Day 6: Singapore at NightI’ve always wanted to photograph the skyline of Singapore at night. There is something uniquely intimate about the anonymity of a big city; a smaller town cannot offer the same feeling of privacy. Being able to gaze down at the city below, seeing the cars as tiny moving dots of light while the warm quietness of the night air surrounded me was exactly how I imagined it would be.http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/9yZQ/5221820b

Day 6: Singapore at Night

I’ve always wanted to photograph the skyline of Singapore at night. There is something uniquely intimate about the anonymity of a big city; a smaller town cannot offer the same feeling of privacy. Being able to gaze down at the city below, seeing the cars as tiny moving dots of light while the warm quietness of the night air surrounded me was exactly how I imagined it would be.

http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/9yZQ/5221820b

Day 3: City of Bright LightsThe Marina Bay skyline is gorgeous. Today was Formula 1 Qualifying, and this was our view from the Grandstand. The weather stayed dry and then suddenly the sky opened up with torrential rain and lightning, just 10 mins after the last car went in. The track is very brightly lit, so I used a filter, and then exposed it for a long time to compensate.http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/9vmL/5221820b

Day 3: City of Bright Lights

The Marina Bay skyline is gorgeous. Today was Formula 1 Qualifying, and this was our view from the Grandstand. The weather stayed dry and then suddenly the sky opened up with torrential rain and lightning, just 10 mins after the last car went in. The track is very brightly lit, so I used a filter, and then exposed it for a long time to compensate.

http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/9vmL/5221820b

Day 1: We All Welcome You to SingaporeA few months ago +Chad Haney tagged me on the Five a Day quest (take a photo everyday for five days). I figured I’d take up his challenge here while I’m in Singapore as there are lots of interesting things to photograph.I like this cluster of CCTVs that I saw on my first day here. Singapore is a very clean, law-abiding city with a very low crime rate. You can see why (and they can too!)http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/9ukI/5221820b

Day 1: We All Welcome You to Singapore

A few months ago +Chad Haney tagged me on the Five a Day quest (take a photo everyday for five days). I figured I’d take up his challenge here while I’m in Singapore as there are lots of interesting things to photograph.

I like this cluster of CCTVs that I saw on my first day here. Singapore is a very clean, law-abiding city with a very low crime rate. You can see why (and they can too!)

http://click-to-read-mo.re/p/9ukI/5221820b