The lotus-inspired ArtScience Museum and the crescent moon seem to complement each another. My response to Weekly Photo Challenge: Curve
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.
In response to Weekly Photo Challenge: Circle
The Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) is a landmark in Seoul, South Korea. The futuristic design provides multiple perspective points … offering plenty of photo opportunities from different angles.
The building features a shapely facade made up of aluminium panels of varying sizes and curvatures. Not everyone will appreciate this modern masterpiece, but I am certainly a huge fan.
From this angle, it looks as if a massive alien mothership has just landed.
It beckoned me to come back again in the morning for more shots!
My response to Weekly Photo Challenge: From Every Angle
Wooden inns along the Ginzan River, Japan. This is the place that inspired Hayao Miyazaki (宮崎 駿) in making the Academy Award-winning animated film “Spirited Away”. There is a nostalgic charm and it is magical at night, especially when it is snowing.
My response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Inspiration … it doesn’t have to be my inspiration, does it?
I think there are plenty of “rainbow bridges” around the world and I have seen quite a few already. This one is the Rainbow Bridge in Taipei City (Taiwan). Hopefully, it is good enough for Weekly Photo Challenge: ROY G. BIV … all the colors are present 🙂
Sleepless in Tokyo … neon lights, vibrant colors, bustling streets. This is my response to Weekly Photo Challenge: Vivid
Barcelona offers a wide variety of colorful and intricate architecture created by Antoni Gaudí. Here is a relatively rare shot of the facade of Casa Batlló at night. This is my submission for Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate
Capturing the motion of the floating lanterns at Pingxi, Taiwan. And can you see that panda lantern in the background? It was super clumsy as it rose slower than the rest 🙂
This is my response to Weekly Photo Challenge: Motion