Parkview Square , Singapore. This is a very interesting but complicated building to shoot and believe me, I have tons and tons of photo of this building. I have posted this building on the now defunct Photoblog and also on Facebook. I am never satisfied with my shots and still searching for the ‘PERFECT’ one!. Because of its futuristic-like architect, I thought it would be fun processing in HDR, of which I am still learning and playing around.
“Clandestini”, a bronze installation by Roberto Barni. A large “cage”, an enclosure that delimits an empty space, outside four life-sized figures contemplating that space
The photo below is the odd one out. It was NOT shot in Singapore. I like it as it show the difference in the wealth spectrum but then again, what do I really know ? The house below was definitely left in ruins but at the same time, there were renovations going on in other houses on the same street. What was that quote, something like ‘All that glitters is not gold’ …
My thoughts: What could be nice and beautiful on the outside but on careful examinations, things are actually falling apart; whileas things that look and or run-down, there could be potential and good vibes!
Edit – There is no political statement or reflection in my post. This is just simply photography 🙂