City of colour

Here’s a collection of shots from the last fortnight:

Flower ‘mala’ necklaces in Little India

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Rainbow shutters on the Ministry of Information, Communication and the Arts, Clarke Quay

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Grapefruit, watermelon and green tea breakfast

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Traditional architecture near Chinatown

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Sunset at Sentosa Island beach

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Two hungry chicks waiting to be fed

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Park Royal Tower, with 15,000 sq meters of green space

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Larry, the pink gecko who lives in our bathroom

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First taste of mangosteen

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. Gator Woman says:

    What a great journey you are on, please enjoy it for me as well?
    Love your pictures, especially the gecko~

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    1. Thanks Gator woman! The geckos are everywhere but deceptively fast & difficult to photograph! Out of immense curiosity, how did you get your nickname?

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  2. Gator Woman says:

    How this Blog got its name is a fairly long, not especially interesting story, that has been asked quite frequently, so I finally put a reply up here:
    http://walkingwiththealligators.wordpress.com/2013/04/10/nuisance-people/
    Please DO NOT think the title of the page reflects my feelings toward you or any of my followers~
    And BTW, my name is Donna.
    The name “Gator Woman” was originally for a small, free web site that I made for my Mother in 2000 because she loved the UF Gators and wore shoes with a little Gator on them~
    After we moved down here permanently, I bought the domain name and greatly expanded on the version of the little one I had made for her years ago: http://www.gator-woman.com

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    1. Thanks for the link & sounds like you had a lucky escape in your first encounter. That seems to be the theme of today – I’ve just posted a blog about holding a deadly creature in Australia!

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