Le Fugitif

September 22, 2013

A tree that witnesses

Filed under: Weddings — cyan6 @ 10:05 pm

Some months ago, Tim proposed Jess under a Pandanus tree at Fingal Heads.

He scored. The happy couple are getting married next month.

So in the first weekend of Sept, we went back to exactly where they engaged to shoot the pre-wedding photos.

The location is a bit far away from to the nearest car park.

We climbed up the hill,  through a sandy & sloppy path,then some steps and boardwalk.

We passed around a small light-house, and then walked along a winding and windy ridge.

There were hundreds of Pandanus spreading around this side of hinterland. They all looked pretty similar.

Tim, however, soon spotted and recognised the one they engaged at without a doubt.

Here is the tree we were looking for. It is big and tall as a Pandanus.

It got a few strong branches stretch towards sky, but there are also couple broken ones.

It must have a hard life.

It is standing a spot that just a few feet from a rocky cliff face, with strong sea breeze whistling all year round.

It has been witnessing the how the ocean moves and how the rocks shattered, days in and days out.

Now it is witnessing something new as amazing as all that, something that called



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