First day of a week-long break! A good way to start it is getting some coffee and a scone from Starbucks! It’s the little things in life that make the difference!
Check out these images of some of the characters from Star Wars. They’re composites from scenes and objects that they’re related to in the movies. These are the promotional posters that are part of the Star Wars Identities exhibition at the ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands that I visited earlier today.
Esplanade regularly has new exhibits. Right now, they have this very elaborate loom exhibit with a nautical theme called “Diver-city” complete with a school of fish, several octopi, whales, lobsters and coral reefs. The artist, Mulyana, is from Yogyakarta in Indonesia, and is known for his textiles installations and crocheted works.
I discovered these two very large murals in China Square. When I started working in this area in 2016, these were not around. They are a recent addition that really brighten up the area.
It’s kinda nice when you get a note like this from your barista at your coffee shop. 😊
I got lucky this evening as a storm front passed by. This was approximately a 5 minute exposure using my iPhone XS on the moment app. Sometimes it’s a matter of being at the right time, and the right place with the right set of conditions!
2020 has been a difficult year, with COVID-19 impacting almost everyone around the world. At the end of the year, I am grateful to be able to share a lovely Christmas dinner with the people who are important. Here’s wishing the 2021 is better for all of us. Have a safe holiday!
Pleasantly enough, Singapore has its fair share of murals that are impeccably maintained. This one is in Telok Ayer, and is a very long one along the wall behind the Thian Hock Temple. It shows Singapore’s progressive development over the ages. Its sheer width makes it very difficult to capture in a single frame to …
Just another winter afternoon storm here in Singapore. This was shot using an iPhone XS and the Moment app on my windowsill and then post processed on my mobile phone. It’s a five minute exposure. These storms have been quite regular off late here in Singapore.