Yesterday Many Again

From the Hands-On dictionary

Foreign fallen leave – Dead leave on 2-D (x-axis/ y-axis) horizontal plane that are chased away to mess up the same area.

Foreign flying leave – Dead leave on H-D (z-axis) vertical plane that are thrown/ dropped off to mess up the same area.

Foreign floating leave – Dead leave on F-D (f-axis) feigning plane that are hang up on the same area, faking levitation.

The same area – Small perimeter area of the same single HDB block (in Sengkang), with few tall trees planted around.

Hands-On Green Matters

And more of foreign ‘flying’ leaves (aka foreign ‘fallen’ leaves) …

[ Photos taken by Nokia X3-02 Phone, M1 $0 Phone Deal ]

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