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Flower Dome Architecture, Gardens by the Bay

The architecture at the Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay has always fascinated me.

Beyond the beautiful flowers that reside within – this is the reflective beauty of the glass walls that stream light into its home.

Curved walls, patterns and textures, lines criss-crossing everywhere, reflection, defraction, illusion, imagination. Look up to the ceiling, steel beams connecting all that prism of light.

Light glow at the staircase…..stairway to heavens?…….well that is my imagination running a bit wild.

If you have not been here, from this montage, I hope you get a glimpse of what my eyes see.

For more information about the Flower Dome, click > Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay


Montage of glass walls architecture at Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay

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Posted by on August 25, 2014 in photography


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Night Architecture – Beach Road, Singapore

Night Architecture – Beach Road, Singapore


night ladscape at beach road

Night architecture at Beach Road, Singapore


Night photography with a group of friends from Shutter Journey (Singapore) Photography Group with the theme SJS Limited Series 50mm Mono Night at Beach Road

Things look very different at night. Especially in black and white. Focus was more on the architecture aspect.

Thanks for viewing! Have a great weekend! 🙂

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Black and white architecture at Beach Road


Black and White Night Landscape at Beach Road, Singapore

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Posted by on April 5, 2014 in photography, singapore, Travel


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Updated Photos on Punggol Waterway at Punggol Central

These photos were taken yesterday along that stretch of road near Punggol Central. I love the white arch architecture. It is quite distinctive. Someone was jogging down below while I was taking photos. Construction works are going non-stop from what I see, even on Sundays. At the other side of the road, many cranes dotted the skyline, hard at work.

At the other end of Punggol Reservoir, I discovered the creeper plants at that gabezo are actually morning glory plants and they are flowering. More construction works going on there as well. The right side of the construction site from Sengkang Park Connector has been barricaded but there is a footpath among the bushes.

Meanwhile, here are the pictures taken at My Waterway @Punggol near Punggol Central.

Update : The opening of Punggol Waterway or My Waterway @Punggol has been announced as 23 October 2011. More updates later!

The arch at Punggol Waterway

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Arch Bridge cum Viewing Platform

viewing platform at punggol waterway

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punggol waterway

my waterway @punggol

punggol waterway

punggol waterway

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Posted by on September 11, 2011 in photography, postaday2011, singapore


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Visitor Center at Chek Jawa

An architecture post today.

The Visitor Center at Chek Jawa in Pulau Ubin is a wonderful addition to the attraction on the island. After walking about 50 meters from the Hut waiting area – where the vans and bicycles need to stop – the Information Booth will greet visitors on the right.

There are three walking trails with directional signs from here. To the right is the Visitor Center. It is a beautiful tudor-style architecture. There are interactive information booth and display boards about the wonderful wildlife in Chek Jawa. Take the time to read. Move along to the front and a jetty down below greet visitors for further exploration.

Photos of the Visitor Center below.

Entrance to Chek Jawa's Visitor Center

View from the front of the Visitor Center.

Roof Architecture

Step by Step

Brick Staircase

Almost at the top of the stairs

Almost at the top of the staircase

View from the Jetty

Heading back to the Visitor Center from Jetty

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Posted by on May 19, 2011 in photography, postaday2011, singapore


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KL View from Petronas Twin Towers

Let’s bounce to another city skyline.

This was taken a few years ago while we were in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital city. We went up to the Petronas Twin Towers and had a great time. The view was simply spectacular!

Petronas Twin Towers stands at 88-storey and quite an architectural marvel. The lifts stop at various viewing galleries. Looking down, things look so small and it was quite windy there.

These aren’t the best qualities I know, just did the best I can in cleaning them up. Strange how they end up with a bit of HDR look. Yes, it is a bit tilted. I don’t like following rules all the time 😉


Posted by on May 7, 2011 in Malaysia, photography, postaday2011, Travel


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Wellington Purple Sunset

Wellington, New Zealand

From one city to another city – Wellington, New Zealand.

On my first backpacking trip to New Zealand alone, I wanted to cover both North Island and South Island. This being my first trip to the North Island, I did not know what to expect. So basically the itinerary was left open and I just pinpoint a place I wanted to stay a night or two. As the ferry from Picton approached Wellington, the view painted a skyline very much like home. Big modern skyscaper buildings reaching for the sky, hustle and bustle of the city.

That evening, it was cruising time along the harbour. It wasn’t as crowded as I expected. So there was time for reflection, soaking in the view, watching people and the scenery went by.

Photo taking was leisurely done and this was one of the picture that turned out with the crescent moon in the backdrop.

Fun Facts
– Wellington is also known as the windy city
– Do you know that Wellington is New Zealand’s capital, not Auckland?

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Sky View of Buildings from Orchard Road

Orchard Road is a blend of old and new buildings if one really look closely. This was taken from the top view of Orchard Central Shopping Mall.

On the left frame, construction are still ongoing for the condominiums. This is prime estate. Expect cost for a small apartment to be at the very minimum S$1 million though I suspect it costs a whole lot more.

On the other hand, those terracotta type roof tops of the shophouses are the remains of the old history of Singapore. Peranakan Place have such beautiful architecture. Must remind myself to do a close-up next time.

In the distance are the skyscraper buildings nearby Novena and Newton and what looks like the housing estates of Toa Payoh in the far horizon.

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View of Singapore Landscape from Orchard Central


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