Good weather is difficult to come by. So we try to make the best use of every moment where there is a genuinely blue sky. Have you ever noticed most pictures of buildings on the internet has a blown-out sky and background, like there is a nuclear blast happening somewhere at the back of the subject? 😛
Singapore 2016: Orchard Gateway
Nikon D610, 27mm, f/5.6, 1/400, ISO 100
The sky is somewhat less blue for this, though the building is another matter. 🙂
The next image however – say hello to true blue skies!
Singapore 2016: Orchard Central Rooftop Garden
Nikon D610, 18mm, f/8, 1/200, ISO 100
Maybe I’ll do something different in the next post. – WY
In which we take a look at old vintage buildings in a modern metropolitan city, a library, and life with mobile phones.
Old Vintage Buildings And New Skyscrapers
Nikon D610, 35mm, f/8, 1/250, ISO 100
Singapore: Certain parts of the urban city with old buildings are placed under conservation law, and so retain that old vintage design. Continue reading “Photo Album Week 42-2: Singapore Life”
Singapore: It seems that a popular way to give old buildings a fresh look is to dress it in garish colours. Bright yellow-orange is somehow as natural to these vintage buildings as white is to new contemporary modern architecture.
Singapore: Yes it can get hot and humid.