Friday, September 30, 2011

Our subject this week is...Stairs, going up, coming down, from behind!

A metal spiral staircase at Singapore Museum, it was closed to public for as long as I can remember, with so many ghostly stories that comes with it. Not sure if it's true though.

Colorful tiled stairs in Katong area.

Broad stairways leading toward Marina Bay Boardwalk.

Going down the spiral staircase of a light house, located in an offshore island out of bound to public except for invited guests during Maritime Week.

A long way up the staircase, at Sentosa Boardwalk.

A spiral staircase at HortPark Garden.

I saw this newly painted staircase at the Woodland Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station, it was in between the escalators. I can't resist taking photos of it, at the same time exercising my legs. 

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Wednesday, September 28, 2011


K is for KAYAK.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Ruby Tuesday: Red Bus

EMPS# 143- Pick an emotion.

Happy. Sad. Amused. Angry. Indifferent. Lonely. Wistful. Moods and EMOTIONS we all have them. Let's try putting those EMOTIONS into our photography. Go for it, I will be looking forward to your submissions this week!"


These students were so determined to complete the task of weaving paper into a heart-shaped pouch. It took a while, with my little guidance, they finally managed to do it at a booth at the Discovery Center.

Monday, September 26, 2011

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Round Robin Challenge: My Favorite

My most favorite chocolates.

Favorite flower and photo.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Pink Hibiscus

Macro Flowers Saturday badge 1

FMTSO: Black and white or Serpia

The old Supreme Court and City Hall, which by now is fully boarded up for a transformation into an art museum.

I love it's gorgeous pillars.

The heavy metal door knocker on the main entrance.
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Wednesday, September 21, 2011


Carly wanted to see autumn greeting postcard, but we don't have any autumn here in Singapore. The only season we have are the sunny and rainy season. But the Chinese here do celebrate the Mid AUTUMN Festival.Will this do, Carly?

Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as Chinese Moon Festival or Lantern festival, takes place at the 15th day of the eighth Chinese lunar month. The reason for celebrating the festival during that time is that it is the time when the moon is at its fullest and brightest.
The Mid-autumn festival is one of the  most important occasions in Chinese calendar beside  the Chinese New Year. It is a time for families to be together, so people far from home will gaze longingly at the moon and think about their families.
The traditional food for mid-autumn festival is the moon cake which is round and symbolizes reunion.

The highlight of the celebrations here is the display of lanterns in Chinatown  and Clarke Quay with street bazaars and performances.

ABC Wednesday: Jacuzzi

J is for JACUZZI with a view or the ocean, at the top of Marina Bay Sands Singapore.

Friday, September 16, 2011

Pink Flowers

Macro Flowers Saturday badge 1

Pink Cyclamen.

Pink Hollyhock.

Pink Hydrangeas.