Tag Archives: Singapore


Colourful Clarke Quay

Singapore is a colourful city. I didn't tropical business-hub to be so vibrant and vivid, so as a photographer I was delighted to experience not just the modern architecture mixed with Asian heritage, but also the colourful expression of city's colonial past. We explored the city mostly by foot, but a boat tour from Marina…
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Marina Bay Sands

I love spending time around the Downtown Core area of Singapore whenever I visit the exotic Asian city. The island nation has developed a unique combination of the old and the new, of Asian and western and of formal and casual. Photographically, the Downtown Core is a dream. There are many buildings, bridges, and other…
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Colours of Old Hill Street

Whatever way you look at it, Singapore is a colourful city. It boasts a colourful mix of cultures, cuisines and language, and it boasts a rich array of colourful architecture. With 927 windows in a variety of colours, Singapore’s Old Hill Street Police Station is a striking landmark as you cruise up the Singapore River…
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The Flyer and the Flower

The Flyer and the Flower Made during our recent trip to Singapore, this image shows two of the iconic sights around the Downtown Core of this beautiful city. On the left is the Singapore Flyer, the second largest ferris wheel in the world. On the right is the fabulous ArtScience Museum, which was built to…
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Downtown Core by Night

Downtown Core by Night     Singapore’s Downtown Core is the CBD of the city, built around the visually spectacular Marine Bay. The Bay is a freshwater reservoir, ensuring generally smooth surfaces for reflections from the picturesque city at night. As usual, blue hour is very much my favourite time to shoot, and this image…
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Triple Sands and Double Helix

    Singapore is an incredibly photogenic city, with so many interesting sites to see and capture. One great area to spend time is around the Marina Bay area. The architecture here is spectacular, with some of the more interesting examples including the Marina Bay Sands complex (the three buildings ‘connected’ by a ‘ship’ on…
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