I haven’t run in the Singapore Botanic Gardens for a long while because I find it demanding to navigate the many fellow-exercisers in the early mornings & late evenings.
As I am rehabilitating a fractured toe, I decided to lace up my shoes for a test-walk. Time of departure was 10am, hours later than I usually set out, so I decided I would chance it in the Gardens.
It was a restorative ramble, although I had to stop often to rest my legs and toe. I had forgotten how healing it is to be surrounded & hugged by greenery. I have missed communing with the plants & flowers: just me, my shadow & little critters for company.
Feature photo is taken near the Tanglin Gate Entrance of the Singapore Botanic Gardens, featuring a large Sago Palm.