In response to WPC: Experimental
Reflections And Colours
I’ve been busy again. Maybe I’ll get back to doing more pictures soon. Maybe.
Man Looking At Ladies’ Luxury Shopping
Nikon D610, 50mm, f/5.6, 1/250, ISO 1100
The stuff of ladies’ dreams, and men’s nightmare.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Vibrant
In which we look at a red space, a modern mall, and a really old mixed-use mall/office/residential building.
Red Corner And Stairs
Nikon D610, 18mm, f/5.6, 1/40, ISO 1800
Continue reading “Photo Album Week 48: Architecture”
Nikon D610, 90mm, f/3, 1/250, ISO 6400
Singapore: Some well-deserved renovations for the old, maybe-historic housing estate. Brave red colours go well with the building’s vintage appeal. For some reason old buildings get this kind of bold colour treatment and they go very well together.
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.
National Library,Singapore: There is actually a spot where you can look up to the skylight and the surrounding blocks. Most people don’t have the habit of looking at the roof of course, so this goes unnoticed most of the time.
A mall uses an interesting industrial design in a part of the interior.