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“It suddenly struck me that that tiny pea, pretty and blue, was the Earth. I put up my thumb and shut one eye, and my thumb blotted out the planet Earth. I didn't feel like a giant. I felt very, very small.” – Neil Armstrong (1930-2012)

Fresh Reads from the Science 'o sphere!

Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Photo Gallery Three

More arty snapshots of life in Singapore, with the usual Fresh Brainz-style of quirkiness.

Archway to the sky
(2007) Sony DSC-S600

Big balloon
(2007) Sony DSC-S600

Hang on!
(2007) Sony DSC-S600

(2007) Sony DSC-S600

Lines & curves II
(2007) Sony DSC-S600

Moonrise over Orchard
(2007) Sony DSC-S600

Ribbons in the sky
(2007) Sony DSC-S600

Shadow of wealth and power
(2007) Sony DSC-S600

(2007) Sony DSC-S600

The big pour
(2007) Sony DSC-S600

Triangles in bloom
(2007) Sony DSC-S600

Would you like to know more?

VivoCity Photo Gallery
Photo Gallery One
Photo Gallery Two


The Flying Trilobite said...

Gorgeous Lim! I love the Symmetry and Ribbons In The Sky pictures especially.

Of course, The Ribbons In The Sky picture is clearly depicting something otherworldy. Should we go with UFO or religious visitation? How about a ghost swooping. yeah, that's the ticket. :-)

Hawks said...

"Archway to the Sky" was DEFINITELY my favorite. It's just so clean and simple. Beautiful. Makes me want to start photographing again. Maybe I should start by transferring my old slides to digital media(?)... Sorry, just rambling.

Lim Leng Hiong said...

To Glendon:

Thanks for the compliments! The "ribbons" in the sky were actually radio-controlled kites with shiny LEDs on them. Or perhaps they were miraculous lights of divine origin. I should really devote equal time to both of these two opposing opinions.


To Hawks:

Thanks! I was waiting for a more colourful evening sky, but it remained a boring blue and lights were going out fast, so I took the shot anyway. I'm glad you like it!

Yes, I encourage you to put up some of your old slides. I'd love to see them.

Although I shoot digital all the time now, it still can't beat the crisp sharpness of a 35mm photo. Not until they hit 30-some megapixels anyway.

Happy shooting!