Thursday, October 30, 2008

Thursday Challenge - SHINY


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Thematic photography 22 - Night

My first time taking part in Thematic Photography, this week topic is Night, which is not a favorite time for me because I need to lug the tripod with me if I want to photograpy anything. This photo is taken at Clark Quay recently with hubby as my official tripod carrier! Fell free to go over to the link to see more photos from the other participants.

Lensday challenge - LEAVES

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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

MATCHING RED


At the new terminal in Changi Airport, the red top matched the red public phone!
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MacroMonday - PETALS





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Monday, October 27, 2008

Today's flowers #12




That tiny wild flowers that almost no one give a second look.....

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Thursday challenge : HANDS

A bride's hands stained with henna, it's a tradition for the Malay and Indian brides to hennaed their hands during their wedding. Don't worry, the dye on the skin will disappeared a week later, but for the nails it's permanent . Just have to wait for it to grow and cut away the stained nails.

More photos for the Thursday Challenge can be found HERE.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Monday, October 20, 2008

Macro Monday





Dried lotus flower, all the petals had dropped and all the seed exposed.

A -Z photo Challenge

O is for OTTER.








I went to the Singapore zoo on Sunday and the first animal I shot that's near the entrance is the otter. They are so cute and adorable! there's one showing off doing black flip into the water several times.That sure pleased the crowd.

Ellipsis Monday Photo Shoot #8- REFLECTIONS


Today's flowers #11





Macroday -SOMETHING IN YOUR HAND

Photo Sunday- INANIMATE OBJECT



Unique Photo Challenge - THIRSTY


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Sunday, October 19, 2008

Photograph your hometown.


Train rolling in Ang Mo Kio station, that's the nearest one to my apartment.About less than 5 minute drive away.



Public housing apartments around my neighbourhood, almost 70 percent of our population stays in high rise apartment due to lack of land in our tiny island.



New mall just opposite the Ang Mo Kio MRT station, lots of shops, eateries, supermarket, banks...all I need to do is to take a public bus which is about 10 minutes journey away from my place. Buses run every 10- 15 minutes, so there's no hassle travelling by public transport here in Singapore. Sometimes I just walk there.



Lower Pierce Reservoir, about 5 minutes drive away.


The old and new, side by side.


The pristine East Coast Beach, about 35 minutes drive away. Well, being an an island, we're surrounded by beaches!

Saturday, October 18, 2008