No water, no life. No blue, no green. - Sylvia Earles
I still remember the exact feeling I felt when I saw this view upon reaching Bedok reservoir. I was blown away by the serenity and was taking it all in with a smile on my face. Nature has that effect on me. My first visit was definitely memorable.
📍Bedok Reservoir, Singapore
I was struck by the colors of everyday common objects and decided to start a journey of capturing those things. To see something everyday we become blind to the beauty and style before us. This is the first in the “Common Object” series. This was two large colorful mugs on contrasting color poster board. Edits made in the DistressedFX app.
Only 2 % of the worlds population has naturally occurring green eyes and my son is one of those fortunate few. A recent photo of the day prompt “Eyes” challenged me to find a creative way to show off his emerald peepers and using the leaves to frame it brought out the beautiful green color.
This is a big, bleak, brown city civic center. I am often drawn to angles and geometry when I take photos so when I saw this section of the building, I knew I could do something interesting with it. I waited a long, long time for something to happen and almost gave up until I heard the sound of skateboard wheels come from up the street. The kid saw me stand up off the park bench across the road and enthusiastically posed as he skated on by.
The local science museum recently hosted a travelling exhibit called “Luminarium”. Created by Alan Parkinson, Founder of Architects of Air, Luminarium is an 11,000 square-foot inflatable structure with 21 rooms, filled with vivid colours that reflect the sun’s natural light off curved walls all within a labyrinth of tunnels. The exhibit provided so many incredible photo opportunities it was hard to choose just 1 to submit.