I love watching clouds because they are so fascinating. No two days are the same.
If one look carefully and let the imagination run wild, shapes and forms can be seen in the clouds. On clouds nine? The expression must have come somewhere.
This photo was taken late in the afternoon in Sentosa. At that time it was super bright sunshine and nice fluffy clouds formation. So I took a low angle shot and point the camera upwards. The reflection of the clouds can be seen on the windows.
Modern architecture against background of fluffy clouds
Another picture of a waterfall today. This time, a vertical view with a faster shutter speed. Frozen droplets.
Taken at the entrance of Resort World Sentosa. In the caves. There are various waterfalls at the entrance to photograph. Even at the basement, where the carpark is, you can see cascades of waterfall there.
It makes for a cooling effect against the humidity.
While you are here, don’t forget your camera! See ya on the next post.
But here, you can see live and action brought to life at Waterworld, Universal Studio. From the outside, you never know that inside is a theatre that houses basically a giant swimming pool with props. And the props come alive in fire, smoke, machine guns, sparks – you name it – bangs for your bucks.
For moms and dads, prams are not allowed inside. Leave them outside. Do note there is no shelter outside. When it rains, they get wet. Leave some form of cover so your kids won’t cry in misery if the prams get wet in the rain. The holding area is not immediately outside the entrance – need to make a mad dash in the rain.
That was what happenned while I was there. Boom – thunderstorm in the middle of the show. When it rains, it rains heavily here. For a short while, the sun shone for brief moments and a rainbow appeared. Not many in the crowd noticed because their attention was captivated by the live action.
The seats were marked in colours and indicate which sections would get wet. And the actors did splash water on the crowd in the front rows! Part of the entertainment. It got really loud and smoky when the action started.
Having a blast in the mist of Universal Studio Singapore
Universal Studio Singapore closes at 7pm daily. However, the restaurants and the other outside free attractions are still open.
The night landscape shows a different scenery from day time. The globe at the entrance of Universal Studio is a landmark in all it’s theme parks across the world. I had been to the US version and the globe is exactly the same. Everybody loves to photograph it.
The mist comes about now and then. At night it looks so surreal. In this photo, two little kids were playing among the mist. Another fun thing to play is the colorful water fountains.
I plan to come again to Universal Studio the later half of the year. The Madagascar play/exhibition will be opening in the middle of this year. Something new to look forward to.
For those who wondered about the red flowers at Resort World Sentosa, this is the picture. If entering Sentosa via the Boardwalk, it makes quite an entrance. Super duper popular. Everyone wants to snap a picture. To the right is the Resort World Sentosa.
I will heading off to Universal Studio tomorrow. It is going to be fun! Hope your weekend is just as fun!
There are several water fountains at the Sentosa Resort World. Below is a slide show of the different colors of the water fountain.
Water fountains are fun and you can stand among the water fountains to take pictures. Just don’t step on the holes. That is where the water come from. This is a free outdoor attraction. You only need to pay the entrance fee to Sentosa. Walk at the Boardwalk from Vivocity. Tap your transitlink card at the entrance. Entrance fee is S$1 to the island. Turn right and climb up the stairs. Beautiful views of Vivocity in the background.