free geoip pfong (older posts): April 2005

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Photographs & Notes from Singapore

Thursday, April 28, 2005

Blue God

Blue God

Monday, April 25, 2005



LC and I did a small expedition to Little India over the weekend. So much life and colour bustling in the streets.

Sunday, April 24, 2005


Little India - Enamel

Enamel containers in Little India.

Tuesday, April 19, 2005



Did an oil painting conversion of this picture here.

Sunday, April 17, 2005

Golden Descent

Golden Descent

Tuesday, April 12, 2005

San Marco


LC didn't like Venice at all. Which perhaps is not too surprising considering that we had arrived in Venice in the early dawn by rail. The railway passes the industrial district on the mainland, crosses the causeway and enters the railyard via the carparks and staging areas for visitors and goods destined for Venice proper. Without a doubt the least romantic way to enter the Serene Republic.

Her dim view of the city was probably caused by the dismal autumn weather combined with the melancholy decaying buildings, but I think that dog shit also plays a big part in this. In our first rambles around the city, she exclaimed that 'There's dog shit everywhere!'.

When you come to think of it, the dog shit isn't that surprising. Venice is overwhelmingly a city of stone. There are very few parks with grass, so if the dog has to go, the street is the only place to do it.

Venice's subtle charms did go to work though, and her initial dislike did eventually change. Apart from the glories of Saint Mark's square and the Grand Canal, there are also the little hidden treasure's like this bright spot of life and colour in the picture which we stumbled across when we got lost in San Marco.

Tuesday, April 05, 2005



Monday, April 04, 2005



I saw this couple having their wedding photo shoot on Labrador beach. After the shoot with the professional photographer, the bride took her own shots of the sunset and of her husband. She was blissfully happy, spinning around trying to take in the whole sunset horizon, oblivious of the surf washing over her wedding gown.

I am very glad to be able to share for a moment her feeling of joy and wonder.