People watching, camwhoring, taking a nap onboard after a long and fun day, reading travel guides, storytelling, hanging out with an ‘adopted’ Filipino friend/Seoulmate, looking out the window and seeing the view changing as we go along, catching up last train rides, getting stuck in one station, simply being aware that the train’s moving …I miss this <3
Almost done! Another set of overdue pictures, this time it’s from our last night in Singapore. We took a chilly stroll to see the city at night. Spots to watch out for: the Singapore Flyer, Helix Bridge, Marina Bay Sands building and of course the skyline.
It was named Helix basically because of its shape. This reminds me of molecules in chemistry and the double-helix DNA model by Francis Crick and James Watson HAHA. At the back is the Marina Bay Sands which houses a swimming at the top of the building! But you have to pay if you wanna go up.
At the right is a soccer field -floating on water :)
Seeing things in a different way~
Close-up version of the Helix Bridge. It’s just a walkway and no cars can pass through here.
another set of overdue photos since summer (blame life)
Took these photos during a show entitled “Song of the Seas” in Sentosa Island. The lights, water effects, pyrotechnics, and music will really leave you in awe. If only I could watch this twice -one for taking pictures and videos and the other for simply enjoying the show. Now I appreciate the value behind the rule “No Pictures/Videos Allowed” in some shows.
definitely one of the best things I’ve experienced in Singapore! ♥
my first shot at InDesign and i am never cramming an InDesign project overnight again! cost me a night’s sleep :( we were supposed to create 2-page poster of a ‘secret garden’. i don’t know why this is called a poster though, this is supposed to be a magazine spread. photographed this garden last year during my semester abroad in korea. the name was made up by me haha.