26 Things - The International Scavenger Hunt, Round 2
I found this round more challenging than last time
partly because I think the picture titles are more challenging, and partly because I found it
hard to take pictures during the daylight hours while going to work every day.
As a result, most
of the pictures were taken either a) at home b) on the way to or from work c) on the weekend
when we were at the shops, at church, in the pub or out getting some exercise.
In that way, these photos are fairly
representative of my life at the moment - throw in a couple of photos of me sitting at the computer,
and the spectrum of my activities would be complete. Heh.
of Mark's eye
HDB (Housing Development Board) block of flats, a familiar sight throughout
MRT train pulling out of Ang Mo Kio station.
St. George's Church, Singapore.
St George's was built in 1911. That's pretty old. Older than me, my parents, and my
Stained glass windows,
depicting the Trinity.
Late afternoon sunlight, casting shadows on the pews.
Guitar. Rock on.
Chinese culture believes that koi are lucky animals. To me, they seem more
like greedy, overgrown, expensive goldfish. To each their own, I suppose.
Well, not quite famous...infamous, perhaps. Whenever I wear this t-shirt
out, we seem to end up on a bender. I'm gonna live forever, I'm gonna learn how to fly!
Me and Karen, tearing up the dance floor. We had plenty of energy that
to drink. I feel it coming together, people will see me and cry!
A wire statue outside the Asian Civilisations Museum points up at one of the skyscrapers along
the road behind Boat Quay.
Light. Stopped at
the corner of Ulu Pandan and Clementi Road.
Moussaka - layers of aubergine (eggplant) and minced beef cooked in tomato based sauce with chopped onions and garlic,
topped off with cheese and then baked in the oven.
Knives, on a chopping board.
Swing low, sweet chariot!
OK, I didn't take this picture myself, but England's Rugby squad are definitely the team of the moment!
Me and Mark, reflected in a traffic mirror whilst crossing a road bridge as part of our hike from
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve through to Macritchie Nature Reserve.
Which way to go? Signpost on the path to Macritchie nature reserve.
Giant SingTel satellite dishes, along the BKE. They look overgrown and rather
sinister to me.
: Don't mess with the Singapore Army.
Beware of crocodiles. Beware of Steve Irwin?
toy? This is
George. He's a bit too old to be called a toy these days. He prefers 'companion'. He thinks that is more
dignified for a bear of his stature.
on a Sunday afternoon in Plaza
Singapura. Shopping malls like this are what make people hate Christmas shopping. We only went in
to get tickets for the upcoming release of Lord Of The Rings: Return of The King...
Sign on a music shop, announcing it's Year End Sale. Until the next time...
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