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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Sweet Drops from Above
Do you remember hearing about the maple syrup heist from Canada a few months ago? Maybe not, but it was a really big deal in those circles and proved that some gold is in liquid form.
I’m not sure the man under the umbrella is too glad to be receiving the good fortune from the heavens. If only the grasshopper could get a little closer.
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During my recent road trip, I travelled through Utah and visited Arches National Park. It was the height of monsoon season, so instead of glowing red rocks against bright blue skies, I was greeted with dark red on an eerie foggy backdrop. As I was revelling in the grandeur of Arches, a solitary girl caught my eye. She was hiding from the rain under an umbrella, gazing out into the mist and rain that surrounded us. She created such a striking figure against hazy skies and flushed rock, I simply couldn’t resist the photo opportunity.
Seems like a place worth visiting rain or shine!
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I like the colours and get a kick out of that bird just watching everything
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Marianne writes, “It was very hot and that day sat in the garden under the umbrella and photographed my feet and the umbrella.”
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