Gardens By The Bay Singapore (Super Trees)

Shot at Gardens By the Bay Singapore. HDR version of 360 VR tours.

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Copyright: Roy chuang
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Resolution: 6000x3000
送信日: 15/12/2012
更新日: 02/05/2013


Tags: gbtb; gardens by the bays; singapore; gardens; marina; roy; chuang; roy chuang; photography
  • Chen about 1 year ago
    I'm writing a mini survey on environmental landscape design. However, there are little further information about the SUPERTREE in the internet and I have never been to Singapore. So I have to inquiry you of something in detail. Would you please tell me the radius of canopy and trunk and the energy consumption of 50-meter level SUPERTREE? I wonder whether solar energy can provide enough energy to the 50m tree.
  • writeby over 1 year ago
    An eco theme park. Spectacular. But I love the quote of Man and nature co-existing, when everything here, right down to the last flower petal is Man made. How about Man conquering nature to produce a loveliness not equaled even close by "Mother Nature."
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