Sunday, November 29, 2009

Today's flowers # 68

Cosmos Flowers

PhotoHunt # 189 - TECHNOLOGY

Latest technology on sale, touch screen  integrated monitor and CPU.

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Color Carnival # 30


Friday My Town Shoot Out: Faces and smiles

Faces and Smiles, a theme chose by Sarah of Idaho

My darling one and only niece, Lily.

Lily's brother and a cousin having fun in the pool while the aunt is only interested in taking shots of them.

My good friends and I ( on the left)

Saw this model posing outside the famous shopping centre in Orchard Road, and I didn't waste any time clicking away from a distance.

My friend's daughter, Izza.

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Thursday Photo Challenge: ENERGY

"ENERGY" (Batteries, Power, Electrical Devices, Light Bulbs, Energy Efficient Things, Wind Mills, Walking, Cycling,...)

Burning off some energy...

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

ABC Wednesday: S

S is for SUNRISE

The SUN's already up but these 2 SLEEPY heads are still in SLUMBER-LAND.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Ruby Tuesday: Fire engine

Fire Engine rushing off somewhere from it's base , the Central Fire Station.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Macro Monday: Cactus


Today's Flowers #66


Murraya Pamiculata  or commonly known as the Orange Jasmine or Mock Orange

Sunday, November 22, 2009

PhotoHunt # 188

Flamingos at the Jurong Bird Park, Singapore.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Color Carnival # 29

Colorful tiles on a wall at a park, I could even see some buttons being used too. Beautiful isn't it?

Color Carnival will be on hiatus for the whole month of December, hopefully it will be back in January with more explosion of colors from the participants of the meme. In the meantime time to stock-up on more colorful photos.

Friday, November 20, 2009

Friday My Town Shoot Out: My Town Premier Attraction

Kent of Montana has chosen My Town's Premier attraction for this weeks topic. He wanted to see what's our hometown is noted for. A picture of something when one see will immediately be recognized as from our hometown.

Singapore has always been associated with this one particular symbol, the MERLION.

The Merlion Malay: Singa-Laut; is an imaginary creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish. Its name combines "mer" meaning the sea and "lion". The fish body comes from Singapore's ancient name back when it was a fishing village —Temasek — meaning "sea town" in Javanese . The lion head represents Singapore's original name —Singapura  — meaning "lion city" or "kota singa" , symbol was designed by Mr Fraser Brunner, for the logo  of the Singapore Tourism Board  (STB) in use from 26 March 1964 to 1997. The Merlion continues to be its trademark symbol since 20 July 1966.

First built as an eight metre tall sculpture in 1972, the Merlion was located at the mouth of the Singapore River as a prominent icon to represent Singapore.
The Merlion statue measures 8.6 metres high and weighs 70 tonnes. It was built by the late Singapore craftsman, Mr Lim Nang Seng.

Anyone who's been to Singapore would not give this place a miss.

 The Merlion has become the most photographed icon.

The bridge across the river, toward the Merlion Park.

There's another smaller Merlion just behind the big one.

 To see more pictures of participants to this meme, click HERE.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Tuesday, November 17, 2009


WooooWoooo! All aboard! Grab your cameras and photograph TRAINS. As always, the type of TRAIN is entirely up to you. Thomas The Tank, or an old Western Pacific railroad car, it's all good! An abandoned railway station works, as does a modern subway. Anything relating to TRAINS will do nicely.

Extra Credit: Show me a conductor or engineer along with your TRAIN photos!"

Miniature Train  ride around the park, in Danga Bay, Johore Bahru- our neighborhood  country.

Singapore Mass Rapit Transit ( MRT) train coming into the Ang Mo Kio Station, which is in my neighbourhood.

Palm seeds

Monday, November 16, 2009


Helianthus Annuus or the common Sunflower
Origin: Western United States.

I have always love the sunflowers, but it's not quiet commonly grown here in sunny Singapore, they usually dies after they show off their beautiful blooms. These were caught in the HortPark Garden recently.

To see more gorgeous flowers around the world and macro shots, do click on the respective logos above.