Great looking kids! Time sure flies doesn’t it? And thanks for thinking of us!
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.”
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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.
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.
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Never saw that many ships on the horizon before – busy place!
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This was taken in a Singapore hotel room last week.
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Bits of Little India
Ended my 2012 with some shots of Little India, one of the more cultural places to visit in Singapore. You can find friendly local and foreign Indians who are ever willing to pose for you. You’ll also see most of them sitting on grass patches chatting with their buddies as pictured above.
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Full Maya in Singapore
Goncamama: Sweetheart, would you like to eat more pasta?
Maya: I’m fuuuuullllll
Goncamama: C’mon lets go play!
Maya: I’m fuuuuuulllllll
Goncamama: Maya come let me hug you!
Maya: Noooooo I’m fuuullllllllll!
Goncamama: !!!! )))))
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