A ferry under a bridge in Boat Quay in Singapore. Sometimes the best views in life are free.
Exposure: 1/320 sec at f/8.0 and ISO 100.
An ‘alternate’ view of the famous Buddha tooth relic temple in Singapore. This temple is one of the most beautiful temples in all of Singapore but presenting this from this angle captures the beauty in a distinct way as well. Hope you are having a good weekend.
Exposure: 1/160 sec at f/4.5 and ISO 100.
One of the stars of the Jurong Bird Park in Singapore are the Pink Flamingoes. They stand on one leg, are always grooming and look absolutely fantastic. If you are travelling through Singapore, I would highly recommend checking out the Jurong Bird Park for amazing photo opportunities
Exposure: 1/500 sec at f/5.6 and ISO 400
As you know, I am a big fan of Singapore city skyline views. The Pinnacle@Duxton is a 2.5-hectare residential complex located in Singapore and is one of the oldest public housing units in the country. In addition to being located in the absolute heart of the city, the apartment complex features the world’s two longest sky gardens of 500 metres (1,600 ft) each, on the 26th and 50th floors. The Pinnacle at Duxton Sky Garden has one of the most breathtaking views that Singapore has to offer. If you know someone living in this apartment complex, be extra nice to them because residents can take guests up there for free. And boy, it brings back the real meaning of ‘The best things in life are free’
Exposure: 1/30 sec at f/5.0 and ISO 4000
Jurong Bird Park Singapore photos. This has always been one of my favourite places to visit in Singapore. Travellers tip: Plan to spend half a day here, preferably in the morning so you can catch the various shows on offer and spend time playing with the birds. Also, keep a lookout on Groupon or pick a bundled pass that gets you tickets for cheap.
Exposure: 1/320 sec at f/6.3 and ISO 5000
Today’s photoset is not from one of my meandering walks but a specific route from my home in Singapore to my gym. There is something magical about a city at dawn and this city is no exception. These photographs were taken at 6.30AM on a Saturday morning using my iPhone4S. I definitely took more time to notice the little, random things that make Singapore so unique.
It’s not a guarantee and I definitely don’t see dramatic skies in Singapore as often, but sometimes you are blessed with sights like this
Being a Saturday morning, you see the remnants of Friday nights. For a country as clean as Singapore, it’s unfortunate these people couldn’t find a trash can to dump the rubbish into
As you can probably tell, I love the smell of the city in the morning. The distinct lack of people on the roads is very soothing. What do you like about your city? Leave a comment below and let me know what you think.
Sometimes serendipity gets you in the darndest ways in Singapore. I was just heading out for a walk when I see a studio running a Ferrari photoshoot 100metres away from my house. Luckily I was packing my camera as well.
Ferrari has been a popular luxury car in Singapore for a while now with an estimated 480-520 Ferrari’s in Singapore. I am not NEARLY as qualified to name all the models of Ferrari in this photoset but, you have to agree that it is an impressive turnout. Let me know what you think about the Ferrari cars pictures in Singapore.
Ferrari’s filling up the block. Sweet!
You little beauty
They came in colours, sizes and shapes
True Blue Italian Stallion
Sometimes serendipity comes in really luxurious packages