Kent Ridge Park was the site of a fierce battle between the Malay Regiment of the British Army and the Japanese in World War II. Many brave soldiers were killed defending this fortress. Today it is a pleasant park with lots of greenery, flowers and birds. I chose to take this lot of photos in sepia because I think the deprivation of colours will sharpen my observation skills as I was forced to pay more attention to shapes, shades and texture. It is not a handicap not to be in possession of the ability to see colours as normal people do. People who can see the entire range of colours and who can detect all the subtle differences in every hue visible to the naked eye can also be blind to what truly makes the world beautiful.