Friday, 21 January 2011

Scenic Weekend: Singapore at Night



View from our hotel in Singapore last year at Night.

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12 Feedback Comments:

Isabel said...

Wonderfull!

casseydab said...

beautiful...

Jane said...

Thanks Isabel and Casey, glad you liked it, I did two on Night Landscape and sveral on Automatic, this was one of the Auto shots.

Thanks for visiting:)

xinex said...

What a lovely view!...Christine

Rosemarie said...

Great photo! Reminds me of my trip to Singapore - unforgettable city.

Jane said...

@ Rosemarie: Yes I loved Singapore, it was the first time I had been there and yes an amazing city and very tropical.

@ xinex: I know, I think our hotel was in the best part of the city, we were opposite The Raffles hotel also.

Kerri said...

This is GORGEOUS!

EG Wow said...

It looks like one of those cities that never sleeps. :)

Travel-Junkie said...

Night lights shot always makes me happy! I love them!
What camera did you use for this shot?
And which hotel was this taken from?

Jan said...

Magnificient view that you have captured.
Would have bee a great holiday.

Jan,Australia

Jane said...

@ EG: Yes I think its always on the move, like Hong Kong, its busy but you don't notice it. The days are short because of being so close to the Equator and you get tropical downpours but its a great city with nice people.

@ Travel-Junkie: My sister and I were staying at the Fairmont Hotel which was a great hotel and very comfortable beds too with those mattresses you just sink into, which is very welcome after a long haul flight. I always use my Coolpix these days, I don't use the Canon anymore. I have a bendy tripod now, so I should be able to do some more landscape day or night if I have a railing or fence to wind it around. Thanks for enjoying the photo:D I like night shots too, especially cities.

@ Jan: Yes it was great, interesting to get both Singapore and Hong Kong in too as we did both, although the weather wasn't so good in HK this time as we had caught the edge of a storm in China but it was still just as interesting in the rain.
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John S. Mead said...

Thanks for sharing ...I've never been there but am interested in visiting!