|Two went on foot while the other two were on bicycles. We followed a path starting from an illegal dump site and it was running along the water edge.|
|We were delighted to see the dredge from a distance as it is still floating majestically on the pond and I was eager to get closer to it.|
|The name of this dredge is called Sri Banting secretly hidden in a quiet big pond. We could hear dogs barking as we came near it and I was worried that the dogs could be aggressive.|
|Fortunately the dogs were not able to reach us as they were separated from the land and the dredge. The two loud barking dogs sounded fierce but I think they are friendly as their tails were wagging continuously as they barked.|
|You just need a couple of pulls on the rope to get across to Sri Banting but nobody suggested to do so hence we were safe from the dogs.|
|View from a small floating pontoon that could connect to the dredge.|
|Robert setting up his Mavic for the challenge.|
|This drone is small, portable and lovely to bring about for aerial photography.|
SK & Robert were all set for their fun to view from the top.
|Dahon Speed P8 came in handy in this tough terrain as Anne and myself went on nosing around the surrounding trying to get different angles of Sri Banting.|
A short clip of the morning.