Continued from here...
So we continued walking throughout the night while feasting our eyes on colourful Singapore skyline.
|1. Capturing night scene without a tripod is challenging because even in idle mode, our body is still shaky *due to breathing process and heart pumping blood. So this is considered my best shots. Will come back with a tripod soon.|
|2. The Marina Bay Sand. Can you see those white floating things on the water? I was not sure what were those but just for information, that night was Christmas eve.|
|3. This time I used the railing to support my hands, but still shaky.|
|4. This cute hanging things are hanged at the decorative pole along the pedestrian walkway.|
Those who wish to write a Christmas wish on them are welcomed to do so.
|5. Another shot. As you can see, the wet road reflects the colourful lights beautifully, thanks to the rainy day (and night).|
|6. We are heading towards the pedestrian bridge, going to the Marina Bay Sands|
|7. It's quite difficult to get a sharp image of the pedestrian bridge because it is shaking itself due to movements of people walking on it.|
|8. The river underneath is clean and plantations at the riverbank makes it pleasant to look at.|
|9. Very well planned.|
|10. As soon as we arrived at the end of the bridge, it was raining again so we got into the shopping mall and witnessed that there were still so many people doing last minute shopping for Christmas!|
|11. And then we went out again to avoid the crowd. See those Royal Palms with those in-ground lightings?|
|12. And found this elephant. I purposely snapped this one because of the number.|
|13. And got in again. Yes, It was raining again.|
Can you see Jimmy Choo boutique over there?
|14. And finally almost came to the end of journey of day 1.|
...to be continued...
~End of Part 2~