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Offline Prabir

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Marina Bay, Singapore
« on: March 03, 2019, 03:22:55 AM »
Singapore, 2019.

#1 - Merlion Park, Marina Bay, Singapore
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Merlion Park by PK Bhattacharyya, on Flickr

#2 - The Iconic Marina Bay Sands in the afternoon, Marina Bay, Singapore
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Marina Bay Sands by PK Bhattacharyya, on Flickr

#3 - Peeping Tom, Marina Bay, Singapore
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The peep by PK Bhattacharyya, on Flickr

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Re: Marina Bay, Singapore
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2019, 03:50:02 AM »
Cute picture of the kid, Prabir.

Thanks for sharing all the great images from Singapore.  I'm impressed by the effort architects there make to keep buildings looking interesting and different.  However, that Marina Bay Sands "boat" perched on top of those three buildings seems a bit precariously situated to me.  I just don't think I'd want to be up there on a breezy day.

I'm also impressed with how it is that your photographic eye makes interesting scenes of what you see there in Singapore.

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Re: Marina Bay, Singapore
« Reply #2 on: March 05, 2019, 08:01:09 PM »
Henry, thanks for your observations and comments.

We had gone up to the boat this time also. Its on the roof of 56th floor and the visitors are allowed to visit the overhang portion on the left for a fee. The rest of the boat consists of a very large swimming pool and probably an open roof top lounge. But that area is out of bounds for the visitors. But its a very nice viewing gallery for the whole of the Bay front area.

Singapore, in my opinion, is very photogenic. One doesn't have to search too long for making good images. The environment is clean and you come across very little haze any time of the day. This makes image making way easier than many other places. Most of the images made in Singapore have been processed very little except for RAW to JPEG conversion and resizing for posting.

I am posting another lot after this, which has a few candid shots.

Happy day!!
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