Attached is my photo of my foot on a pebbled reflexology path in Singapore. You find these in most of the parks over here and a painful to walk on barefoot. Thought the cultural side might be interesting.
I’m an expat dad who recently started writing a blog from a dads view of things to do in Singapore and places to travel to.
Nice shot, looks like it would be weird to walk on!
I took this photo of my feet (including all toes) while I was staying on Sentosa Island in Singapore. I had just got off my ship (DB-50) after about 30 days of sea trials. We had spent the entire time in the anchorage with occasional trips out to do sea trials. I was SO glad to get off the ship, but still enjoyed watching them from my perch by the pool high above the harbor
Nice shot, very unusual view !
Artsycraftsy exploration: Haji Lane in Singapore
I’ve just been to sunny Singapore and I did some exploring on my own. I stayed at a hostel beside the artsy Haji lane. Haji lane makes me nostalgic and reminds me of the old Cubao X and how we used to hang out in that area around 9 years ago. It also reminds me a bit of The Collective, with all the street art and stickers everywhere. Most of the stores were closed when I did my exploring, but I was content just looking at the beautiful artwork and store facades. The place was just brimming with color and creative energy:
To read more about my Singapore adventure, check out my other blog for the Part 1 post.
Great mural, must be a very cool neighborhood!
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“Here’s a shot taken at the Singapore Changi Airport. Getting ready to fly off to Melbourne for a whole week of happy time with the Bestie.”
Nice shot, almost abstract in some ways,
The last repast…
Last breakfast at Wilmonar Avenue… furniture shipped out, only children’s tables and chairs – and serious conversation – left behind at this point…
Great shot, guess they are going over the next set of logistics
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Chelsea is 15 now and she loves having her nails done and we have been lucky enough to have a great manicurist look after her to give her regular pedicures even when she was in the ICU in hospital. We live in Singapore and when you sit in a wheelchair one of the things people look at is your feet so as Chelsea mostly wears thongs or sandals it is important that her nails look good. She loves it and has been having pedicures since she was about 5. This photo was very special as we had her nails done for her art exhibition in a style that matches the wheelie art paintings that she does with her wheelchair. The Paintability vision is “when you can’t hold a brush in your hands, mouth or feet, just use your wheels and dance” read more on her website www.paintability.org or on her facebook page www.facebook.com/paintability
Wow, there are no words for this. Chelsea, you are simply an awesome young lady!
Check out Mom on the Side as well as the links above for more on this super inspiring young artist!
:: The Blame Game ::
The society we live in almost in every part of the world sadly, is fill with the blame game.
No one wants to be at fault because no one wants to take in the consequences that comes along with it.
But being blame can be a good thing if we were to see it in another angle.
It is about self-improvement.
You are blaming me because you know you can’t handle the truth but I can.
This makes you a winner already.
Make the blamer say what they have to say because at the end of the day, no reward will come forth to them.
Very creative image!
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My name is Len. I was looking for my old pictures from back when I lived in Singapore. When I finally found them (after a big search trough every bookshelf in my home) this was the first picture I found. So charming. Haha!
This is me and my older brother about 13 or 14 years ago.
Its funny to see how much we have changed. But still best friends!
When I found this picture I immediately thought about toemail!
Great looking kids! Time sure flies doesn’t it? And thanks for thinking of us!
This photo was taken in Nirwana Resort Hotel on Bintan Island, Singapore, September 2011.
It is a lovely resort, nice pool, even lizards liked to swim in that pool, yes there were lizards! They liked to occupy the pool during rainy periods when swimmers got up from the pool.
Nice shot, but we wanna see the lizards lol
Beautiful picture, wonderful words!
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It happened so fast but this image was always stuck on my mind; the moment that unfolded as I reacted to it. She turned around, saw him and smiled. She walked over, they held hands and they kissed. At that moment, her leg went up like a princess in a fairytale story would when she is kissing somebody and its over.
I only managed to capture one frame and really enjoyed the moment shared by the couple.
Close your eyes and I’ll kiss you, Tomorrow I’ll miss you.”
Jamie Chan – Visual Storyteller, Traveler
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Very cool shot, what a great statue!
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Nice shot, looks relaxing.
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Location: Downtown East
When we went here: On daddy’s birthday on January 12th, 2013
We were here for 7 hours from 11 am. to 6 pm.
After a hard play in Wild Wild Wet, Rafael slept for 11 hours at night and another 3 hours at noon the following day. Plus I had to massage his hands and feet for several times because he said he was so tired, hahaha…..
My boy is getting bigger now…..he showed his courage which I never had seen before. I guess he is braver now because of his increasing age…..but on the other hand…..his parents are becoming more timid with the increasing of their age.
For more information, please visit their website at http://www.wildwildwet.com. Don’t forget that life jackets are provided for free in 4 different sizes in many places around this area, so it is highly recommended that children wear them.
Mommy and me before “tsunami” came
Looks like Dad had a pretty good birthday!
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A street in China Town in Singapore. Melbourne China Town, with its small street of restaurants and grocery stores, pales in comparison to this thriving and vibrant place.
Nice shot! Seems people know how to pace themselves.