Malaysian Nature Society train members in photography

A group of about 30 nature lovers from the ages of 12 to 76, were at the Panti Bird Santuary Park, Kota Tinggi on Sunday morning under the pupillage of the chairman of Johor Malaysia Nature Society (MNS) Vincent Chow.

Chow said that the aim of the photography session is to produce a handbook on Panti plants. This project was undertaken by MNS so that they could educated young people on the riches of the forest.

The photography session also taught the entourage to enjoy the forest setting, how to photograph roadside and common plants at Panti.

Renellia
Melastoma
Plant affected by Blister Blight.
Members shooting at the plants.