing happily, until the rain started.
As it began to pour, they dispersed from the playground.. and went back home.
I think they will return once the rain is over. 🙂
A sunny day is more inviting than a cold, snowstorm..
I wished for snow on Christmas.
Like the previous years, it didn’t snow in Singapore..
Aiyo, where is my snow?!
I guess I’ve to tell myself.. the tropical warmth here is more inviting than being stuck in a snowstorm.
I live one degree north of the equator.
We get to enjoy tropical weather here..
.. It’s hot and humid all year round!
.. there is no distinct difference between Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter..
It looks the same all year round..
During springtime, there would be frequent light showers. The wind feels cooler too.
My mother would call the breeze, “新年风”… it means new year’s breeze.
If you love hot weather, do drop by Singapore for a visit! 🙂
Besides the hot weather, we have plenty of delicious local food here.. heh!
(I’ve never seen snow.. and I wonder how it’s like.. I can only imagine it when I eat Ice Kacang).
This is a response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring!