In which we look at a scene on the street and a cute, cuddly giant bear.
Well I’ve got my new PC and finally settled into my new home. I have two weeks of intensive travel ahead of me though, so expect this blog to fall somewhat silent again. The bad news is, half of that travel is work-related so expect no images to come out of that. The good news is, the other half is leisure-related, so maybe I can get some good pictures out of that!
Some images before I leave: Of people walking under the hot sun with a phone, a look at a hotel, and some Vietnamese vermicelli.
Still life of a fire safety corner tucked to the side of a building complex.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “(Extra)ordinary.”
Singapore: It’s not such that much of a big deal as leftist alarmists like to claim. These are deployed all over the island. The advantage is that anyone who commits a crime caught on camera need to leave the country in less than 24 hours or there is over 90% chance that they will get caught. There is a little advantage here for photographers – it is not an offence to record footage or images in public, since it is technically not an offence for the security authorities to do so. As far as the written law is concerned, private property, military sites and obscenity is off limits, but nearly everything else that appears in public is acceptable.