Friday, March 26, 2010


We have been coming to Singapore for years, and it's become like a second home for us.  We feel very much family with our church, our friends, and the wonderful rhythm of this garden city.  And did I mention the shopping and the food?  Walawe!

Yesterday, my friend Karla and I went out for a photo play day!  We stopped in the shops across the road from where we're staying. some were ethnic, some a bit quirky, all were interesting.

We paid a brief visit to the mosque.  The weight of the robes and head coverings, not to mention our personal convictions, kept us moving on.

Here's Karla in her "gear".

And then we made a quick stop in Little India.  

A quick MRT subway ride, and we were in Chinatown! Red lanterns, Chinese chess being played in the square, menacing looking creatures on the red-doored Buddhist temples.  Such a microcosm of Asia in this fabulous city!

At the end of the day, we went to the Marine Barrage to photograph this most modern city skyline.  Thanks, Karla, for joining me on this fun day!

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