Weekly Photo Challenge: Circle

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Singapore Flyer

I just realize that I have never posted any photos of my home country Singapore! I am back to visit my family and this was taken during Christmas 2015.

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31 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Circle

  1. Mabel Kwong

    Stunning. Blue hour shot. My favourite hour to shoot long exposures. Hope you had a good time in Singapore, Jeremy. Looking forward to more shots from you this coming year 🙂

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    1. Jeremy Post author

      Hi Mabel, your comment went to the spam inbox indeed. From now onward, I’ll make sure to check the spam folder regularly because I always look forward to your comment. I hope WP will fix it for you soon. Best wishes for the new year 🙂

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      1. Mabel Kwong

        Don’t worry about that, Jeremy. Seems like WP has got it sorted, and I hope it doesn’t happen again. Thanks for the concern, and good luck on all fronts this year 🙂

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    1. Jeremy Post author

      Hi Amy. Seems that you notice my absence?! Too much work during December, too busy to even post once a week, but I always find time to read others’ blogs though … including yours, of course 🙂

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    1. Jeremy Post author

      I would consider it as a short but interesting experience of the daily life over there. Certainly very different from a tourist experience. I was kind of surprised that most locals do not speak English, so getting around or even ordering food was quite challenging. Shocked by the chaotic traffic in Delhi, although I’m not negative about it. Anyway, I’m going there again in a few days time, for a couple of months and I’ll see more 🙂

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      1. Kat

        I agree, most locals don’t speak English, so getting around or ordering food can be challenging. As for the traffic, hahah, it’s the organised chaos! I’m glad that you were open minded about your first experience there. Some people cannot handle the experience of India.

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    1. Jeremy Post author

      Thanks, Kally. I’m glad you leave a comment because it makes me realize that I must have accidentally unfollowed (by toggling the Follow button) your blog a while back. I follow again and now I got to browse those posts that I have missed 😛

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