In response to WPC: Rare
The stuff of ladies’ dreams, and men’s nightmare.
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
Yes, this post is horribly belated. After all national day is on 9 August. I didn’t have a lot of good pictures from national day, since most images look too cliché and the weather was relatively poor – cloudy, hazy with light drizzle. Only two images from SG50!
Tribute To Lee Kuan Yew In SG50 National Day Parade
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Why does this post have the ‘1’ postfix? Because this is definitely not the last time I will be visiting and making images of this place. There should be more photographic possibilities in the future when inspiration strikes again. Built on the site of the original National Stadium (Which was quite a large splendid example of brutalism. Do an internet search for images of it if you are interested.), the new Sports Hub encompasses a new Stadium, sports facilities, a mall (yup this is Singapore all right 😉 ), links to an indoor stadium, links to another mall with a cinema, links to other event halls, ice skating ring, and a whole load of other stuff. Read what the official website says, “a world-class, integrated sports, entertainment, and lifestyle hub delivering world-class sporting and entertainment events.”
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.”