Flickr member Peter Stewart posted this fantastic image of a wall of apartments in Queenstown, Singapore.
Check out Peter’s Flickr album: Stacked II – Architecture of Singapore. Brilliant work.
The image is great in many ways, one of which is that it is taken at dusk which gives it the same kind of feel as many of the aerial shots of Berlin in the the first few Bourne movies. There’s something about city shots at dusk that creates an ominous mood, something is about to happen…
My flickr contact Teo Choong Ching Photography took this great street shadow shot in Singapore with a Ricoh GR.
My flickr contact Lars Jeppesen took this great night shot of Marina bay, Singapore with his Leica Q.
The Leica Q is a new, full frame, fixed lens 28mm camera that has me drooling. It’s on my B&H Photo wish list but I doubt I’ll ever pull the trigger. $4250 is quite a bit of money for any camera, let alone one with a fixed lens (even if said lens is a Leica 28mm f/1.7 on a full frame body).
Flickr member John Sonderman posted this great wide angle shot of the Supertree Grove in the Gardens by the Bay in Singapore with his Sony RX100 III.
My flickr contact Presence Inc posted this clean and dramatically lit image of a pedestrian bridge in Singapore taken with his Sony RX100 III.
My flickr contact Aural Asia posted this fantastic shot of a woman getting on a double decker bus in Singapore taken with a Leica T. Brilliant composition, reflection, treatment, details, the works.
My flickr contact Aural Asia caught a man tending songbirds in cages on a corner in Singapore.
My flickr contact Aural Asia posted this most amazing image of a man reading a newspaper in Singapore. I thought for sure he was a statue from the thumbnail.
My flickr contact Darek Meyer is posting some great stuff, this one at night in a fountain in Singapore taken with his Ricoh GR.
My Flickr contact Darek Meyer took this fascinating interior image in Singapore with his Ricoh GR.